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Minimalism had its moment, IL MAKIAGE believes that moment is over

Friday, June 1, 2018

Minimalism had its moment. IL MAKIAGE believes that moment is over.

Minimalism had its moment. IL MAKIAGE believes that moment is over.

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Source : IL MAKIAGE

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Today, IL MAKIAGE is launching and speaking to "high maintenance" women everywhere. What was once a derogatory term now evokes an image of women who know what they want, and is reflective of a maximalist movement that goes far beyond makeup.

The new, unapologetic brand was fed up with the idea that the "cool girl" had to be a cute, hilarious guy's girl and above all, fulfill someone else's minimalistic view of beauty.

Instead, IL MAKIAGE speaks directly to the confident, successful women who are equal parts swagger and substance. Those with a "don't give a f*ck" attitude, who never apologize for being a woman.

According to Oran Holtzman, the company's Co-Founder and CEO, "the brand's distinctive DNA and "100% High Maintenance" message is not about wealth, possessions, or putting anyone else down, but rather about celebrating the powerful, intelligent, strong, driven women who know exactly what they're worth, and demand to be treated accordingly. We spent the last five years developing products that would live up to her high standards."

Together with millions of women, IL MAKIAGE is pushing back on the minimalism trend of recent years, with a message that says being a bold makeup lover and feminist are not mutually exclusive.

In June, IL MAKIAGE will unveil its MAXIMALIST MAKEUP line with the 100% High Maintenance campaign that aims to provoke and stop people in their tracks. Billboards with bold imagery and even stronger headlines will embody the brand's daring, sarcastic, cheeky tone and take over New York City.





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