The Women Behind Top K-Beauty Site Soko Glam Founder Launched Her Own Skin Care Line
6 monthes ago - By Style Caster
Charlotte Cho, esthetician, author and founder of K-beauty curator, Soko Glam , has launched a direct-to-consumer, skincare line called “Then I Met You.” We know what you're thinking: aren't there already enough K-beauty products out there? Well, what makes this one particular special is its inspiration, the Korean concept “jeong.”
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Then I Met You
“Jeong, a concept I learned while living in Korea, is a deep emotional bond to the people, places and things that matter most. That is only cultivated by taking time to develop...
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Nine Zero One Founders to Launch a Hair-Care Line: Exclusive | Allure
6 monthes ago - By Allure
Nine Zero One Salon founders Nikki Lee and Riawna Capri launch In Common, a new hair-care brand aimed at addressing those essential needs for all hair types.
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