All-natural beauty brand seeks empowering stories from women across
the country to name their new lip gloss collection which will go on sale
National Lipstick Day
KENNEBUNK, Maine–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/lessismore?src=hash” target=”_blank”gt;#lessismorelt;/agt;–Organic, natural beauty brand, SaltyGirl
Beauty, announced a national contest to have the company’s first
collection of lips glosses named after inspiring women from across the
country. Every cosmetic in the SaltyGirl Beauty repertoire is currently
named after a woman who has personally impacted the sister co-founders,
Sarah Kelly and Leah Robert. The “Lip
Gloss Heroes” contest embodies the spirit of women supporting each
other through nominations that share the triumphs of others, which is
why Galentine’s Day is a natural time to launch the initiative. Six
winners will be selected and have one of the new lip gloss colors named
after them which will be unveiled and available to purchase on National
Lipstick Day, July 29, 2019.
“SaltyGirl Beauty cosmetics are nourishing and feel good, while also
being easy to use, allowing time-starved women the opportunity to feel
beautiful in minutes,” says co-founder Leah Robert. “This contest allows
us to launch our latest collection of quality lip glosses while shining
a light on inspiring journeys from all the goddesses out there and
strengthening relationships within our community.”
Six lip glosses will launch in a variety of colors, retailing for $18.
The formula contains organic shea and cocoa butter to soothe lips and
hydrates with organic jojoba and coconut oils. Every lip gloss is
all-natural, 90% organic, gluten-free, vegan and non-GMO.
The contest is open for those, 18 years and up, in all 50 states and
entries are valid today through February 28, 2019. Official
rules found here
To learn more about SaltyGirl Beauty visit www.SaltyGirlBeauty.com
or follow us on Facebook or Instagram at SaltyGirlBeauty.
About SaltyGirl Beauty
Beauty was created in 2017 by sisters Sarah Kelly and Leah Robert.
After Sarah was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer, the duo realized
there was a lack of healthy, organic and affordable skincare and
cosmetic options available to the everyday consumer. Together they
launched SaltyGirl Beauty to create a brand of beauty products that was
better and also gave 10% of each sale back to families dealing with
cancer through their non-profit Foundation4Love.