JK Jemma Kidd unveils fall 2012 collection at Target
MINNEAPOLIS — Beauty brand JK Jemma Kidd — which was created by makeup artist, product designer and style icon Jemma Kidd — has unveiled its fall 2012 collection that will be available exclusively at Target stores and on Target.com beginning in August.
The fall collection includes:
24/7 Long-Wear Lip Colour ($15 each): This semi-matte lipstick provides rich color payoff and long-lasting results. Macadamia and avocado oils hydrate and condition lips for glide-on application, while vitamins A, C and E nourish and protect.
New shade of Hi-Design Eye Colour ($14): This eye shadow in Fame (aubergine/purple) is the ideal shade to create the perfect smoky eye on any skin tone. For an intensified look that will last all day and night, dampen the makeup brush before application and count on a perfectly blended look that will not crease.
New shades of I-Conic Eyes pencil liner ($14 each): The I-Conic Eyes pencil liner collection has expanded with updated shades to include the fashion-forward Prima Donna (dark purple) and Idol (smoky green). Enriched with jojoba oil for added hydration, these liners glide on smoothly and effortlessly to create a rich look for day or night.
I-Design Mineral Quads ($17 each): Boasting complementary highlight, mid and defining eye shadow shades, the I-Design Mineral Quads are tailored with shadow surface areas weighted by usage. Blend all four colors for a dramatic evening look, or mix and match for a softer style suitable for day. The formula includes minerals gentle enough to use on the delicate eye area.
Instant Lift skin perfecting primer ($24): This ultra-silky smoothing primer helps create a canvas prior to makeup application. The appearance of fine lines and wrinkles diminish with the natural Flash Tensing Agent, which is designed to hydrate, lift and firm skin. Lavender essential oils and antioxidant alpine plant extracts smooth and calm skin, while vitamin B3 restores collagen and reduces redness.
Bi-Lo remodels 13 locations through March, April
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Over the past two months, Bi-Lo has revealed 13 newly updated stores across the Carolinas, with donations of more than $19,000 to community organizations on behalf of Bi-Lo charities, the grocer announced Wednesday.
“Our redesigned stores symbolize what Bi-Lo is all about: quality, freshness and offering shoppers the finest products available, all for a low price," stated Michael Byars, Bi-Lo president.
The enhanced departments and signature food items in the updated stores include the addition of a Gold Star line of meat featuring a selection of locally raised chicken, pork and certified Angus beef, a produce department with an open-market feel and a free Wi-Fi café.
Boldface, Kardashians ink licensing deal for color cosmetics
LOS ANGELES — Boldface Licensing + Branding, a celebrity beauty license company, has announced the launch of its initial license for color cosmetics: Khroma Beauty by Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian.
Khroma Beauty aims to offer products at affordable pricing with how-to insider and behind-the-scenes tips provided by the Kardashians and their make-up artists via Twitter and YouTube.
Boldface founders Nicole Ostoya and Robin Coe-Hutshing, bring expertise in fragrance, color and treatment product development in all channels of distribution from prestige to mass, as well as access to celebrities of all levels. The pair co-founded the design and development firm Gold Grenade in 2010, which focuses on product development and design that has launched two new brands, The New Black and Kissing Elixirs. The brands are sold in Sephora, Nordstrom, Whole Foods, Henri Bendel, Beauty.com, Mecca Cosmetica AU, Beautyhabit, Shoppers Drug, Murale and other stores worldwide.
Boldface intends to expand its licensing to represent a series of relevant celebrities and designers in the categories of beauty, fragrance, cosmetics and home fragrance in multiple channels of distribution.