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Birchbox Brings Back CEW Winners

August 13, 2014

Two new boxes highlight mass and prestige brands.

Birchbox, the leading discovery commerce company changing the way consumers shop for beauty, grooming, and lifestyle products on and offline, has partnered with Cosmetic Executive Women (CEW), the pre-eminent professional organization for beauty executives, to create two Limited Edition Boxes featuring finalists and winners chosen from the 2014 Insiders’ Choice Beauty Awards.

This is the second year that Birchbox and CEW have partnered to provide these special limited edition boxes to beauty consumers. Launching exclusively on Birchbox.com now, the Limited Edition: Mass Appeal box contains a selection of finalists and winners from the mass market, while the Limited Edition: Prestige Headliners features product finalists and winners from the prestige category. Chosen by more than 6,000 industry professionals, these represent the years best and brightest in beauty innovation.
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