The brands that exhibited at Indie Beauty Expo are all on the rise.
18.21 Man Made is a Texas-based business that focuses on male grooming inspired by the prohibition era, according to co-founder Aston LaFon (pictured at left). Its multi-purpose body wash is scented with the aroma of sweet tobacco.
LBK Nail Lacquer features a 7-free, vegan polish formulation and packaging that has a pop-up plastic nail chip so the consumer can “test” the hue on her fingers before purchasing a bottle.
Villa of the Mysteries is a Brooklyn-based perfumery turning out handmade/locally produced fragrances since 2015, according to owner Paula Pulvino (pictured). The company uses organic components and the Italian family’s formulas have been handed down for generations.
Makeup America’s long-wearing nail polish and lipsticks are priced affordably at $13.76, in honor of the 13 original colonies, and $17.76, in honor of the Declaration of Independence. Its motto is “Do Good Look Great”, according to founder Randa Fahmy (pictured).
Everyday For Every Body is a line of Australian-made body care including a “Resting Beach Face” SPF 30 supergreens infused anti-pollution sunscreen serum, among other SKUs.