Everyday Cosemeticss: A Look Into The Brand


evclineMeet Sarah Bakare, the founder of the signature pink brand, Everyday Cosmeticss, a beauty wholesale e-commerce. We sat down together to discuss all things business, beauty, and best sellers.line

Created January 2020, Everyday Cosmeticss started as just an idea but soon developed into a quickly growing online presence. Sarah noted that brand development and business growth was partly a result of the worldwide pandemic and the pressures of the lockdown. It was during the lockdown that Sarah had initially decided to put a hold on all orders, feeling the strain of COVID-19 on the business.

After various conversations and brainstorms, Sarah decided to make Everyday Cosmeticss work regardless, pushing her business down a new direction. Through launching a beauty giveaway, specifically for NHS workers on Instagram, Everyday Cosmeticss was able to start giving back to those in need, in a creative way, gaining further traction and building up more resilience.

Sarah has since been able to use Everyday Cosmeticss to offer a bespoke and quirky shopping service, providing a personalised customer experience, featuring all of our favourite beauty brands!

Here are their top five best sellers:

 The Ordinary AHA 3O% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution 30ml

The Ordinary AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution 30ml

NARS Cosmetics Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation

NARS Cosmetics Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation (Various Shades)

Lancome Teint Idole Ultra Wear Foundation 

Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra Wear Foundation 30ml (Various Shades)

 KIKO MILANO 3D Hydra Lipgloss

KIKO MILANO 3D Hydra Lipgloss (Various Shades)

Fenty Beauty Pro Filtr Soft Matte Longwear Foundation

Fenty Beauty PRO FILT'R Soft Matte Longwear Foundation (Various Shades)Head over to https://www.everydaycosmeticss.co.uk/ to shop their full range and check them out on Instagram for new arrivals!

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