With New York Fashion week on us, it’s usually unavoidable that many women will be focused on fashion, beauty trends, makeup, and skincare products. If you’re not in a industry, mostly there is small suspicion behind a story of a brand. As women, we mostly select a beauty products formed on packaging, word of mouth, comfortability, or need.
The Lip Bar, a non–toxic, vegan and cruelty giveaway line of colorful lipsticks, was innate out of New York City by Founder and CEO Melissa Butler. Melissa had a career in finance, before creation a jump to launch her lipstick line. A few years in as an entrepreneur, Melissa was featured on Shark Tank where a sharks challenged her business model.
According to a new article in Forbes, “the $445 billion beauty attention has turn a bullion mind for self-made women,” and this self-made lady is figure a cut out of a beauty attention during a right time. Melissa has grown her income to scarcely half a million dollars, while progressing a code fueled by a corporate, socially obliged culture.
Melissa has an untraditional story that led her to emanate a marketplace in a beauty industry, though grave credentials in this industry.
I sat down with Melissa to hear some-more about her tour from financial to a beauty, lessons schooled along a way, and recommendation she would give to other women entrepreneurs.
Lauren Wesley Wilson: When and because was The Lip Bar created?
Melissa Butler: In 2012, we was operative on Wall Street. we was totally unfulfilled, unsatisfied, un-everything. we motionless that instead of angry about it I’d change my path.
I’ve always desired lipstick. Lipstick is delicate and absolute and with one stroke, it can totally renovate your mood. we was also looking for lipstick products that weren’t chemically laden. we beheld that it was easier to find healthy hair and skin caring alternatives, though a collection of healthy mouth colors were honestly only boring.