Nomsa Maseko talks to make-up entrepreneur Bobbi Brown about starting out in 1980s New York and her three-decade career developing the clean, polished look she is famous for.
Nomsa Maseko talks to make-up entrepreneur Bobbi Brown about starting out in 1980s New York and her three-decade career.
When Bobbi Brown started her career in 1980s New York, the blond Scandinavian look was in fashion, but she was disappointed at what was available to women who looked like her. She started her company with a small collection of lipsticks, and with a career spanning three decades, she's become synonomous with the clean polished look loved by women all over the world. Here, she discusses building a successful business and encouraging inclusiveness in an exclusive industry.
Image: Bobbi Brown backstage at the Rachel Roy Spring 2012 presentation in New York. (Photo by Earl Gibson III/Getty Images)
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