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Girls' Night In Club

Reimagining how women take care ✨

The mission at Girls’ Night In is to help women relax, recharge, and cultivate more meaningful community in an increasingly lonely and stressful world.

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Girlboss

A new media site for woman, from Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss is a community of strong, curious, and ambitious women redefining success on our own terms. We hope to inform, entertain, and inspire action through the content and experiences we create. We are unapologetic in our beliefs and values of supporting girls and women who are chasing dreams both big and small in a shame-free, lame-free zone.

Forbes
Less than a year after her first high-profile company filed for bankruptcy, Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso has raised $1.2 million to grow a media brand named after her bestselling 2014 memoir. Facebook alumni fund Slow Ventures led the Girlboss Media seed round, with participation from BAM Ventures, Human Ventures, and a handful of angel investors.
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Glossier

The new beauty essentials: easy-to-use skincare and makeup

Glossier is an online-only beauty startup with a fanatical following. They're creating the new beauty essentials: easy-to-use skincare and makeup that form the backbone to your routine.

Nick Abouzeid- Words at Product Hunt ✌️
Glossier's dominance is undisputed: haven't seen this level of fanaticism about a company since we all lined up for iPhones years ago 😂 Well-designed and formulated skincare products for men and women, all perfectly packaged with #glossierpink bubble mailers, stickers, and postcards. Their branding is seriously impressive.
Otis Skincare- Founder, Otis Skincare
Love their range of products!!
Forbes
Share to email Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Share to google Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Millennial-favorite beauty brand Glossier is about to make a whole lot more "meaningful connections." The New York-based startup announced today that the direct-to-consumer beauty brand received $52 million in a Series … See more
CNNMoney
Emily Weiss, the 32-year-old founder and CEO of Glossier, isn't relying on celebrity endorsements to get her product out there. Instead she's harnessing the power of social media and encouraging customers to share their thoughts and experiences.
HOLA
Glossier, the makeup brand aimed at millennial women has launched a brand new café in San Francisco. The space is catered for customers who want to get food, drink and splurge on beauty products. But will they open one in the UK?
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Betches

The female millennial whisperers

We’re the website, Instagram, store, books, everything that young females go to experience the thoughts that run through their heads, but are too afraid or uncomfortable, to say out loud. We don’t like the term mean girls, we prefer brutally honest and self-aware young women. If that’s the kind of empowerment you like, then welcome to Betches.

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