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Marcia Kilgore was the owner of Bliss Salon in New York City’s Soho district, where her low key facials earned clients like Madonna and Oprah, before launching her iconic range of baby blue bath and body products.
Bliss would eventually be acquired by LVMH for $25M, and after a series of ventures – Soap & Glory, FitFlop, Soaper Duper – Marcia is taking on Big Beauty with a membership-only cosmetics company that promises luxury products at warehouse prices.
In this episode, we break down everything you’d want to know about how a beauty club works, along with details on Beauty Pie’s number one best seller, the JapanFusion Pure Transforming Cleanser (Price tag? $8 bucks.)
Listen in as Marcia reveals why a $100 face cream only costs $5 to make, and we find out whether Beauty Pie really can be considered “luxury.” Have you tried Beauty Pie? And if so, would you ever go back to retail again? We wanna hear from you!
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