Women’s apparel has been the subject of a number of name changes over the past few years, but a new cosmetics company is hoping to change that trend with a new name for the cosmetics it produces.
The company, called Beauty Beauty, is based in San Francisco, and is making a name for itself in the beauty world by offering women’s clothes made from the skin of animals.
The company is named after the company’s founder, Sarah Kinsley, a California native and fashion designer who created the brand in 2012.
The brand is named for a female bird that has a white patch on its neck, and the word “beauty” is often used in the name.
The new name, which Beauty unveiled today, is a nod to the birds that are used in its products, which are made from ingredients including beeswax, aloe vera, coconut oil, silkworm silk, coconut shells and other ingredients.
The products have been featured on beauty shows, including the Ellen DeGeneres Show and The View.
The brand says it has sold more than 100 million bottles of its products since it launched in 2012, and its aim is to produce 100 million products by 2021.
The new name was inspired by the fact that the birds are used to make products like cosmetics.
“The word ‘beauty’ is a word that has been in our DNA from the very beginning, and we are thrilled to be able to introduce Beauty to a new generation of women with our products,” said Beauty founder and CEO Sarah Kicks.
The Beauty brand is available at a number for women’s and men’s beauty and fashion, as well as at fashion retailers including Nordstrom, Urban Outfitters, Forever 21, Foot Locker and Bloomingdale’s.
The move comes as Beauty is looking to expand its global sales.
It recently announced that it had acquired a stake in online beauty retailer, Beauty.com.
The deal was finalized this week.
Kinsley said the name change will help the brand differentiate itself from other brands that use animals.
“We know that the word beauty is a very powerful word in our industry, and Beauty will continue to use it to define our brand,” she said.