I have a soft spot for indie beauty brands. The really good ones are redefining the industry, creating products whose quality blows the big labels out of the water. They’re concepted with care and determination, and a commitment to good-for-you ingredients. Getting to know these fledgling lines requires a bit of extra work on our part. Their budgets are smaller, their websites are simpler, and their products are harder to find. And yet they usually outshine the majority of what’s crowding my inbox and beauty closet. Read more...