Doing make up at home by yourself or paying for a make up artist? That is something a bride needs to sort it out quickly because sometimes, the make up artist you like can be busy on your wedding day or even be out for a holiday… who knows? But most of the brides in England prefer to do a make up by themselves. Some brides don’t mind to use their day by day make up, no problems, but others prefer to buy new products for their special day.
As we said in another article here, a good night sleep is essential and sure, beauty products for your skin to wake up gorgeous without looking tired or looking like you are hungover.
If you want to buy a new skincare product or a make up for you day and you don’t have enough money because you have spent a lot already to make everything perfect on your wedding day, don’t worry.
Actually, you don’t need to spend lots of money on a expensive make up or skincare…. there are few corporations on the market that own multiple brands, so, to save money, they often put similar ingredients in their products and sure, the most expensive cost more because of non-active ingredients as scent, texture, colour, advertise, blabla….
Our tip: always compare ingredients of a luxury product with those less expensive.
Here are a list of some companies that owns different brands for you to have an idea:
Shiseido owns: Clé de Peau (CDP), Dicila, Ipsa, Ettusais, Bare Escentuals, Carita, Decleor, Joico, Ayura, Asplir, DeLuxe, Selfit, Whitia, Pure & Mild, Kesho Wakusei, Yuxia, 5S, NARS, Maquillage, Aupres, JS, Za, UNO, Jean Paul Gaultier cosmetics, Senscience and Issey Miyak;
KAO owns: Ban, Bioré, Curél, Guhl, Jergens and John Frieda;
Estee Lauder: American Beauty, Aramis, Aveda, Bobbi Brown, Bumble and Bumble, Clinique, Coach, Daisy Fuentes, Darphin, Donna Karan, Estee Lauder, Eyes by Design, Flirt!, Good Skin, Grassroots, Jo Malone, Kitten, Lab Series Skincare for men, Creme de La Mer, MAC, Michael Kors, Missoni, Mustang, Ojon, Origins, Prescriptives, Sean John Fragrances, Tom Ford Beauty and Tommy Hilfiger;
LVMH (Louis Vuitton-Moet Hennessy): Dior, Benefit, Fresh, Acqua di Parma, Givenchy, Make up for ever, Guerlain, Kenzo and Sephora;
L’Oreal (partly owned by Nestle): All L’Oreal brands, Lancôme, The Body Shop, Maybelline, Biotherm, Kiehl’s, Shu Uemura, Cacharel, Inneov, BioMedic, CCB Paris, Giorgio Armani, Helena Rubinstein, Dermablend, SkinCeuticals, Vichy Laboratoires, Kérastase, Redken, , Garnier, YSL and Softsheen-Carson;
Coty owns: Rimmel London, Lancaster, Davidoff, Jil Sander, Calvin Klein and more brands of perfume as Sarah Jessica Parker, Marc Jacobs, Chloe, Jennifer Lopez, Kylie and the Beckham’s scents;
Procter and Gamble: Noxzema, Aussie, DDF, Zest, Max Factor, Covergirl, Old Spice, Secret, Wella (Sebastian Professional), Clairol, SK II, Olay , Braun, Gillette, Head and Shoulders, Herbal Essences, Pantene, Infusium 23 and numerous other fragrances as also Valentino, Dolce Gabanna and Hugo Boss;
Unilever: Dove, Lynx/Axe, Impulse, Lux, Ponds, Sunsilk, Vaseline, Caress, Pears Transparent Soap, Sure, St Ives, Thermasilk, Tony & Guy, TRESemmé, Vaseline body lotion, Lever 2000 and VO5;
Revlon: Revlon, Almay, Ultima 2;
Elizabeth Arden: Britney Spears, Hilary Duff and many other fragrances;
Alliance Boots: Boots, Toni and Guy (products only), Kangol (products only), French Connection (products only) , Botanics, No 7, Soltan and 17;
Johnson and Johnson: Ambi skincare, Aveeno, Clean and Clear, Johnsons, Lubriderm, Neutrogena, Purpose, Piz Buin, RoC, Rogaine, Shower to shower and Vendome;
Beiersdorf owns: Nivea, La Prairie, Eucerin, and Juvena;
Clarins: Thierry Mugler, Azzaro.