Morning Makeup Routine For Traveling

There are times when you need to cut something, or you might want to see how strong a knife really is against some objects around the house. Wengie uses a 1,000-degree glowing knife when she cuts various items. One of the first things that she cuts is a Coca-Cola bottle that she shook up so that it has a lot of bubbles inside. She stands the bottle on a table and heats a knife until it’s so hot that it glows. As the knife cuts through the bottle, the drink sprays everywhere. The drink cleaned the knife as Wengie cut through.

 

The second object is a candy surprise egg. The chocolate melts, but it’s hard to get through the aluminum foil on the outside. The plastic egg inside is melted, and the surprise is a bit damaged from the heat of the knife. She tries to cut through an egg, but it doesn’t work. The egg rolls off of the table and cracks. However, when she uses the knife to go through the inside of the egg, the egg begins to fry on the knife. A Nutella container gets the knife as well. It easily goes through the container, and the chocolate begins to melt on contact with the knife. The chocolate almost burns against the heat that is used. It’s a mess on the table. Other objects that Wengie cuts through include crayons, stuffed animals and even a roll of toilet paper, but the toilet paper burns where the knife is being used and isn’t easy to cut.

 

 

Fabletics and reverse showroom techniques brings Kate Hudson success

To guarantee success, brands such as Fabletics brings price and quality to the forefront for shoppers online and in the retail stores. It hits both types of shoppers. Where they’ll have success online because of added coupon codes and promotional deals while at the same time forming a relative shopper-to-brand relationship before they even “enter” the department stores where Fabletics is sold at. It’s obviously worked with Kate Hudson’s brand since it’s opening more than 100 stores nationwide. In addition to Fabletics’ success, it’s grown into a $250 million active-wear business in less than 3 years. (There’s already 16 open in California, Florida, Illinois, and Hawaii.) (Forbes: 2016)

Fabletics, more than a pretty face, it’s the brand

With an inspiring brand such as Fabletics, memberships rise to the top because of the convenient online shopping experience. They’ve also received the pre-advertising experience by seeing Hudson’s face tied-into the active-wear because of banners and branding ads that have been colorfully displayed all across major search engines.

In other words, most online shoppers have gotten exposed with the brand, Fabletics. Couple that with a bright happy face known in the entertainment business can bring in more product value than a paid-model wearing the product on an advertisement commercial or public spread from a paid ad agency. A quality-driven product will have customers wanting this even more so.

Fabletics; success using the reverse showroom technique

Success with brand recognition is almost always going to win-over customers. Whether their online or in the stores, they’ve relatively received enough high exposure through the online brand store. This is what Fabletics has done for it’s customers. Some of the elements with reverse showroom techniques begin with the following success with eCommerce marketing. For half the cost, Fabletics builds on high value branding. The membership module offers personalized and trending active-wear that’s both fashionable and treatable to it’s customers.

Encouraging reverse showrooming”

So much for “window shopping” because it’s “reverse showrooming” that’s making this particular women’s sportswear and accessories (aka “athleisure”) build it’s customer base. In other words, Hudson didn’t start off with the typical “pop-up store route.”

She built her multi-million empire by building relationships first. Through marketing by way of events and activities such as coming out on talk shows such as Ellen DeGeneres, Hudson found a way to advertise before hitting the online and retail stores. In addition, she “doubled down” when she borrowed strategies from Apple and Warby Parker whom coined “the starting online then store later” strategy. The term reverse showrooming stems from their strategy.

Giving people an advantage without being forced to buy while in the stores is part of the strategy of reverse showrooming. This adds up to 30-50% of shoppers becoming members before even stepping into the stores. The main element is becoming members by relating to the product or brand before shopping at retailers. The online experience seems to be a great way to market brands firsthand. Thus, 25% of the customer base become members in the stores with reverse showrooming.

Finally, the old fashion window-shopping is literally “out the window.” So, buying elsewhere at cheaper prices is also out. Shopping carts, whether the product is physically, or virtually, in the carts gives customers of Fabletics the chance to relate to the product or brand first. Consequently, bringing a great shopping experience for those who become attracted to the reverse showrooming experience.

Model Naomi Campbell Continues to Inspire and Impress

Naomi Campbell is one of the most prominent names and one of the most recognizable faces in the modeling industry. She first rose to the top of the industry in the 1980’s and became one of the first five supermodels and is still one of the only black supermodels. Although the height of her career was during the 80’s and 90’s Naomi Campell still manages to to inspire and impress people around the world today. She is a great fashion icon, and stars still channel her style and spirit to this day.

She has inspired countless stars and has encourage many young women to become models. Not only through her style and through her ablity to model and turn heads, but through her television show. She has helped young models to get a head start in the industry with her popular reality show, The Face, as well as through appearances on America’s Top Model.

Although she no longer appears as a supermodel, she is still in high demand. She has continued her print modeling career, and still occasionally appears on the catwalk, where she is revered for her signature style and sexy look. She also continues to inspire stars. Recently Jennifer Hudson, known for her appearance on American Idol and her work in Dreamgirls, was recently seen chaneling Campbell’s sense of style.

Campbell first rose to fame after she appeared in Bob Marley’s video “This is Love” in 1978, at the age of 7 . Born in England, she has spent her career traveling the globe and modeling for various designers, magazines, and international fashion shows. She was the first black model to appear on the cover of time magazine, and has model for all of the top designers and brands, including Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Jacobs, and Louis Vatton. She has also appeared on the cover of French Vogue, and was the first black model to do so She has appeared in countless tv shows as an actress, including the Cosby Show, and the Fresh Prince of Bel Air . She has also enjoyed some success in her career as a raegge singer.

Additional Links on Naomi:

http://www.naomicampbell.com/

http://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/leonardo-dicaprios-gala-raises-45-8464981