The Vintage Cosmetic Company
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Full skirts, red lips, perfectly sculpted brows and innocent wide eyes – it's a fashion that perfectly executes the elegance and vintage style of the 1940's and 50's, and one that has remained an obsession for The Vintage Cosmetic Company's managing director, Craig Hubert.
Wanting to inject some Hollywood glamour into the strip lash game, Craig Hubert was inspired to create a range of products that offer something unique to the market – something that pays tribute to the glamour and charm of the 1950's yet serves the everyday beauty needs of women.
Launching with just lashes, The Vintage Cosmetic Company have a transformative power. Combining affordability, efficacy and elegance to strong, bold designs, they celebrate the beauty of women by accentuating features to their best and allowing individuality to be expressed.
Now, they offer over 60 quality beauty accessories that are all accompanied by a unique and feminine personality, and not to mention, beautiful packaging.
Why We Like The Vintage Cosmetic Company
"We love anything that's over-the-top girly, and The Vintage Cosmetic Company is exactly that. Bringing 1940s and 50s elegance and style to modern beauty tools and accessories, they're our favourite when it comes to sprucing up a boring beauty kit. Discover everything from floral-print nail files to silk scrunchies and crystal facial rollers. "
Written by Carly Cochrane, Beauty Editor
Frequently Asked Questions about The Vintage Cosmetic Company
Is The Vintage Cosmetic Company suitable for vegans?
More than half of the The Vintage Cosmetic Company products showcased on our site contain animal-derived ingredients or by-products. Therefore, The Vintage Cosmetic Company is not classified as an entirely vegan-friendly brand. Applicable products are clearly marked across the site.
Where do they make their products?
They manufacture their products in the UK.