Beauty Bible Awards set to go online

After 20 bestselling years in print The Beauty Bible Awards are set to go online from 2017, say co-founders Jo Fairley and Sarah Stacey.

The Beauty Bible editors have also added many new categories of products, reflecting the changing landscape of beauty.

AWARDS_LOGOS_FOR_E-MAIL 2Since the project launched in 1996, more than 28,000 women have been involved in real-life testing of products, making it the largest independent survey of beauty products anywhere in the world, with products trialled over a period of months by readers and followers.

Entry is free, and for the briefing document – including details of how the Awards have proved brand-transforming for many beauty names – please e-mail Amy Eason, Awards Co-ordinator, at: [email protected] or call 01424-203751.