What We Are Buying Today: Glamour Beauty

Updated 14 March 2019

What We Are Buying Today: Glamour Beauty

Glamour Beauty is an online shopping platform that offers a wide range of beauty products, many of which are not readily available in the region, at reasonable prices.

On the store’s website you can browse products in categories such as makeup, bags, scarves and care products. The makeup section includes a reasonable selection of quality brands, for example, while the care products are further divided into hair care, skin care and body care. You can find a good range of items, from organic oils to Korean skin-care products.

While some unscrupulous online sellers claim to offer branded items that turn out to be fake, Glamour Beauty customers can rest easy, safe in the knowledge that all the items it sells are authentic. The store is based in Jeddah, and offers customers in the city same-day delivery, but can ship anywhere in Saudi Arabia.

Italian jewelry house pledges profits from new ring to Beirut blast victims 

Updated 06 August 2020

Italian jewelry house pledges profits from new ring to Beirut blast victims 

DUBAI: An Italian jewelry house has pledged to donate all of its profits from the sale of a new ring to the victims of the Beirut blast.

Bosses at Repossi said 100 percent of takings from its Berbere Chromatic ring, which retails at around $3,438, would go toward helping those left homeless by the deadly explosion at the Lebanese port.

Writing to its 224,000 Instagram followers, the brand said: “In response to the tragic event in Beirut, Lebanon, Repossi unveils the new Berbere Chromatic ring. All profits from the sale of this ring will be donated to the Lebanese Red Cross.”

Founded in 1945, the humanitarian organization has been on the frontline providing emergency medical aid to victims of the massive blast.

Meanwhile, celebrities such as Kylie Jenner, DJ Khaled, and singer Dua Lipa, have been taking to social media to show their support for victims and online influencers around the world have been urging their followers to make donations toward rescue and recovery work.