Missouri woman is first American model with Down syndrome representing a skincare line

A 24-year-old Missouri woman has become the first American model with Down syndrome to represent a skincare line, according to KTVI ABC8.

Grace Strobel of Chesterfield, Mo., is representing the worldwide brand Obagi, that promotes “skinclusion” ” – meaning it supports the International Cultural Diversity Organization and Project Implicit, highlighting the need to appreciate cultural diversity and recognize unconscious bias.

Linda Strobel (Grace’s mother) wrote to Jaime Castle, the president of Obagi. She expressed to Castle that “People with disabilities are not represented. Would you consider Grace as one of your models?” Linda said “We have this huge population of people with disabilities that are often very invisible, and they want to be seen, they want to be heard, they want to be represented as part of the population.”

The letter received a positive response from Castle. “When [Castle] got the letter, she was ecstatic. She walked down the hall

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The best Prime Day beauty and skincare deals on Amazon

Beauty buffs, it’s prime time for Prime deals.

Amazon’s Prime Day is loaded with sales on top-name and top-rated makeup bag must-haves. The members-only shopping event, from Oct. 13 to 14, has a slew of discounts on everything from home to apparel to electronics, but there are also plenty of deals on cosmetics including celeb favorites and timeless staples.

Whether you’re looking to revamp your skincare routine, update your cosmetics collection or stock up on old favorites, here are the best beauty deals for Prime Day.

Le Riot Lip Gloss

Lady Gaga fans will go gaga over the deals on HAUS LABORATORIES, the singer’s own makeup line, up to 40% off.


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Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré

Cult French skincare brand Embryolisse is loved by dermatologists — and up to 25% off.

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PMD Personal Microderm

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Celebrity beauty expert Kristin Fisher shares her lavish skincare regime

By Matilda Rudd For Daily Mail Australia

06:57 11 Oct 2020, updated 06:57 11 Oct 2020

  • Kristen Fisher is the founder of Sydney beauty clinic, Kristen Fisher Eyebrows 
  • The mother-of-two has shared her daily skincare regime with followers online 
  • Her morning, evening and weekly-used products total a whopping $4,388.20 
  • She has previously talked about what keeps her toned physique in shape 

A celebrity beauty therapist has shared her lavish daily skincare routine, with the products – including a $949 LED face mask and $560 eye cream – totalling $4,388.

Kristin Fisher, the founder of successful beauty clinic Kristen Fisher Eyebrows in Sydney, took to Instagram on Friday to lay bare her face – and the budget she spends on her coveted regime.

The mother-of-two said she hasn’t had Botox in her face for two years after growing ‘immune’ to the procedure, so she has had to rely on good quality

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Best Black Friday beauty deals 2020: makeup, skincare and more

For one weekend – and one weekend only, you can get your hands on hundreds upon thousands of beauty heroes at a fraction of the cost.

How you ask? Well, it’s almost Black Friday and the sale extravaganza is on.

In honour of the mega sales weekend that takes place each year on the day after Thanksgiving – falling on November 27 for 2020 – our favourite beauty brands take the opportunity to slash prices on thousands of covetable items. We’re talking serious Holy Grail products that are rarely found below their usual RRP.

From Black Friday to Cyber Monday, there will be epic reductions on all sectors across skincare, makeup, hair, fragrance, body and more, with the occasional toothbrush thrown in there.

Last year, even the likes of Glossier, Charlotte Tilbury and Urban Decay got involved offering their sought-after wares at

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