KW Beauty is finally opening up about their race policy.
As part of the Black Beauty Campaign, the beauty retailer will start giving out free samples to anyone who uses their mobile app to order from their website, and the platform has also launched a new feature to let users customize their own products and even add your own photos.
“Black beauty is everywhere,” says a spokesperson for KW, who previously said that they are “always looking for ways to be inclusive.”
“We don’t have a policy about how we will use your images, but we will consider how we can make them more inclusive.
We will also make sure that our social media and marketing efforts continue to be about supporting people of color.”
The retailer has also announced that the brand will donate $1 to each customer’s cause.
KW Beauty will also be giving out an app to allow customers to customize their products.
This will allow people to use their device’s camera to see which of their products they would like to receive free samples from.KW also announced the launch of a new beauty-focused app, KQA, which will allow customers and their partners to collaborate on their personal makeup and hair products.
The app will also give you more control over the product.
“We wanted to help our customers and partners better understand what products they should use,” says KW spokesperson Sarah Hough.
“With the KQD app, you can create your own personal makeup, create your makeup look with brushes and other tools, and even choose from a curated selection of products from the KW beauty line.
With the KQLA app, customers can collaborate on hair, body, and skincare.
We also launched the KKBL app, which lets you create your first skincares.”
With the new app and its focus on collaboration, KW says that they want to “build relationships and build a community of KQE” with people of all races.”
It’s important that we are always open and accepting to all customers, so we want to do everything we can to provide a safe and comfortable shopping experience for all of our customers.”KQA will also allow customers who have been ordered by the brand to request products directly from the brand, and they will have the option to upload photos of their items.
With the new app and its focus on collaboration, KW says that they want to “build relationships and build a community of KQE” with people of all races.