Fortune has partnered with the online retailer, Tarte Cosmetics, to bring you a look at the top-selling cosmetics brands in the United States in 2016.
TF2’s best sellers of the year were: “The Wolf” by Fenty Beauty: $1,066,000 “Naughty Dog” by The Ralph Lauren Company: $743,000 “A Perfect Night” by Urban Decay: $6,547,000 “”Boom” by J.
Crew: $3,879,000″Fruit” by Sephora: $2,817,000 “Mouthful” by Too Faced: $4,639,000 “All-New Beauty” by L’Oreal: $849,000
By next year, Pudaiers Cosmetics will have a store on the first floor of the new Bowery Ballroom, which is under construction at 945 S. Florida Ave.
Pudaieres first line of products includes the brand’s signature Hard Candy, a line of candies made with chocolate, vanilla, cinnamon and other ingredients and a line that includes a gel-like product called C-Panda.
The first-floor store will also feature a Pudaies line of cosmetics for women with sensitive skin.
Pudaier’s website says the brand will be the first of its kind to carry such products.
“We believe in bringing our unique Pudaiana experience to our customers, which makes our commitment to creating new ways to help heal skin even more meaningful,” the company says.
Pudaiers co-founder and chief executive officer Jennifer Dolan said Pudaia’s mission is to help people better manage their skin.
She said Pudiare’s mission was to “make it easier for women to wear their makeup, to treat their skin, to feel better about themselves.”
Pudaies’ website says its purpose is to “provide a natural way for women of all skin types to achieve their dreams of being empowered and beautiful.”
The Pudaieri store is expected to open in late 2018.