Artistry (cosmetics)

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Artistry
Artistry-logo.png
Product typeSkin care and cosmetics
OwnerAlticor
CountryU.S
Introduced1950s; 0 days' time (1950s)
MarketsWorldwide
Websiteartistry.com

Artistry is a brand of skin care and cosmetic products, manufactured by Access Business Group and sold through direct selling by Amway in 108 countries and territories worldwide.

As of 2000, the Artistry range included over 400 products.[1]

In May 2007, it was announced by Skate Canada and Amway that Artistry Cosmetics would be the official skin care and cosmetics sponsor for Skate Canada events and the Skate Canada national team.[2][3]

In 2008, Artistry announced actress Sandra Bullock as the face of Artistry Creme LuXury.[4]

In 2010, Artistry and Amway became sponsors of the Miss America competition, with the winner taking the role of Artistry spokesperson.[5]

The Artistry Essentials skincare line won AmeriStar’s 2007 Package Competition in the category of Health & Beauty Aids[6] Artistry Créme Luxury (also known Créme L/X) won the Skin Care Prestige category in the International Package Design Awards (IPDA) in 2008[7] and was nominated as a finalist in the Best New Skincare Product of the Year category for the 2009 UK Beauty Awards.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Irish Times - Maintaining the Competitiveness of Artistry Cosmetics in the Global Marketplace" (PDF). Business 2000 (1st ed.). The Irish Times.
  2. ^ "May 24". Archived from the original on 2010-10-12. Retrieved 2011-04-29. Skate Canada announces partnership with Quixtar Canada Corporation
  3. ^ Passion. Esprit. Triomphe. Archived October 11, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ Alticor's 2007 Global Sales Top $7 Billion
  5. ^ "Cameron becomes Miss America". Vancouver News. Womack Publishing. February 2, 2010.[permanent dead link]
  6. ^ Access Business Group Honored With AmeriStar Package Award
  7. ^ HBA 2008 - It's a Wrap
  8. ^ The UK Beauty Awards[not in citation given] Archived June 27, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.