Cheryl Yannotti Foland, founder of lilah B. talks about the importance of versatility in a good makeup product and discusses her incredible journey while creating the iconic brand. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/message
44. Starting a clean luxury beauty brand with Lilah B. Beauty founder Cheryl Yannotti Foland
A Little Too Much with Jamie Stone
This week Jamie talks to Lilah B. beauty founder Cheryl Yannotti Foland. They talk all about Cheryl's super interesting career start, how she got into the beauty world, what made Lilah B different and appealing to beauty buyers, creating a clean luxury brand and so much more. Beauty favorite of the week: Lilah B. Tinted Lip Oil Lilah B. Palette Perfection Eye Quad Don't forget to rate, review, subscribe and screenshot this episode to your IG Stories :) Follow @itsJamieStone and @ALittleTooMuchPodcast.
E21: Cheryl Yannotti Foland Turns Simple into Success
The Badass CEO
More is less with Lilah B. - How to build a successful minimalistic business with Cheryl Yannotti Foland.Don't forget to sign up for the Badass CEO Newsletter for weekly advice and resources on how to get started on a business idea, grow your business, and be the badass entrepreneur of your dreams. To learn more about the Badass CEO Podcast go to: http://www.thebadassceo.com/ To get the Top 10 Tips every entrepreneur should know go to: https://thebadassceo.com/tips-for-every-entrepreneur/
Cheryl Yannotti Foland | Founder and CEO of lilah b.
In episode forty eight of the Glow Journal podcast, host Gemma Watts talks to the founder and CEO of lilah b., Cheryl Yannotti Foland. Having grown up on the East Coast of the United States, once self described “high strung, type A, fast talking New Yorker” Cheryl Yannotti Foland spent the first 20 years of her working life in private equity. Cheryl describes her attitude towards work, life and beauty during that time as “more, more, more,” but a move to California for work in 2006 saw the maximalist trade in her New York lifestyle for something a little slower.Cheryl tells me that the life she’d been living was not the healthiest and recognised that her “need” for the next best beauty product was really more of a “want,” in turn identifying what she describes as a “white space” in the market for a brand that truly simplified beauty.And so, lilah b. was born- a clean, luxe colour cosmetics brand in which each product has been formulated to have multiple uses, meaning that consumers can create a complete, polished look with minimal products- as Cheryl tells me, “three is all you need.” More or less on launch, lilah b. was picked up by both Barney’s and Net-A-Porter, meaning that the brand was being sold and marketed in upwards of 170 countries within five months. Today, lilah b. remains one of the world’s most coveted clean beauty brands, with Cheryl watching women (and men!) across the globe adopting her less is more ethos, having succeeded in her mission to make beauty simple again. This episode was recorded remotely, myself in Melbourne and Cheryl in California, so if you would prefer to read the interview I have made the complete transcript available on glowjournal.com. In this conversation, Cheryl shares the surprising influence Tiffany & Co. designer Elsa Peretti had on her brand, how increasing consumer demand for authenticity is rapidly changing the beauty industry and why all have a Rhodesian Ridgeback to thank for the lilah b. brand. You can read this interview now at: glowjournal.com/interview-lilah-b-founder-cheryl-yannotti-folandFollow lilah b. on Instagram at @lilahbeautyStay up to date with Gemma on Instagram at @gemkwatts and @glow.journal, or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.orgSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cheryl Yannotti Foland of Lilah B. - Less Is Definitely More
Less is more. This is a value shared by both Lilah B. founder Cheryl Yannotti Foland and her company, a luxury, minimalistic collection of color that allows women to achieve a finished look with fewer products -- encouraging a movement to declutter, minimize and simplify. Cheryl joins Socialfly Co-Founders Stephanie Cartin and Courtney Spritzer for a conversation about her career, and describes her journey to success, including how, when building a company, everything takes longer, and more money than you think; the value of giving your team flexibility and not micromanaging; the challenge of bringing a business to life; finding balance, and feeling lucky; and, how Cheryl reinvented herself in a big way. Plus, a surprise!