Catalog Spree, one of the biggest apps available that allows you the luxury of shopping some of the hottest fashion names from the comfort of your home has launched an all new beauty department. Made available in the past week, Catalog Spree now allows you to shop the luxurious beauty products you love by visiting their virtual mall instead of a real one. Famous brand names in beauty are now available like Sephora, Bliss, Avon/mark, Beauty.com, The Body Shop and C.O. Bigelow.
“Many e-commerce retailers, especially those in beauty, don’t print or have limited distribution of traditional paper catalogs due to costs. With Spree Studio, Catalog Spree is removing that barrier by easily creating gorgeous digital lookbooks that deliver an engaging shopping experience,” said Joaquin Ruiz, CEO of Catalog Spree. “We’re constantly striving to delight mobile shoppers with fun, high-quality content, so adding top beauty brands to Catalog Spree was a no brainer, especially when you consider that almost 70 percent of our shoppers are women!”
Also available is the Catalog Spree-branded Beauty Fall 2013 Lookbook which includes some of the best names in beauty like Benefit, Bobbi Brown, Marc Jacobs, NARS, YSL, Trish McEvoy, Dolce & Gabbana and so much more. With Catalog Spree's lookbooks, consumers can flip through the pages of a virtual magazine and choose the the top tier beauty and fashion products they want from the brands they love and trust.
To view Catalog Spree's new beauty department you can visit it online at http://shop.catalogspree.com/#catalogs/departments/women-beauty or download the Catalog Spree app on your iPhone or iPad or
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