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From a small, family-owned business to the number one cosmetics company in America, Maybelline New York takes trends from the catwalk to the sidewalk, empowering women to make a statement, explore new looks, and flaunt their own creativity and individuality. Inspired by confident, accomplished women, Maybelline gives you scientifically-advanced formulas, revolutionary textures and up-to-the-minute, trendsetting shades effortlessly, affordably, beautifully.

Maybe she’s born with it. Maybe it’s Maybelline.
Maybelline is an American makeup brand sold worldwide and owned by the French cosmetics giant, L'Oréal.[1] Their slogan is Maybe she's born with it. Maybe it's Maybelline. [2]
History
The Maybelline Company was created by New York chemist T.L. Williams in 1915. Williams, in his early 30's noticed his younger sister applying a mixture of Vaseline and coal dust to her eyelashes to give them a darker, fuller look. He adapted it in his small laboratory and produced a product sold locally called Lash-Brow-Ine. The product was a local hit, but the awkward name held it back. His sister, who inspired the product, was named Maybel. So T.L. Williams renamed it Maybelline, a combination of Maybel and Vaseline. It is under this name that Maybelline has achieved its now legendary status in the field of cosmetics. In 1917 the company produced Maybelline Cake Mascara, "the first modern eye cosmetic for everyday use" and Ultra Lash in the 1960s, which was the first mass-market automatic.[3]
In 1967, the company was sold by T.L. Williams to Plough, Inc. (now Schering-Plough) in Memphis, Tennessee. The entire cosmetic production facility was moved from Chicago to Memphis over one week-end. In 1975, the company moved its factory to Little Rock, Arkansas, where it is still located. In 1990, Schering-Plough sold Maybelline to a New York investment firm, Wasserstein Perella. Maybelline Operational Headquarters remained in Memphis until being sold in 1996, when headquarters moved to New York City. The makeup factory moved to Brooklyn, New York, in 2000.[4]
Maybelline received a boost when the company hired Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter as the company's beauty fashion coordinator; she also appeared in several of its television and print advertisements. Josie Maran, Adriana Lima, Miranda Kerr, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Melina Kanakaredes, Zhang Ziyi, Siti Nurhaliza, Fasha Sandha, Sheetal Mallar, and Kristin Davis have endorsed Maybelline products. The current faces of Maybelline are Julia Stegner, Christy Turlington, Jessica White, Erin Wasson, Kemp Muhl, Emily DiDonato, Lisalla Montenegro, and Shu Pei.[5]
In 1991, the company adopted its current advertising slogan, "Maybe She's Born With It. Maybe It's Maybelline" tagline. The company was acquired by L'Oréal in 1996. Acquiring Maybelline gave L'Oreal access to mass markets in cosmetics.
Maybelline has released several new products, including 'Eye Studio' collection for eye products, 'Fit Me' collection for foundation/facial products, and new 'Color Sensational' shades for lips. Currently, Maybelline is the Official Makeup Sponsor of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.[6] Some more popular products are the simple 'Baby Lips', which are a tinted, moisturizing lip balm with SPF 20, or the "Dream Fresh BB Cream', which is a liquid foundation.
Criticism
Complaints that Maybelline products are tested on animals are not wholly unfounded.[7][8] During 1989 L'Oreal ceased to test finished products prior to their launch on the market and has committed to developing alternative methods.[9] Although according to a 2010 report is required by law within a certain number of countries to continue with animal testing.[10] On this continuation the company states that there is a commitment of
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|Maybelline LLC |
|Type |wholly owned subsidiary |
|Industry |Cosmetics |
|Founded |1915 |
|Founder(s) |Scott Byers |
|Headquarters |New York, United States |
|Area served |Worldwide |
|Key people |David Greenberg (President) |
|Products |Mascara, Eyeshadow, Make-Up |
|Parent |L'Oréal |
|Website |www.maybelline.com |

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This website is directed toward and designed for use by persons aged 13 or older. Maybelline.com will not approve applications of, or establish or maintain accounts or memberships for, any child whom Maybelline.com knows to be under the age of 13. Maybelline.com does not solicit or knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13. If Maybelline.com nevertheless discovers that it has received personally identifiable information from an individual who indicates that he or she is, or whom Maybelline New York otherwise has reason to believe is, under the age of 13, Maybelline.com will delete such information from its systems. Additionally, a child's parent or legal guardian may request that the child's information be corrected or deleted from Maybelline.com's files. Please click here to send your request.
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A "cookie" is a small piece of data that can be sent by a web server to your computer, which then may be stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive. Cookies allow Maybelline.com to recognize your computer while you are on its website and help customize your online experience and make it more convenient for you. Cookies are also useful in allowing more efficient log-in for users, tracking transaction histories and preserving information between sessions. The information collected from cookies may also be used to improve the functionality of the website.

The advertisers and/or other content providers that may appear on this website may also use cookies that are not sent by the Maybelline New York website. Such ads or content may contain cookies that help track and target the interests of users of this website in order to present "personalized" advertisements or other messages that the user might find interesting. Maybelline New York is not responsible for any such cookies.

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The Maybelline New York website may contain links to other websites, including those of advertisers or third party content providers who offer downloads on Maybelline.com. Please be aware that Maybelline New York is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of other websites. Websites that are accessible by hyperlinks from the Maybelline New York website may use cookies [link to "Cookies" section]. Maybelline New York encourages you to read the privacy statements provided by other websites before you provide personally identifiable information to them.
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These Terms of Use govern your conduct associated with the Customer Ratings and Review service offered by Maybelline New York (the "CRR Service"). To the extent of any conflict between Maybelline's Privacy Policy and these Terms of Use, these Terms of Use shall control with respect to the CRR Service.
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