In the months before the presidential election, a beauty brand with a strong political agenda sought to appeal to a particular demographic, namely young people.
A viral video featuring an Ohio beauty product line that includes a $15-per-tube subscription to the makeup brand Makeup Republic was shot during the Republican National Convention, which saw a significant turnout of younger voters.
A number of other online beauty companies have followed suit, and this year, the brands have started targeting young people in an attempt to appeal more directly to them.
The campaign’s aim was to highlight the benefits of their products, including a free sample for the first time ever, and a $35 bonus for any purchases made with the product.
The goal was to target a different demographic and, in so doing, it might help attract younger voters to a campaign, according to a study released this week by the University of Chicago and the University at Buffalo.
“In the end, the beauty industry could be an important battleground,” the authors write.
“By targeting young women and young women of color, they might be able to draw in more voters and generate more support for candidates.”
The study looked at the makeup ad that appeared on YouTube and other online platforms during the 2016 election.
The makeup ads, which feature a young woman wearing a bright yellow wig and a dark brown hair-do, were shot in Ohio.
The ads were also shot in New York City and Los Angeles.
They ran during the Democratic National Convention.
The results, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, found that young people who watched the makeup ads were more likely to support the candidates and were more interested in the products and their brand.
This was true even though the makeup advertisements did not directly portray the candidates, instead portraying a fictional character.
“The makeup ads in this study were designed to make the product attractive to women, but their purpose was to make it appealing to young people,” said study co-author Tessa Jorgensen.
The study also found that older voters were more willing to purchase the makeup, and that younger people who viewed the ads were less likely to purchase them.
“There are two main types of ads that are effective for influencing younger people,” Jorgenson said.
“They are targeted at people in their 20s or 30s and those targeting older people are targeted toward older people.”
The findings were presented to the Association of American Publishers and the American Psychological Association at the American Psychologist Annual Convention.
In a statement, MakeupRepublic CEO and co-founder Jennifer Nellis said, “Our focus is on providing the best-quality products and services to our customers and is not a partisan or political attack.
We do not promote political ideologies.”
The ad campaign, which was created by Makeup Nation, aimed to raise awareness of the benefits and benefits of the products.
Nellos added, “It’s also important to remember that makeup is a popular trend among women, and we are all passionate about it.
Our goal is to reach women and girls who are passionate about beauty and want the best quality makeup and hair products for themselves.”
The campaign was also directed at younger people, but the authors say that was not necessarily the intention.
“It is not that makeup ads targeted younger women,” said Jorgens.
Our focus is to educate our customers on the benefits that the makeup brands offer, and to make them feel empowered and comfortable buying our products.” “
Our goal is not to be political or to encourage political opinions.
Our focus is to educate our customers on the benefits that the makeup brands offer, and to make them feel empowered and comfortable buying our products.”
Makeup republic is currently in its first year of operation.