FourFour2, a new and exclusive online magazine, has been awarded a $1 million prize from the prestigious American Museum of Natural History.
The magazine is published by four leading beauty companies: JCPenney, Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Hermès.
FourFour2 was launched by a trio of beauty editors who had an epiphany that it would be a perfect way to introduce women to the beauty world.
“We felt that we needed a magazine to show that there is a beautiful world out there,” said co-founder of FourFourtwo, Kate Kelly, adding that the magazine’s mission is to make beauty accessible to all.
The magazine is being published in the U.S. and Germany.
Kelly said that in order to win the prize, the magazine had to do a better job in providing women with information that they could use to make the best decisions about their appearance.
In the U-S., FourFour is aiming to reach women who might not have been familiar with the topic of black and white eyes.
They are aiming to provide a better understanding of the different shades of black eye, which are not always the same as what is seen in white eyes, Kelly said.
This is the first time FourFour has received an award from the American Museum, said Kelly, who will be presenting the award at a panel discussion on November 14 at the American Institute of Art’s Museum of Modern Art.
Kelly explained that FourFour was created as a way to teach women about black & white eye, but also to encourage them to think about it more in terms of color, texture, and how different types of makeup can help them to look more natural.
While the magazine will focus on black &white eyes, the goal is also to cover the different types and shades of brown eyes and how that affects the look of a person.
“We want to make this the definitive guide to black & brown eyes,” Kelly said, adding the magazine also will cover black eye makeup.
Although it will focus primarily on black eyes, there will also be articles on black eyeliner, mascara, eyebrow gel, eyeliner brushes, eye shadow and more.
One of the most challenging things about creating a magazine for women is finding a topic that will appeal to a wide range of people, Kelly added.
When she began the project, Kelly had to be creative to find the perfect topic for FourFour.
She said she wanted to find an easy topic for men to learn about, while focusing on black and brown eyes.
“There’s a lot of misconceptions that we’re trying to dispel,” she said.
“If you have any question about any of this, feel free to reach out to us.”
The editors also aim to cover things like eyeliner and eye shadow, as well as the various types of mascara, eyeliners, and brushes.
It’s important to note that these products are only available for women, and they are not available for men.
For those looking to make their own makeup, Kelly encourages people to go for products that they can make themselves.
To learn more about FourFour, click here.
More stories from the area: A man was killed in a car crash near the intersection of U.C. Davis and Alameda Street on Thursday, according to UC Berkeley police.
A woman was killed and another person injured after an apparent drive-by shooting on Friday in the North Oakland neighborhood of West Oakland.
Two people were killed and two others were wounded when gunfire erupted in a residential neighborhood on Friday afternoon in Oakland, authorities said.
Police said two men and a woman were inside a home when shots were fired, causing the home to collapse.
The wounded were transported to local hospitals.
An 18-year-old man was shot to death in the city’s northwest part on Friday evening, police said.
A 19-year old man was wounded in the leg in the gunfire and is expected to survive, according the Oakland police department.
Police arrested a man in connection with the shooting, but a motive for the shooting was not immediately known.
Another person was shot in the chest in Oakland’s West Oakland neighborhood on Saturday afternoon, police reported.
According to the city of Oakland, a group of people drove through a neighborhood in the neighborhood of La Jolla Avenue and West La Cienega Street, near the La Jollas Marina, and opened fire on them with a handgun, hitting a man and wounding a woman.
Officers responded to the scene and found a man who had been shot, and a 19- year-old woman who was grazed in the shoulder, police reports said.
The victim was transported to a hospital and is in stable condition, authorities reported.
No further information was immediately available.
Troy County sheriff’s deputies responded to a shooting