Bobby Brown

Bobby Brown was an american brand of cosmetics created in 1991 by the make-up artist Bobby Brown and his business partner Rosalind Landis. Starting with a line of natural lipsticks it then expanded to include other products for face care and treatment. Characteristic of the entire range of products is the concept of prêt-à-porter make-up, that is to say, light, and with natural shades. It was an invention that revolutionized the cosmetics industry. In 1996, the brand and everything connected to it was taken over by Estée Lauder.
The cosmetic company works with two of the most important firms in digital technology that offer marketing services, TMX Interactive and Cheetahmail.
Bobby Brown products are sold at more than 300 points-of-sale in 20 countries, and on the Internet.