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Focallure is an exclusive online cosmetics company that focuses on providing high-quality, cutting edge products at affordable prices. Founded by Marlena Stell in 2012, Focallure has two office locations: Jackson, Michigan and Sacramento, California. The business is also globally available via the internet by accessing www.focallureshop.com.

With our easy to follow tutorials and educational methods, along with state of the art cosmetics, Focallure is revolutionizing how the cosmetics industry is viewed. Not only do we believe the cosmetics movement deserves better, but most importantly the consumers deserve better. We are creating a reformation that says all people world-wide should feel as if they have a connection to the inside of the cosmetics industry to learn the tips and tricks that the professionals use. 

At Focallure, we passionately believe everyone should have access to high-quality cosmetics at prices that are reasonable enough for anyone. Not only do we believe strongly in offering high-end cosmetics but also teaching the proper technique so every person can look, and most importantly, feel amazing. We strive to stay on the cusp of cosmetic breakthroughs and teaching methods to bring our Focallure Geeks the most essential and trending ideas in the industry. Our team at focallure is fully dedicated to upholding the highest standards and making sure we give our customers the best experience possible.

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