Sunday Riley is a Texan entrepreneur, cosmetic chemist, beauty expert, and founder of the Sunday Riley brand. Although Riley’s name sounds awkward, it has helped her establish herself as a rarity in the beauty industry. Just as her father intentioned when he named her Sunday, the name has been excellent for business.
Sunday Riley started the Sunday Riley skincare brand in 2009 when he saw a gap in beauty products that marry active ingredients and botanicals and took advantage of it. Although Riley established the Sunday Riley brand on a small budget, it has experienced remarkable growth over the years. Riley learns about cosmetic formulation in her day-to-day work. Every product that she produces is an opportunity to learn about the products’ ingredients, scent, and texture.
Under the skincare brand name Sunday Riley, Riley has developed numerous beauty products that have received a positive response in the market. The beauty products contain natural botanicals, active ingredients, and formulations to give its users vibrant and younger-looking skin. The Sunday Riley brand has grown to become a cult beauty brand and a renowned brand in the skin-care sector worldwide. Among Riley’s prominent products include Good Genes, Power Couple, UFO, Luna, and Tidal.
Good Genes is Riley’s number one selling products. It did incredibly well in the market and women loved it because of its instant results. It is a phenomenal product because it made individuals look great and did not irritate the skin. Although the Good Genes product is among the hardest products Riley has made so far, it paid off.
Sunday Riley is pleased tremendously that many women choose her products. As opposed to feeling great that she is a staple in many women’s lives, Riley feels humbled and responsible. For Riley, it is a dream come true and she will endeavor to develop many amazing products.
Riley is an ambassador for her products and uses them generously for her skin-care routine. She advises people who desire great skin to wash their face regularly and remember to exfoliate. Riley contends that it is vanity to use expensive beauty products if they sink into dead skin cells.