Tissues at the ready, say bye bye to Pout
Come December, Pout Cosmetics will be no longer. One of our favourite British beauty brands has been bought out by Crysallis, and they've decided that the colour cosmetics business isn't a profitable one, as despite Pout Cosmetics selling well in the UK and Europe (with 10m worth of sales), sales of Pout Cosmetics were disappointing in the US.
Very sad news for a fun British brand, I'd suggest stocking up on your favourites now. The Pout brand will continue, but only bath and body products will be sold (boo).
Like that? Try this: Pout's 5th Birthday party report (sob) | Pout Shimmer Swirls (sob, sob) | Pout Bustier (does this count as bath and body, do you think?)
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Oh damn , the Covent Garden store is one of my 1st stops when i am in London , will have to stock up.At least there is that great free gift offer online atm.
Posted by: adelle | October 10, 2007 11:15 AM
Posted by: Laura | October 10, 2007 1:23 PM
Time to stock up on flush blush, then...
Posted by: Gemma | October 10, 2007 2:00 PM
That would explain the clearance sale at our Victoria's Secret a few months back. At the time, they claimed pout was merely going to be repackaged, that all of the old packaging had to go, but those lying bastards haven't restocked Pout merchandise for several months! And I just went to Sephora.com and Pout is now nowhere to be found! I can only hope Pout merchandise is still in the stores.
Posted by: Sonia | October 10, 2007 5:27 PM
Posted by: Rin | October 11, 2007 1:33 PM
Thats really sad! So many products that I still wanna try!
Posted by: Wang Yang | October 12, 2007 9:15 AM
Oh dear :( Pout's products are so cute!
Sigh, I'll just stick to obsessing over Shu Uemura now..
Posted by: Sadie | October 20, 2007 3:51 PM
TK Maxx has bought loads of stock - look in your closest store ASAP it's going fast!
Posted by: Paul Siergiejew | December 11, 2007 6:20 PM
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