Things are looking pretty for the new Birchbox

Things are looking pretty for the new Birchbox

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The monthly subscription service of beauty, grooming, and lifestyle products Birchbox has a new look: bold and beautiful. Today the New York-based online retailer unveiled a new global brand identity along with site improvements to further enhance the customer experience. Birchbox is an innovative approach to e-commerce that offers...
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