Beauty quotes: What Americans love about the country’s beauty brands

By Amy Riedel/Business Insider American beauty brands are having an incredible year.

But with more than $1.2 trillion in annual revenue, it’s the companies that have generated the most buzz that have really been doing well, according to a recent report from the Wall Street Journal.

American brands are generating $1,000 more in revenue for each dollar invested than any other country in the world, according the report.

That may sound like a lot, but it’s more than the US earned in 2016.

The US generated more than its entire economy in 2016, according TOG, a US company that tracks global growth trends.

But it’s not the only reason.

The WSJ also reports that China is the most important market for American beauty products, with sales of beauty products growing by more than 50% in the last year.

It’s a global phenomenon, according Riede, the executive director of the Center for American Beauty.

The UK and France have the second-largest market share of American beauty, after the US.

But Rieden says the UK is seeing more beauty brands like Clinique and Givenchy take off.

“It’s not just for Brits.

I think for people across the world,” she says.

Beauty products are getting cheaper and cheaper.

So has the demand for them.

“The beauty industry is becoming increasingly commoditized and the beauty market is now really becoming a global market,” says Riedes, who was a founding partner of the beauty-focused consulting firm The Beauty Lab.

The BeautyLab has partnered with a variety of beauty brands, including Clinique, Givenchy, Giorgio Armani, L’Oreal, and Estee Lauder.

For example, Lidl, which is based in the UK, is offering $35 on any purchase of its signature Lace-Up, the first line of high-end eyelash extensions that has sold out on Amazon.

The company says the trend for high-quality, organic makeup products is driven by “a new generation of consumers who want to know they are creating a lasting and beautiful result for their skin and their face.”