CD Buzz: This is what independent beauty will look like in 2016

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Indie beauty insiders Jillian Wright, Jessica Richards, and Nader Naeymi-Rad weigh in on the future of this dynamic category with predictions for 2016, commentary on the response from big beauty, and the evolution of the Indie Beauty Expo event. 

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