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Alexis is a freelance lifestyle writer whose work has appeared in Self.com, Dermstore.com, Yahoo.com, Women's Health magazine and FabFitFun.com. She's the founder and editor of RandomActsofLipstick.com, a website dedicated to covering beauty products, brands and influencers that give back. Before becoming a freelance writer, Alexis was on the EverydayHealth.com team as the Senior Beauty Editor. She started her professional career as the Associate Beauty Editor at Women's Health Magazine and learned social networking 101 at Attention, a social media PR and marketing agency. It's rare to catch Alexis without SPF 30+ or bright red lipstick.
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