Patrick Starrr
Newsweek|August 27, 2021
WHEN IT COMES TO SOCIAL MEDIA, BEAUTY IS A MAINSTAY, AND WITHIN that space there’s one person who dominates: Patrick Starrr. “Social media has allowed consumers to find people that look like them to trust a point of view that you may not get from a store employee,” he says. That connection with his YouTube audience inspired Starrr to launch One/Size Beauty.
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