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Total Girl Magazine Product Call-Out

Total Girl beauty editor, Rosie Scott, is currently looking for tween-market products for the magazine’s summer issues. This will be for three shoots: Lip glosses and balms, home spa, and Back to School themed products.
If you have any products you’d like to put forward for consideration, please email Rosie at:

Brand etc. announce new PR appointment

Brand etc. is pleased to announce that it has recently been appointed as PR representation for Australian natural skincare company, Jurlique.

For media enquiries, please contact: Gina Nixon, director -, Rebekah Atkinson, publicist  - and Carla Westwood, publicist -

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Georgia Collins farewells SHA PR

Georgia Collins is finishing her role at SHA PR tomorrow, where she has been working for the past three and a half years.

An announcement for Georgia’s replacement will be made in the coming weeks. In the interim, please contact any of the other SHA PR ladies for help with requests for any brands.

Girlfriend magazine product call-out

Girlfriend deputy editor, Emma Norris, is currently looking for products for the magazine's summer issue for two shoots: mermaid-inspired beauty products and summery perfumes. 

If you have any products you’d like to put forward for consideration, please email her at:

New CEO for Feelunique

Online beauty retailer, Feelunique has names Sarah Miles as its new CEO. 

Miles previously worked at Amazon Europe where she was director of fashion and home and garden.


MAXINSTITUTE is delighted to announce its latest event in partnership with Sephora: MAXINSTITUTE SCHOOL OF SEPHORA: the ultimate school of beauty.

Held at Sydney’s Carriageworks on November 2 2019, the event marks the third anniversary of MAXINSTITUTE and second year in partnership with Sephora Australia.

The one-day-only event will allow beauty fans exclusive access to some the country’s most influential names in beauty, alongside Sephora's sought-after beauty brands. Masterclasses will be held by recognised makeup artists including Emma Chen, Penny Antuar, Tobi Henney, Michael Brown, Heidi Scarlett-King, Maria Yousif and Sephora Australia’s National Artistry Lead Alphie Sadsad.

For more information, please contact Jackson Delaney -

SHA PR is looking for a publicist

This is the perfect role for a dynamic thinker, who ultimately wants to be leading their own accounts and team in the long-run.
Someone who is curious to learn and evolve in this fast paced industry and enjoys a level of autonomy. You will spend time with the leadership team on over all direction and strategy of your clients as well as working with you on your personal development.

When it comes to pitching you know where to look and how to pitch. For your clients, you are ready, available, professional and positive. You are honest and direct in your communications with your clients, in order to get them the best possible results.

As a publicist at SHA you will likely have a PR assistant reporting to you, their success is a reflection on you. Ensuring you mentor, assist and be patient is key. As well as giving honest feedback, to help them achieve their own career goals.

Your role includes accountability on finance and budgets. Running your own budgets across your client portfolio, as well as reporting as key to your role. Which means you need to be as comfortable with Excel as you are Instagram.

If this sounds like you we would love to see your CV. Email

Roxy Jacenko’s I Am Roxy brings best results to Pilot Week

Channel Ten's Pilot Week is entering its fourth day. But last night saw the best results, 399,000 metro viewers,  bought in by Roxy Jacenko's reality TV show, I Am Roxy.

The program follows Sweaty Betty PR founder Roxy Jacenko in her work and home life, and is produced by Nova’s Sydney breakfast host Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli. The show's viewer numbers are also close to being Ten’s best Pilot Week result to date.

Marie Claire UK ceases print publication

TI Media has announced that the November 2019 issue of Marie Claire UK will be its final print edition.

The fashion and beauty publication will pursue a digital-first strategy going forward. Its premium beauty store Fabled by Marie Claire and will continue to trade under new owner, Next Plc.

Gwyneth Paltrow teams up with Banana Republic on new podcast

Gwyneth Paltrow’s beauty and lifestyle brand Goop has teamed up with American fashion brand Banana Republic on a new podcast. Paltrow will interview a number of female entrepreneurs in the eight-part series. 

Banana Republic chief marketing officer Mary Alderete said: “We look forward to energising listeners with real conversations that we hope will inspire each and every one of us to live a life with no boundaries.”