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Beauty and Lifestyle Expert
Emma is an experienced beauty and lifestyle writer.
Emma Charlotte Bangay
Beauty and Lifestyle Expert
Emma Bangay is an experienced beauty and lifestyle journalist with more than 20 years experience writing for some of Australia's leading magazines, websites and brands.
She founded ecb Ink. in 2004 for purely selfish reasons; to write until she was blue in the fingers about all things beauty, health, lifestyle, interiors and fashion.
Fortunately for her - and her ever-growing clientele - ecb Ink. has become the 'little business that could' - and does - continue to deliver.
Throughout her nearly 20 year career, Emma has had the pleasure and honour of holding senior beauty, style, health, celebrity and lifestyle roles at New Idea, Marie Claire, Woman's Day, SHE Magazine, SHE Living, Real Living, Sunday Life, Cosmopolitan Pregnancy, SHOP til you Drop, Fitness First, Australian Yoga Journal, Emporium magazine, Tony Bianco White magazine, Fernwood magazine and Crown Casino 'Crystal' magazine.
Online credits include establishing and contributing for top beauty and lifestyle sites such as valonz.com.au, missfroufrou.com.au, primped.com.au, postscript.com.au, theagendadaily.com and kidspot.com.au.
Hard work, high personal standards and a healthy dose of humour is a combination that's earned Emma a reputation as one of the industry's most approachable and personable freelance writers.
From this foundation, she has been fortunate enough to act as spokesperson for leading beauty brands; Herron Pharmaceuticals, Pantene and Neutrogena Skincare, as well as providing extensive advertorial, copywriting and product consultation services within the beauty industry.
An additional career coup in 2007 involved being handpicked by industry icon, Natalie Bloom, to co-write her book 'Beauty in Bloom.'
You can follow her on Instagram at @emmacharlottebangay... Read more.
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