The team has developed an algorithm that takes product reviews, blogger mentions, best-seller lists, and editorial recommendations, and more to populate its own top 10 lists. Regularly created, these lists cover a range of things you know you want to buy (pumps, lipsticks, beauty balms, blazers…) and present a hit list of essential info as well as a link to buy it. For now, the reviews and sources it has used to rank each collection of products are still hidden, but it's an add-on feature it would love to include in the future. The site officially launched today, so head on over to take a look.
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