Should You Think About Buying MAV Beauty Brands Inc. (TSE:MAV) Now?

While MAV Beauty Brands Inc. (beautybrands-shares?blueprint=2395769&utm_medium=finance_user&utm_campaign=intro&utm_source=yahoo” data-ylk=”slk:TSE:MAV;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “TSE:MAV) might not be the most widely known stock at the moment, it led the TSX gainers with a relatively large price hike in the past couple of weeks. Less-covered, small caps tend to present more of an opportunity for mispricing due to the lack of information available to the public, which can be a good thing. So, could the stock still be trading at a low price relative to its actual value? Let’s examine MAV Beauty Brands’s valuation and outlook in more detail to determine if there’s still a bargain opportunity.

Check out our latest analysis for MAV Beauty Brands

What Is MAV Beauty Brands Worth?

According to my valuation model, MAV Beauty Brands seems to be fairly priced at around 13% below my intrinsic value, which means if you buy MAV Beauty Brands today, you’d be paying a fair price for it. And if you believe the company’s true value is CA$0.96, then there isn’t much room for the share price grow beyond what it’s currently trading. So, is there another chance to buy low in the future? Given that MAV Beauty Brands’s share is fairly volatile (i.e. its price movements are magnified relative to the rest of the market) this could mean the price can sink lower, giving us an opportunity to buy later on. This is based on its high beta, which is a good indicator for share price volatility.

What does the future of MAV Beauty Brands look like?



Investors looking for growth in their portfolio may want to consider the prospects of a company before buying its shares. Buying a great company with a robust outlook at a cheap price is always a good investment, so let’s also take

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How YouTube’s anti-haul videos have been given the TikTok makeover

By Alessandro Carrara

The new deinfluencing trend is leaving many beauty brands worried about their reputation about product offering. What key steps can they take to navigate the new anti-consumer trend?

Deinfluencing has largely been brought about by years of economic instability

Deinfluencing has largely been brought about by years of economic instability

After over a decade of beauty influencer marketing, content creators have now taken to TikTok with the new deinfluencing trend.

A typical deinfleuncing video sees a TikToker or influencer name products they do like or outright hate from beauty brands, whilst also recommending competitor brands they prefer.

But the idea of opposing and calling out overconsumption through social media is also not a new concept.

Anti-haul videos, which are essentially a longer format of deinfluencing, have been featured on YouTube as far back as 2017.

So how does deinfluencing differ? And why has it emerged in 2023?

The term, which has been searched more 223 million times on TikTok, has struck a chord with consumers, with videos regularly receiving hundreds of thousands of views….

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What Is ”Gorpcore” Beauty? Here’s What You Need To Know

“Gorpcore” was first coined and talked about by The Cuts Jason Chen in 2017 and has made its way back to the forefront of fashion as the most talked-about trend of 2022. The minimalist, utilitarian and functional movement has now made its way over into our everyday beauty routines.

For those who aren’t aware the name “gorp” is an acronym for “good ole’ raisins and peanuts,” inspired by what is called “camper-chic,” and it serves as a nod to the hiker street style aesthetic that gorpcore is encompassed of. Vests, cargo pants, bomber jackets, hiking boots and trainers are all key components of the trend. Popular bro brands such as The North Face, Patagonia, Salomon and Fear of God Essentials are some of the go-to places for people buying into the style.

What does this have to do with beauty? The gorpcore aesthetic for beauty is all about understated natural makeup. A fresh out-of-bed fresh face is what makes gorp beauty appealing. Your skin-but-better brands such as Glossier, Kosas and Freck are most likely where you may want to invest your money to achieve the look. We’d advise shopping brands that promote a unified complexion, natural-looking mascara and full, fluffy brows.

When it comes to hair styling, loose, natural texture takes the lead. Slicked back buns or ponytails and hair held up by claw clips are all acceptable when it comes to your personal interpretation of gorpcore tresses.

For more inspiration on the beauty front, we’ve rounded up a few Instagrams that adhere to what Gorpcore means. Check them out below.

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Raf Simons, Burberry, JW Anderson to Show During London Fashion Week

Raf Simons will be making its London runway debut this September during the upcoming London Fashion Week, the British Fashion Council revealed Monday with its provisional schedule.

“It’s been a dream for a while to show in London — a city where fashion and creativity is omnipresent in the streets, and where I see exceptional people with a strong unique style,” said the Prada co-creative director.

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“I’m extremely excited that this dream is becoming a reality now, and I’m very happy to welcome the amazing people and faces that make up the London scene to my show. Can’t wait to see you and dance the night away,” added the Belgian designer.

Some 110 brands will be presenting their spring 2023 collections during the five-day event from Sept. 16 to 20.

Burberry, now under new chief executive officer Jonathan Akeroyd, will return to the official calendar with a physical show format after showing digitally for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The brand staged its first physical show after the pandemic off schedule in March earlier this year.

Other brands set to return include JW Anderson, Emilia Wickstead, Erdem, Huishan Zhang, Molly Goddard, Rejina Pyo, Roskanda, Halpern, and Simone Rocha, LVMH Prize winners Nensi Dojaka and S.S. Daley, as well as brands including Richard Malone, Supriya Lele, Knwls, Chopova Lowena, Susan Fang, Pronounce, David Koma, 16Arlington, Daniel Fletcher and Edward Crutchley.

The BFC Newgen show space will continue to be at The Old Selfridges Hotel to provide affordable show space for emerging talents including Asai, Chet Lo, Eftychia, Paolo Carzana, Ancuta Sarca, Stefan Cooke, Yuhan Wang, Sinéad O’Dwyer, Leo Carlton, Di Petsa, Faben, Helen Kirkum, Masha Popova and Harri.

This season, big brands are showing at the beginning of LFW, which is set to drive

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