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It’s no secret that natural beauty is a serious obsession at Well+Good. Every month we share our favorite clean beauty launches, a few months ago we led a natural beauty summit in Los Angeles that drew top West Coast beauty gurus (and a capacity crowd of 350 Well+Good readers!)—and now we’re bringing the conversation to New York City.

On July 20, we will be hosting “The Future of Natural Beauty: What’s Hot Now, What’s Next,” with our partners Samsung and Wanderlust, to get the inside scoop on what’s happening in the industry—and, more importantly, your makeup bag. (And share it with you! Tickets are free for Well+Good readers—click here to RSVP.)

“We’re on the cusp of a huge clean beauty revolution in this country where what we put on our skin is viewed as important as the food we eat.”

“Most women I talk to are so surprised when I tell them what’s actually in their favorite skin-care products. Not to be a buzzkill, but we’ve been led to assume everything is safe,” says Melisse Gelula, Well+Good’s co-founder, editorial director and a natural beauty expert.

Gelula will lead a lively conversation with skin care pros Adina Grigore, founder of S.W. Basics and author of Skin Cleanse: The Simple, All-Natural Program for Clear, Calm, Happy Skin, and Christy Coleman, celebrity makeup artist and BeautyCounter‘s head of creative design.

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The “Natural Beauty: Now and Next at Wanderlust Hollywood” event in Los Angeles, led by Melisse Gelula. Photo: Well+Good

“We’re on the cusp of a huge clean beauty revolution in this country where what we put on our skin is viewed as important as the food we eat and people become incredibly more aware of the ingredients and lack of oversight,” Gelula says. “I’m thrilled to have Adina and Christy join me in conversation since they are huge brainiacs in the nontoxic skin-care and make-up space.”

They’ll be talking all things clean beauty: what’s trending right now, and what’s next in the natural beauty world. If you care about what you put on your skin—or have questions about it—it’s a can’t-miss event.

The Future of Natural Beauty: What’s Hot Now, What’s Next, part of the Samsung Wanderlust Speakeasy series, 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 20, at Samsung 837,  837 Washington St., New York, NY, 10014. Attendance is free. Click here to RSVP.

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