The future of beauty includes customers discovering products through potentially digital services, according to L'Oréal's chief digital officer.
Dermstore saw its return on investment soar 67 percent and revenues expanded more than 600 percent after partnering with Narrativ.
The purchase pushes the French beauty giant deeper into tech.
Skin care is on the rise in the country as consumers turn to multipurpose, clean and antipollution products.
New brands and online retailers are exciting consumers as they embrace beauty trends.
WWD went behind the scenes to find what makes them tick.
Exports from France grew 12 percent in 2017 versus 2016.
The fragrance brand is launching a signature and limited-edition lipstick collection.
U.S. CPG companies have expanded the cult French skin-care staple to the hair and body categories.
It's Diptyque's first pop-up shop entirely dedicated to fragrance.
Aqua will launch first as an e-commerce exclusive.
Dr. Choy is recognized as part of L’Oréal-Unesco’s 20th annual For Women in Science Awards in Paris.
Ulta Beauty is adding Caption to its nail assortment.
Clairol plans to ignite at-home hair-color sales with a reboot of Nice 'n Easy and a campaign to show it off.
After expanding distribution to 1,100 Kohl’s doors late last year, the brand is launching an exclusive collection at Ulta Beauty.
Omnia Pink Sapphire is Bulgari's first fragrance for Gen Z.
Heidi Manheimer has joined as the brand's executive chairman.
Heritage fragrance brands are looking to influencers, “Insta-worthy” bottles and digital campaigns to attract the Generation Z customer.
Counterfeiting is big business in beauty, where celebrity images are often used to bait consumers, but copycats products are what they really receive.
Bröö is rolling out to CVS and launching Bröö Moods aromatherapy lotions in 3,000 Walmart doors.
The beauty giant is turning to tech to take a more personalized approach.