Transgender men and women and gender-nonconforming people — especially those of color — remain absent from the beauty industry’s highest tiers.
New data from LeanIn.org and McKinsey and Co.’s annual Women in the Workplace study shows the coronavirus pandemic’s disproportionate impact on women at work.
The Kosé-owned beauty brand is rolling out a number of initiatives to mark its 50th anniversary.
The skin-care label will next launch a $285 eye cream, out in March 2021.
Meet the 2020 CEW Top Talent Award honorees.
The company plans to open brick-and-mortar shops in 2021.
Ten international investors took a stake that’s equivalent to 17 percent of the niche fragrance label’s capital.
Yarbro is looking to grow his audience.
The French perfumery brand was founded in 1975 and relaunched in 2016.
The French beauty giant teamed with Total and LanzaTech on the project.
“Considering our unparalleled growth online, we are receiving lots of inbound interest.”
The brand, Henry Rose, now provides body creams, candles, oil diffusers and hand sanitizer.
L’Oréal gained a new chief executive officer, and Tom Ford has a new senior vice president of global marketing.
The hairstylist worked with legions of well-known women, photographers and magazine editors.
The group’s current deputy ceo, in charge of divisions, has a soft spot for music and science fiction.
Daniel Martin, Michael Anthony and more share their favorite past Halloween makeup looks.
The pure-play online beauty retailer was the year’s biggest Australian share market float.
Holiday predictions from Spate show the home spa environment reigning supreme.
Sales from France’s beauty product exports should return to pre-coronavirus levels by 2023.
From launching new labels to mining established brands’ heritage, industry experts share strategic insights.
Coty is hiring L’Oréal veteran Isabelle Bonfanti and Guerlain’s chief digital officer Jean-Denis Mariani.
The makeup products will be available at the brand’s new Garange Ventuno temporary store opening in Osaka on Nov. 4.
The launch is available today and enters select retailers on Nov. 1.
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“It reinvigorated the mission—that we were a brand centered around Black beauty,” she said of pivoting to respond to the racial reckoning and social justice uprisings.
“If you don’t change the makeup of the people in the room making investment decisions, how are you going to confirm you’re looking at and seeing the brands across the ecosystem?
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McEniry, president of ELC’s online division, will be succeeded by Gibu Thomas, who joins the company from PepsiCo.
The makeup artist to the stars releases her first product today, the blighlighter.
The collaboration reimagines The Laundress’ hero products in aromatherapeutic scents.