The business plans to phase out its beta app and focus on its web site going forward.
New data from Tribe Dynamics shows near unprecedented traction for a brand before launch.
As the demand for social justice spreads across the globe, Beauty Inc asked The Benchmarking Co. to survey brands on how they are responding — and the changes they’re making to be truly inclusive.
With color cosmetics sales in the U.S. facing steep declines due to the coronavirus pandemic, the biggest brands are hurting the most.
Balbale is replacing Jody Pinson in a new role that oversees both e-commerce and the in-store shopping experience.
The Unilever-owned brand has a new redesign to mark its retail distribution that will begin in October at Walmart.
Founder Keenan Beasley compared the line to “ath-leisure” for textured hair.
The second iteration of the “WeCosmoprof” format will run Oct. 5 to 18.
Boyega was swapped in Jo Malone’s Chinese campaign with Chinese actor Haoran Liu, without notice from the brand.
Ellen Covey is a professor with a passion for bats, a perfumer and a professional orchid-grower.
The brand’s first go in the category launches on its web site and with Scent Beauty today.
“We’re delivering the benefits…of the microbes that we once had on our body and our skin.”
Kim Kardashian West, Cher and Lionel Richie all made virtual appearances.
“A lot of it had to do with the pandemic and many consumers in lockdown and an increased amount of working from home.”
The makeup artist, known for her imaginative, edgy and sometimes dark looks, has been noticed by industry figures like Erin Parsons and Mert Alas.
The lash brand claims imports of Kiss lash products violate a tariff act.
After 15 years in development, the Paris-based brand debuts their latest antiaging treatment.
Martin Brok, a former Starbucks executive, will become the beauty retailer’s president and chief executive officer, reporting to Chris de Lapuente.
“For TRESemmé, it was a no-brainer to say, ‘where could we help?’ And that we could make this pledge, $100,000, to help women in cosmetology.”
Martin Brok, a former Starbucks executive, will report to Chris de Lapuente, who is adding other responsibilities within parent company LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.
The company through its Healthy Lives Mission is pledging to invest $800 million by 2030 on initiatives to better the health of people and the planet.
The singer spoke with WWD about collaborating on the fragrance advertising, his upcoming film project and memoir.
Desdoigts & Associés will join the Maire Claire Beauty Group, which was formed in 2015.
The line makes its debut in the retailer next month with 12 stockkeeping units.