The sunscreen label, which received a $1 million investment from a private funding source in May, is the only indie Black-owned brand carried by Target nationwide in the sun-care category.
After a coronavirus-induced pivot to philanthropy, the brand, Woo, is expanding next week.
New data from Klarna indicates younger consumers are gaining more interest in beauty.
The Black-owned Topicals beauty brand targets chronic skin conditions, and amassed a wait list of 10,000 pre-launch.
“There was a real friction point in not having something that could serve everyone.”
“I’m not the typical cookie-cutter artist or person — I do what I want to do when I want to do it and how I want to do it.”
“She’s been wanting to do something in beauty and wellness for quite some time.”
The clean beauty brand spun the coronavirus into an opportunity to accelerate expansion efforts.
“We literally went out and bought a phone, and got a phone number, and you can text us.”
The partnership continues the brand’s skin-inclusive campaigns and initiatives.
The eponymous Eau de Parfum will hit stores this month, and could spell further beauty expansions for the designer.
Item Beauty, backed by brand incubator Madeby Collective, will launch on Aug. 11 with six products.
The ad celebrates Calvin Klein Fragrances’ latest scents.
A variety of high-tech devices help to limit human-to-human contact even in the physical store.
Elaluz, which translates to “she is light” in Coelho’s native Portuguese language, will bow online on Aug. 3 with two products.
Traditionally a category that favors brick-and-mortar, new digital tools and formats like live streaming have helped cosmetics sales soar.
The German chemical and consumer goods company is acquiring a 75 percent stake in Invincible Brands Holding from Capital D private equity fund.
The brand is celebrating its new cleanser launch with a multipronged foray into the world of gaming.