Scandal marks the first men’s fragrance introduced by the brand since it was taken in house by Puig in 2016.
As the face of the new Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia scent, the artist will appear in a series of images and a video directed by Petra Collins.
Centered around “radical inclusivity,” Uoma by Sharon C. is launching at Walmart on June 18.
Rachel Roff, founder and chief executive officer of Urban Skin Rx, said the products took a decade to formulate.
The brand is using new product technology to widen its audience to include more varied curl types and textures.
The fashion and fragrance brand will kick off numerous activations for Pride month, including a digital campaign, called “Free to Love, Free to Be Me.”
“When someone sees me, a founder and mom of three toddlers with a corporate background, talking about my health and wellness routine which includes things like cannabis and masturbation, they are more inclined to listen and adopt the products and routines that help me,” said Amanda Goetz of House of Wise.
Following the lifting of mask mandates, search traffic for lip cosmetics skyrocketed, in one case, over 1,000 percent year-over-year.
Running July 5 to 31, the project will encourage consumers to return to shop beauty products in perfumeries through gifting activities.
According to Traackr, inclusivity across social marketing posts is quickly becoming table stakes for consumers.
Fresha provides booking and payments software to spas and salons.
For the first time since the Accelerate Program’s inception, Sephora promised to add all eight participants to its brand matrix.
Lazartigue estimates $3 million in total U.S. sales within the next year.
Conservation has always been part of the DNA of the house, said Laurent Kleitman, its president and chief executive officer.
Hair, makeup and nail artists are taking clients at reduced capacity, while also searching for ways to diversify revenue streams.
Beauty Story is focused on developing sustainable cosmetics products, using consumer data to identify industry white spaces.
The home fragrance specialist’s CEO Pierpaolo Manes discussed the collaboration and mapped out the future strategies for the brand and its sister firms Bakel and Scent Company.
The YouTube star is teaming up with the French skateboard brand for limited-edition clothes and a New York City pop-up store.
The first stock keeping units are slated to launch in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Products include hair care goods, lash and brow serums, and gummy supplements.
Li Jiaqi, Babe, Ximen and Late Night Teacher Xu lead the ranking.
Jo Horgan described services as a “key unlocker” to the future of brick-and-mortar retail, as they translate into increased traffic and higher sales.
Donny Salazar, MasonHub CEO and founder, sees opportunities for beauty brands to increase conversions and cart size by “bundling” products.
The firm talks to Beauty Inc about compliance changes in the beauty industry due to COVID-19.
Executives from Amyris, Codex Beauty and Geltor discuss biotech’s growing impact on beauty — and what they’re eyeing for innovation.
NielsenIQ discusses its deep dive into consumer trends from the beauty sphere.
With sales of prestige makeup down 34 percent last year, industry leaders discuss current trends and what’s next.
The skin care line blends actives with natural antimicrobial ingredients.
The company will instead focus on hair care and hair color in the Japanese market.