Beauty establishments and barber shops are looking to reopen their doors and receive financial relief.
Japan’s largest beauty company said the deal could take place around the first half of 2021.
“These measures do give more confidence to foreign brands to bring their brands into India.”
Japan’s largest beauty company is reportedly in talks with CVC Capital Partners to divest its noncore holdings.
Matteo Magnani, formerly of P&G, has been appointed to that role at the Swiss fragrance and flavors supplier.
The premier travel-retail trade show was canceled last year, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
P&G predicts permanent shifts toward e-commerce and reputable brands.
P&G has a new CFO, Harvey Nichols has a new head of beauty, and SkinCeuticals gets a new general manager in the U.S.
Designer Norma Kamali chronicled her lifelong journey with wellness in her new book, “I Am Invincible.”
2020 data from IRI points to beauty’s bright spots in the year ahead.
Under new owners Desirée Rogers and Cheryl Mayberry McKissack, Black Opal is launching at Ulta with new products, cleaning up formulations and aiming to be the go-to brand for women of color.
Clean beauty, hair care, and long-wear color: where the mass market is hedging its bets in 2021.
The executive says the brand is getting back to growth.
The company continues to partner with professionals at medical spas, beauty spas and salons as part of its strategy to reach consumers.
The online platform sells Black- and brown-owned beauty brands.
France is the first EU country where beauty-makers are able to apply for a certificate of “good manufacturing practices” and safety assessment needed for exporting such products.
The agreement, dubbed Vertical Beauty Alliance, offers full services for brands going to market.
Reed’s fluid fashions have been worn by Harry Styles, Solange Knowles and Troye Sivan.
At $19 each, that would put the company at well over $10 million in product sales since launch.
Ipsy is adding Pat McGrath Labs, Briogeo, Uoma and other Black-owned beauty brands into Glam Bags this year.
The executive now also heads up the French beauty maker’s corporate social responsibility.
Data from Spate shows growing search volume for different social media aesthetics.
Green’s goal for the campaign, which benefits frontline workers at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, is $100,000.
“Every tenet of our business has to do with breaking the rules,” Dineh Mohajer said.
E-commerce, curbside pickup, Ulta Beauty with Target and Sephora with Kohl’s. The beauty retailing shifts you should pay attention to for 2021.