Gustavo Arnal is joining Avon.
The brand is the first to take a modernized approach to selling women’s shaving products.
By championing inclusivity, Jackie Aina is breaking down barriers—and attracting a significant following to boot.
L’Oréal’s acquisition of ModiFace gives the beauty giant the tools needed to get closer to its mission of being the biggest beauty technology company.
Beauty brands are starting to focus more specifically on products for people of color.
At Tatcha, Vicky Tsai is committed to having personal connections with customers and working with Rooms to Read, a nonprofit focused on girls’ education and literacy.
With its Counteract Coalition, Beautycounter is striving to implement safer regulations in the beauty industry.
With the brand’s first investment, Huda Kattan is building her namesake brand into a big industry player.
Fenty Beauty’s philosophy of championing diversity has resonated across its social media platforms.
Transparency, digital savviness and curated offerings are helping these retailers lead the pack.
Hennington has shaped the mass market retailer’s beauty category with a focus on diversity, technology and passionate sales associates.