Both brands made a big impact in their launch year for their innovative products and conscious approaches.
A look at Blushington’s Upper East Side flagship to see how its regular clients are using their unlimited memberships.
Five years since the first Beautycon festival, Moj Mahdara has plans to experiment with social selling and new retail channels.
Coffee and dry shampoo proved to be a popular combination.
Benefit Cosmetics and Olay have seen success this year thanks to product innovations and influencer initiatives.
The first female ceo in Revlon’s history, Debra Perelman is making bold moves to restore the iconic beauty business to its leadership role in the industry.
Beauty investors went after brands, direct sellers, manufacturing and wellness in 2018.
Using data collected from the 500,000-plus appointments it has completed, Glamsquad is launching a hair-care line, with makeup to follow in the new year.
The Birchbox boutiques within Walgreens’ doors are designed with the casual beauty shopper in mind.
A specially created sneaker by the Shoe Surgeon for the Dr. Brandt Foundation will be on sale with proceeds going to fund community partnership mental health programs at the University of Miami.