While the explosion in online beauty consultations was born out of necessity, the boost in sales means most brands will continue doing them in a post-crisis world.
Billie brings a new energy to P&G’s grooming business — earlier this year, the brand launched a campaign that featured pubic hair.
Method Men will launch shampoo and conditioner in the spring and its fifth design partnership with Cooper Hewitt in February.
These aren’t your grandmother’s products.
The campaign features athletes and fathers who share names with popular sports stars.
Six hundred attendees flocked to Pier 17 for a day of Goop-approved activities at the company’s second New York event, paying a minimum of $1,000 to do so.
Consumers are more concerned than ever with germs and that is opening up the floodgates for retailers to sell anti-bacteria beauty products, especially in the booming self-care business.
Unilever is adding wipes and smaller sizes to keep its leadership position in the $3 billion-plus deodorant category.
A new cream from Sol de Janeiro called Coco Cabana is off to a brisk start.
Entrepreneur and cofounder Matthias Metternich is ceo, while Bryant is a founding partner, with a roster of star athletes as ambassadors.