Buoyed by funding from Vaultier7 and a new deal with Sephora, the brand founded by influencer Negin Mirsalehi is now poised to expand rapidly in the U.S.
The digital platform, Frontline Fortnight, is created by celebrity hairstylists Lucy Halperin, Jeremy Tardo and Amanda Shuttleworth.
“It’ll be a long term challenge for us to really flip that narrative and say that there’s nothing wrong with frizz.”
The Dresscode Project provides gender-inclusive haircuts and services to the LGBTQ community.
The hairstylist and his husband and business partner, Jason Backe, discuss racial injustice and the reopening of their “smart” salon, a “COVID-19-safe concept” that’s arguably the beauty shop of the future.
WWD is breaking out the essential fall hairstyles for 2020, straight from the runways of the European fashion weeks.
The luxury, honey bee-inspired hair-care brand founded by the influencer Negin Mirsalehi is gunning for revenues of $100 million-plus after investment from Vaultier7.
The brand just released a line of hair accessories for natural, curly and textured hair.
The brand, funded by The Only Agency, will first release a hair mask that doubles as a leave-in conditioner.
Influencer Mindy McKnight, mom to influencers Brooklyn and Bailey McKnight, partnered with Maesa on the line.