News and Articles About Beauty Businesses
Before this week, the company hadn't raised venture funding since 2012.
BKR water bottles are sold on the beauty floors of department stores internationally, and marketed as fashion accessories.
This one-of-a-kind partnership helps a high-end salon stand apart while still maximizing exposure to an affluent audience.
News and Trends
The expansion comes as the company faces allegations that it has been not-so-honest about its ingredients and product efficacy.
With affordable pricing, convenient locations and online scheduling systems, franchising is making health and beauty services accessible to all.
If I Knew Then
The cosmetics company founder Essie Weingarten reflects on the obstacles and triumphs of growing a business.
When Laura Geller made the emotionally-wrought decision to take on private equity investors, it forever altered the trajectory of the cosmetics company she founded 17 years ago.
Burt's Bees, famous for its lip balm, got its start after Shavitz picked up a hitchhiker in 1984.
They used to be in oil and gas; now these guys are into waxing. No, not cars -- women's legs.
The millennial-leaning range, entitled Nudestix, consists exclusively of easy-to-apply makeup crayons.
Blo, an international franchise, attracted the attention of Gwyneth Paltrow and others.
Far Out Tech
Global cosmetics giant L'Oréal is giving its product testing process a high-tech facelift, using 3-D printed human skin.
Ipsy, which charges users $10 per month for a 'Glam Bag' full of five sample-sized beauty products, just crossed the 1 million subscriber milestone.
Startups and established brands alike are trying to lure men to the world of beauty, but the CEO of Dollar Shave Club says some hand-holding is required.