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How Tiyana Robinson Is Leaving a Beauty Mark on Her Industry
She's teaching women to be 'solutionary' in their lives and businesses.
She Was Rejected On Shark Tank. Then She Used That To Her Advantage.
Melissa Butler knew her line of brightly colored lipsticks would be a hit. So when the beauty industry ignored her, she kept moving forward.
How This Founder Built a $90 Million Skincare Business With No Beauty-Industry Experience
To create Rodial, Maria Hatzistefanis threw herself into a crash course on beauty manufacturing.
This Facial Shop Focused on Helping People Instead of Pushing Products -- and Raised $8 Million in the Process
Heyday founders Adam Ross and Michael Pollak are on a mission to "take the facial out of the spa."
The Founder of Miss Jessie's Got Retail Placement by Asking a Stock Boy for Intel
After an entrepreneurial failure, Miko Branch launched a new business out of necessity -- and identified a lucrative, underserved market in the haircare industry.
How This YouTuber With Millions of Followers Used the Platform to Create Her Dream Job
Jenn Im's visual diary of her life opened the door for her to become a designer.
Bluemercury Founder Marla Beck on Why You Should Do the Things That Terrify You
The cosmetics brand CEO says 'discomfort means you're going to learn something new.'
The Mentor for This Clean Beauty Retail Founder Lent Her Influence and Credibility
Follain's Tara Foley started with zero experience in starting a clean beauty business -- but support from her mentor Jodie McLean, CEO of real estate company Edens, helped open doors.
'You Can Have It All, But It's a Sh*t Show,' Find These Two Beauty Industry Mavens
Trèstique co-founder Jennifer Kapahi leans on Elana Drell-Szyfer, CEO of ReVive Skincare, for advice in business and life.
This Cosmetics Company CEO Turned a $1 Million Packaging Fail into Quadrupled Sales. Here's How.
Carisa Janes, founder and CEO of Hourglass Cosmetics, had to pull more than 10,000 units of foundation off Sephora's shelves in 2012. She went into fix-it mode and turned things around.