Tula, the New York-based doctor-founded skin care brand which was recently acquired by Procter & Gamble, is heading down under, expanding distribution to one of the most prominent beauty retailers in Australia and New Zealand.
Sharon Chuter, the Founder of Pull Up For Change and Uoma Beauty, revealed her latest Make It Black campaign with a roster of new beauty exclusives. Make It Black debuted in 2021 as a collaboration with several brands to create limited edition black packaging for select items during Black History Month.
Even in an ongoing pandemic—or maybe because of it—consumers want to touch, feel, and play with products. Driving this sentiment home is the debut of four brands in various retailer partners, with the key goal of offering accessibility and launching new categories.
Farfetch Limited, the global luxury fashion platform, has announced it will acquire luxury beauty retailer, Violet Grey, for an undisclosed sum. Since its launch in 2014, Violet Grey has become a launchpad for luxe beauty brands.
Published reports are saying that Glossier is laying off over 80 employees, about one-third of the DTC brand’s corporate workforce.
Modern Retail, the first to report the news after obtaining an internal Glossier email, reported that Glossier CEO Emily Weiss, said in the email, “We have made the incredibly tough decision to part ways with over 80 members of our Glossier team.”
Billie, the female-focused DTC shave brand, is moving to brick and mortar with a new deal that will bring products to more than 4,000 U.S. Walmart stores and Walmart.com beginning February 2022. As a digital-first brand, the retail expansion will introduce the products to millions of new consumers across the country.
Fueled by a $150 million strategic minority investment from L Catterton private equity firm in the fourth quarter, customizable hair care brand Function of Beauty kicked off an exciting new distribution expansion: the brand’s foray into brick and mortar December 27. The move begs the question, “How does a customizable brand sell in-store?”
Business-to-business ecommerce marketplace Alibaba.com has announced the winners of the company’s first-ever Alibaba.com Grants Program, which awards 50 U.S.-based entrepreneurs a $10,000 cash grant. The initiative comes at a time when 44 percent of entrepreneurs say they require $5,000 or less in the first six months of launching their business.
Cosmetic Executive Women, Inc. (CEW) is a nonprofit, professional organization with more than 10,500+ members globally, both men and women, from over 3,500 companies in the beauty and retail industries.
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