While millennials may have ushered in the DTC era, Gen Zers are the ones ending it, according to insights shared at the Glossy Beauty Summit.
Despite reports of some retailers slowing retail salesfloor hiring, recent data shows that the market is still competitive for finding and retaining workers.
Following its first livestream shopping festival focused on beauty this summer, YouTube is continuing to bet on shoppable videos for this holiday season.
On this week’s episode of the Glossy Beauty Podcast, Edgewell CEO Rod Little shares details on the company’s acquisition strategy, his thoughts on the FTC decision and ways brands can stay innovative while scaling.
One of makeup’s biggest trendsetters as head makeup artist for HBO’s “Euphoria,” Donni Davy’s work has fueled crazes for everything from face gems to glitter eyeshadow. She launched makeup brand Half Magic in May.
Since its Ark style became the “it” bag of 2016, Jasmin Larian Hekmat’s Cult Gaia has shown it’s more than a one-hit wonder. This year, its Hera bag became part of the post-lockdown party-girl uniform.
Matthew Herman and David Kien’s Boy Smells has gone from side candlemaking project to powerhouse fragrance startup. The “genderful” brand retained its growth trajectory this year with retail expansion, new category launches and celebrity collaborations.
Esi Eggleston Bracey became president of Unilever USA, the company’s largest market for beauty and personal care, in July. While at Unilever, she's championed the CROWN Act, which passed in 10 states this year.
Puig continued to expand its global roster of beauty brands this year, announcing its acquisition of buzzy lifestyle brand Byredo in March. It also took majority stakes in Loto del Sur and Kama Ayurveda.