Parfums de Coeur embraces new name as it sets its sights on evolving into a major beauty and personal care platform.
Beauty Product Market
L'Oréal USA is collaborating with tech accelerator Grand Central Tech to help select the 2015-16 class of startups.
The L'Oréal Foundation and UNESCO will present in March the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards. Meanwhile, passengers going through the terminals of the Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports will discover an exhibition of the five laureates by photographer Brigitte Lacombe.
Feminine care brand Always continues its mission to build girls' confidence at puberty via the Always #LikeAGirl campaign.
Competition between beauty brands and services, and even experiences like vacations and entertainment, is altering the beauty landscape as nearly 6 million fewer women in the United States shopped for beauty in 2014, according to the NPD Group.
Target further expands its beauty portfolio with new line of hair care products for adults and little ones.
RB’s footcare line Amope is taking on New York and partnering with supermodel and "The Fab Life" co-host Chrissy Teigen to give Grand Central Terminal a makeover, turning it into a fairytale-inspired pedicure station.
Mark Hill Salon Professional, which was developed by British celebrity hairstylist Mark Hill, has secured its first partnership since its U.S. introduction in 2013.
Unilever to expand portfolio by acquiring a British skin care brand. The deal is expected to close in May.
Dickinson's Original Witch Hazel on Friday launched a gentle cleansing wipe solution.