Much in the way that fashion has gone through upheavals and paradigm shifts in the past decade -- like Lululemon bringing athleisure to the masses or how the luxury market is now enamored with casual streetwear -- so is beauty, increasingly blending into wellness and vice versa.
Called Hers, the brand is directly modeled after Hims -- offering telemedicine services and non-prescription hair and skincare products -- but geared towards women. This includes access to birth control pills; a prescription strength retinol cream, acne cream and Melasma corrector cream; Addyi for hyposexual desire disorder; and minoxidil for...
Artisinal fragrance creators such as Etat Libre d'Orange are influencing a $49 billion global industry.
While fellow clean beauty retailers like Follain and Credo Beauty are continuing their breakneck pace of brick-and-mortar expansion amidst a booming natural beauty market that reached $1.3 billion in sales in 2017, The Detox Market is pumping the brakes.
Carisa Janes discussed with Glossy why Hourglass needs three years to go vegan, how it uses Instagram to its advantage and what luxury means in the beauty world.
Artificial intelligence has the capacity to change the fragrance industry by absorbing millions of data points relating to taste preferences, demographics, consumer personality, available ingredients or alternatives, and creating a fragrance that is both marketable and customized to a specific market within a matter of minutes.
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The clean beauty industry has some dirty secrets.
Prose, an artificially-intelligent hair care brand that launched nine months ago, is releasing a new product – a customized hair oil – in order to test customer appetite for a new product category while still attempting to balance being a voice of authority with a curated assortment.