With New Brand Solara Suncare’s Clean Formulas, Mineral Sunscreen Usage Doesn’t Come At The Expense Of Good Skincare
While on a beach vacation four years ago, Stephanie DiPisa’s then 8-year-old son Joseph broke out in a terrible rash. “It had gotten so bad that we had to stay out of the sun and in the hotel room,” she says. “That’s the worst thing you can do on vacation when you’re at the ...
Quip, Oral-B And Boka Sell Replaceable Toothbrush Heads. Now, Beautiac Is Bringing The Refill Concept To Makeup Brushes.
After a particularly bad bout of breakouts three years ago, a friend told Drea Gunness-Groeschel that her dirty makeup brushes could be to blame. Like most friends, Gunness-Groeschel’s was right, and she pledged to wash the brushes regularly to keep them from getting grubby. The best-laid plans of makeup users often go awry, though. ...
Beauty Backer Is Launching The First Beauty-Specific Crowdfunding Platform
Self-professed amateur inventor Jacqueline Gutierrez wanted to bring her idea for clip-free extensions letting people easily dabble in different colors without damaging their hair to life, but ran into a common problem: money. She estimated it would take $30,000 to pay for the tooling required to manufacture the hair extensions. Gutierrez, whose professional background ...
How And Why The BrowGal’s Tonya Crooks Created Sub-Brand Arches & Halos To Sell At Target
What prompted brow expert Tonya Crooks to create mass brand Arches & Halos? She wasn’t pressed for something to do. Crooks’ Los Angeles brow-shaping salon is thriving, and she has the upscale The BrowGal brand that’s sold at luxury retailers such as Bloomingdale’s, Revolve, Selfridges and Nordstrom. The reason for Crooks’ sub-brand ...
Rae Co-Founders And Former Target Execs Angela Tebbe and Eric Carl Believe Cool, Effective Supplements Shouldn’t Cost A Ton
Emerging brands like Ritual, Seed, Moon Juice, Goop, WelleCo and The Beauty Chef have transformed the stodgy vitamin segment with chic packaging, sophisticated marketing, clean ingredients and advanced science, but Angela Tebbe and Eric Carl believe they’re missing out on an important group of consumers: mainstream shoppers. The former Target executives (she was ...