Sun Protection Brands View Gwyneth Paltrow’s Spotty Sunscreen Application Going Viral As A Teaching Moment

Gwyneth Paltrow recently came under fire for something unrelated to exploding vagina-themed candles or unsubstantiated claims about yoni eggs.  Last week, after Vogue posted a video of the Goop founder and actress sharing...

Social Media Audio App Clubhouse Adds Payment Option For Creators

Paid speaking engagements aren’t only in-person gigs now. Clubhouse has introduced a program enabling people to send money to speakers on its platform.  “We’re thrilled to begin rolling out Payments—our first monetization feature...

When Is An Image A Harmful Lie? Beauty Brands Weigh In On The Great Debate Over Social Media Filters

Huda Beauty founder Huda Kattan has committed to not using filters on her Instagram account and agreed to an advertising rule enacted in the United Kingdom that prohibits misleading filters. The advertising rule...

What’s Behind Beauty Brands’ Uneasy Relationship With Amazon?

There are more active Amazon users than people living in Indonesia, the fourth-most populated country in the world with some 273 million inhabitants. The sheer reach of the e-tail giant, which continues to mount, presents an

Unilever Is Excising The Word “Normal” From Beauty Packaging. What Other Words Should Be Excised From Beauty?

Unilever recently announced it would eliminate the word “normal” from its beauty product packaging. In light of the company’s move, we ask 21 beauty brand founders and executives: What word or term do you think should...

After The Atlanta Shootings, Fears Over Safety Rise At Asian American-Owned Spas And Salons

In the wake of shootings that killed eight people in the Atlanta area last month, including six of Asian descent, the places where the victims worked—Gold Spa, Young’s Asian Massage and Aromatherapy Spa—have been splashed across the news....