Beauty brands love to innovate. Now, the focus turns to fragrance, with a surprising way to package this precious product.
Perhaps inspired by Chloe’s recent foray into perfume applied with a brush, several brands have followed suit with their own versions. Here are 3 which stand out.
From thermal products to animal ingredients, here’s what’s been on our radar.
While Professional Beauty continues to tour the UK, 3 products stood out earlier this month, when the capital played host. While the event celebrates pioneering beauty brands on a number of fronts, it’s the tech category that always seems the most revolutionary – and here are the nifty gadgets that took centre stage.
As Easter looms, Lush cosmetics pulls the rabbit out of the hat – literally – with a selection of sweet surprises that pair their trademark humour with their animal-friendly image.
While retail may not seem the place to pitch politics, sometimes brands recognise their power as a platform for change. In light of the current political uncertainty surrounding Trump’s presidency, beauty company, Illamasqua, have taken a stand against what they see to be a threat to their values and identity.
Founded by Soap & Glory’s creator, beloved by British Vogue and dubbed ‘the Netflix of beauty’, Beauty Pie – a subscription service that unlocks make-up at factory prices – certainly has all the hallmarks of an innovative, successful brand. But it is too good to be true? Here’s our analysis.
You are what you eat – or so the saying goes. But how true is this for beauty? In an age of Insta-selfies, Facebook gym check-ins and Veganuary, what you put into your body is just as important as what you put on it.
Our newest blog series, The Beauty Bulletin, explores the latest make-up marvels to hit the market – and the techier, the better. Here are the 3 need-to-know trends that are happening right now.