Zara has announced the launch of a new foundation range. The Limitless Soft Matte Foundation is designed to be layered for an expert-level make-up look and is available in 51 shades, organized by three undertones.
L’Occitane has announced that it has acquired majority control of Australian cosmeceutical brand, Grown Alchemist.
Essie has announced its philanthropic partnership in the US with The Foundation for Art & Healing’s Project UnLonely.
Decentraland has launched what it is claiming to be the first fashion week to be held in the metaverse. The virtual reality platform will showcase new clothing collections from assorted brands this week, according to a report published by Dezeen.com.
L’Oréal Canada has announced the creation of two new strategic leadership roles. Effective immediately, Solenne Lafeytaud has been named Vice President and Chief Corporate Affairs and Engagement Officer and Marie-Evelyne Francois appointed Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer.
Unilever has announced a pilot of the GreenToken by SAP solution to further increase traceability and transparency in Unilever’s global palm oil supply chain.
Home appliance company Sharp Corp has entered the cosmetics market with the launch of a medicated moisturizing cream.
Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty brand is rumoured to be entering the metaverse, with the star filing a trademark to sell the products as virtual cosmetics.
PZ Cussons has announced the acquisition of baby and personal care brand Childs Farm.
Holland & Barrett has made its entire suncare range reef safe, by banning the sale of all sun care products containing the ingredients Oxybenzone and Octinoxate, said to be damaging for the ocean, from all nationwide stores and on its website.