L’Oréal-owned NYX Professional Makeup has launched a DAO named Gorjs as an online beauty ‘incubator’ as well as 1,000 Ethereum NFTs called FKWME pass, according to a report by L’Oreal Finance.
Beiersdorf-owned Nivea has created a cosmetic sunscreen for a child sufferer of the condition erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP).
Skincare brand Augustinus Bader expands into professional beauty with first London Treatment Centre in partnership with Lanserhof
Skincare brand Augustinus Bader has launched its first London treatment centre in partnership with Lanserhof, according to a report by WWD.com.
Tangle Teezer has announced a new innovation advisory board panel, which will see global business leaders and experts in retail, haircare, technology, ESG and scientific communities help bolster future growth of the company.
L’Oréal Paris has collaborated with collectible toy brand RobbiART on a limited edition collection featuring gift boxes and art toys, according to a report by Jing Daily.
L’Oréal has unveiled two new technology prototypes at CES 2023, including HAPTA and L’Oréal Brow Magic.
In our humble opinion, 2022 wasn’t a year of huge innovation. Launches were subdued compared to pre-pandemic but if there was one prevailing trend among the launches of the year it was celebrity, celebrity and a bit more celebrity.
Scent Beauty and Kylie Minogue has announced the launch of the singer’s latest fragrance, Disco Darling.
Avon has partnered with Perfect Corp to launch a virtual try-on (VTO) online shopping experience in nine initial markets, including the UK.
Schwarzkopf has launched a new sustainable haircare range, promoting the range via a company by media company Connecting Plots.