cosmetics

Spotify expands merch to beauty products, sells out tickets for Who We Be

Spotify, the $16 billion digital music “startup” that is hotly tipped for an IPO, continues to lay the groundwork to diversify its platform beyond basic streaming. In the latest developmen

Beauty startup Glossier will start shipping to Canada, the U.K. and France, with more countries to come

Glossier, the direct-to-consumer beauty startup that’s raised $34.4 million in funding so far, will kick off its international expansion this month.

Scentbird plans expansion into home fragrances and personal care products

The perfume and makeup subscription service Scentbird intends to launch into the home and personal care markets in the fall.

Thirsting for a new media empire, Beautycon raises $9 million

With $9 million in new funding, Beautycon is ready for its closeup.

Online Korean beauty retailer Memebox raises $60M more to sharpen its focus on the U.S.

Memebox, a Y Combinator startup that sells Korean beauty products in the U.S. and Asia, has raised $60 million. The cash is an extension of the firm's Series C round which initially closed at $65.95 m

Althea raises $3.5M to sell Korean beauty products online in Southeast Asia

Althea, a Korea-based company that exports and sells cosmetics and beauty products to Southeast Asia, has closed a $3.5 million Series A round for expansion.

Stowaway Cosmetic’s Chelsa Crowley on her “right size” makeup empire

Stowaway Cosmetics is a startup taking on the $60 billion makeup industry by selling pint-sized lipsticks, blushes and foundations direct to consumers. Chelsa Crowley and her co-founder Julie Fredrick

CosmEthics Is An App To Analyze The Make Up Of Your Make-Up

The cosmetics industry is massive. It's also massively secretive when it comes to the ingredients contained in its expensive lotions and potions. That's something CosmEthics -- a startup launching its

Data Is Becoming The Beauty Box End Goal

The beauty box concept is a few years old now, but some of the newer beauty box startups in Asia have modified their business models to be more data-centric, as competition floods the market. The way

Nerdy Brit girls invent dope sunlight-sensitive nail polish to quash school rules

[photopress:varnish1.jpg,full,center] OK, this is really rad. Some students at a British high-school wanted to wear colored nail polish, but their school prohibited any kind of make up. They found the

Home Spray Tan

There are numerous ways to get that “healthy” looking tan, including just laying out in the sun. But if you don’t have time for that, you can go out and get a spray on tan — but that also