Sales of high-end hair products grew 32 percent in 2021 and more brands are debuting science-backed scalp serums and hair repair treatments in response to customer demand.
Shiseido’s $845 million acquisition of Drunk Elephant was the most buzzed-about beauty deal of 2019. Here’s how the Japanese conglomerate plans to turn its new brand into a global powerhouse.
The Japanese beauty giant will purchase the clean skincare brand for $845 million, adding to a prestige portfolio that includes Shiseido, Nars, Clé de Peau Beauté and Laura Mercier.
The Japanese beauty company's latest venture is indicative of its attempts to bolster its presence among younger shoppers.
Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty, Drunk Elephant, Charlotte Tilbury and others are using a variety of tactics to bypass a Chinese law that mandates animal testing for foreign brands.
The beauty start-up has already hired bankers to represent it in a potential sale, but isn’t close to finalising any deals, according to the beauty start-up's founder.
Drunk Elephant reportedly hired investment banks in January to explore a sale.
Drunk Elephant, one of beauty's hottest acquisition targets, is exploring a sale. Who has the desire — and the cash — to pay a potential $1 billion for the buzzy skincare brand?
Amid reports that the skincare start-up is exploring a sale, founder Tiffany Masterson shares the best decision and biggest mistake of her entrepreneurship journey.
The rapidly growing skincare brand hopes to find a buyer sometime this year, with a potential asking price of $1 billion.
Press releases, long lead times — and, according to some experts, editors — are so three years ago. Sarah Brown talks to top publicists about how to do business, build brands and make sales in today’s ever-changing beauty landscape.
The 'clean compatible' skincare brand is set to surpass $100 million in revenue this year, says chief executive Tim Warner ahead of its UK launch.