Founder and CEO Diarrha N'Diaye — a L'Oréal and Glossier alum — talks about how she tapped into big-name investors and what she thinks the industry is missing when it comes to the narrative of Black beauty.
See ya never, orange highlights.
Six One remains one of the only Black-, female-owned beauty and wellness brand building firms in existence.
In case there was any confusion about who originated the art of the glow.
Plus, L'Oreal may be close to naming a new CEO.
Plus, London Fashion Week is happening for Spring 2021.
Plus, Veja becomes even more sustainable.
Just a few years after the brand dropped its contract with Bergdorf in response to her social media posts about racism and white supremacy.
It features everything a paradigmatic late-'90s beauty look could hope to have.
Including a face mask that gives us "angel" skin and a makeup brush that's the next best thing to having legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath herself on hand.
She will also serve as "artistic director" for the makeup look at the label's Spring 2020 show.
Her hair will go on.
There's no one-size-fits-all way to correct them.
With signatories representing companies that produce 20 percent of all the plastic packaging on the globe, the initiative has potential for real impact.
"You have the strength of this company to support, fund and help direct these brands, which is really ideally the best of both worlds."
Meet House 99.
Plus, Agent Provocateur founder launches gender fluid lingerie line.
Plus, how Estée Lauder grew sales 40 percent in China.
Anti-aging is out, masks are in.
The best products for preventing and treating signs of aging — according to Amazon shoppers.
Plus, the reason Chinese tourists treat Europe as the world's biggest discount mall.