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Beauty brands were quick to tout diversity during summer protests, but the commitment was short-lived

On Oct 29, 2020
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Beauty brands posted more images of models with dark skin tones during the BLM protests, then immediately reverted to the mix of largely light-skinned models.

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On Oct 29, 2020
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Beauty brands were quick to tout diversity during summer protests, but the commitment was short-lived

Beauty brands were quick to tout diversity during summer protests, but the commitment was short-lived

Beauty brands posted more images of models with dark skin tones during the BLM protests, then immediately reverted to the mix of largely light-skinned models.

A Black make-up artist speaks out on the racism she faced working for MAC

A Black make-up artist speaks out on the racism she faced working for MAC

Karla Quiñonez Leon says the treatment she experienced while employed at a MAC Cosmetics store in Belgium shows the brand is not as diverse as they preach When Karla Quiñonez Leon, an ...

How this startup founder ignited a movement to get brands to hire more Black people

How this startup founder ignited a movement to get brands to hire more Black people

Sharon Chuter, founder and CEO of Uoma Beauty, wants companies to pull up or shut up when it comes to supporting Black people.

Sharon Chuter Ignited a Grassroots Anti-Racism Movement in Beauty That Is Reverberating Throughout Corporate America

Sharon Chuter Ignited a Grassroots Anti-Racism Movement in Beauty That Is Reverberating Throughout Corporate America

The Pull Up for Change creator and Uoma Beauty CEO and founder discusses the ripple effect her initiatives have made in 2020 — and where we go from here.

How a Hero Product Is Born

How a Hero Product Is Born

Beauty brands are searching for the next blockbuster K-beauty product. Here’s why one contender — cushion foundation compacts — may be headed to a Sephora near you. 

Pinterest expands lipstick Try on feature to over 10,000 shoppable shades

Pinterest expands lipstick Try on feature to over 10,000 shoppable shades

Pinterest's augmented reality lipstick Try on feature now covers over 10,000 shoppable shades discoverable across 48 million beauty Pins.

Cosmetics Marketing & Industry Trends: A 2020 Ecommerce Report on the State of Online Beauty

Cosmetics Marketing & Industry Trends: A 2020 Ecommerce Report on the State of Online Beauty

Data, trends, and strategies—straight from the top beauty brands—give insight into the future of the ecommerce cosmetics industry and DTC marketing success.

Beauty’s Most Powerful Brands in 2020

Beauty’s Most Powerful Brands in 2020

Beauty Inc ranks the most powerful and relevant beauty brands of 2020.

Estée Lauder reviews skin-lightening lines amid Black Lives Matter outcry

Estée Lauder reviews skin-lightening lines amid Black Lives Matter outcry

Firm to review language and marketing as cosmetics industry accused of hypocrisy