Friday, May 07, 2021

Tag: Business

The Week in Business: Let’s Go Shopping

Good morning. The economy is showing more signs of recovery — jobs are coming back, the stock market is up (again) and people are spending money. Here’s the latest in business and tech news for the week ahead. Stay safe out there. — Charlotte Cowles

So, what did you buy with your stimulus check? Retail sales in March blew past expectations, soaring nearly 10 percent as the latest round of federal relief funds trickled into bank accounts. Restaurants and bars saw a 13 percent bump in business, and sales of clothing and accessories rose

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Beauty and Business: 5 Makeup Tips For The Working Woman

A working woman is a powerful woman, that’s just a fact. However, if you happen to be unemployed due to various reasons, there’s nothing wrong with it. But, women who work hard, while still juggling other tasks and chores definitely deserve recognition and all the professional success they’re aiming to achieve. Therefore, if you’re a busy professional, you’re probably too busy already, which is why adopting some personal care and beauty tips can make your life much easier. So for that special reason, here are some simple, yet effective makeup tips that every busy working woman will love.

1. Know

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Southport woman launches beauty business being sold all over the world

A Southport woman has launched her own cosmetics company and it’s now being sold across the world.

Rachel Clarke, 43, launched her beauty business Vacient Cosmetics in October after struggling to find makeup suitable to wear to the gym.

The brand’s products are all hypoallergenic, cruelty-free, sweat resistant and non-comedogenic which means they don’t clog the pores.

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Rachel developed the brand over the last two years before finally launching in 2020, along with her friend and business partner Maria, who boasts more than

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Is Scalp Care the New Skin Care? | BoF Professional, The Business of Beauty, News & Analysis

After almost a decade in business, skin care brand BeautyBio expanded into hair care last year. But rather than formulating an entirely new product, the brand launched a version of its at-home facial microneedling tool designed specifically for the scalp.

BeautyBio promised its new tool, which could be purchased with or without a complementary scalp serum, would stimulate hair growth while also treating other concerns like dryness and itchiness. As a marketing tool, the premise worked: within 90 days, the brand sold through six months worth of product. Even though it only launched in October, the scalp care offering already

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