[SEOUL] An augmented reality (AR) mirror at the new Seoul flagship boutique of cosmetics powerhouse Amorepacific makes easy work of seeing if that scarlet shade of lipstick or long-lash mascara...

WHEN AESTHETIC CLINICS were finally allowed to resume all services from June 19, aesthetic doctors Angela Hwee of The DRx Clinic and Gabriel Wong at SL Aesthetic Clinic were inundated with calls...

VANIDAY is back in business in Singapore, this time as an all-in-one platform featuring a new online marketplace of beauty and wellness products, a new digital magazine as well as an improved...

[CHICAGO] Seed Beauty, the company that helped launch cosmetics lines for Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian West, is suing Coty for allegedly stealing trade secrets while investing in the famous...

[NEW YORK] Coty said on Monday it would buy a 20 per cent stake in reality TV star Kim Kardashian West's makeup brand KKW, as the cosmetics maker looks to cash in on the demand for celebrity-owned...

AFTER A two-and-a-half month wait, Phase 2 came into effect and all beauty businesses were allowed to resume operations.

[MUMBAI] Unilever is considering marketing changes to its dominant line of skin lightening creams, according to a company source in South Asia, even as the company and its rivals face a growing...

[BENGALURU] Drugstore chain CVS Health Corp joined Walmart Inc in announcing it will stop keeping beauty and personal care products designed for people of colour in locked display cases after the...

WORKING FROM HOME, and not being able to get a facial because it’s not allowed doesn’t mean you should stop caring for your face.

CHANEL, Revlon and L'Oreal, three of the biggest brands in cosmetics, are quietly moving away from using talc in some products as US cancer lawsuits and consumer concerns mount.