Beauty News

New to BD April

From scented makeup to luscious lipsticks, illuminating body care and dry skin saviours.

Biologi influencer campaign raises over $10K for breast cancer

The campaign was fronted by breast cancer survivor Sofi Leota.

Combatting the declining sale of makeup brushes

Brush brands have started getting creative with new strategies, such as capitalising on the popularity of skincare.

Sephora tipped to open first New Zealand store

It looks like the long-awaited physical site could finally be happening.

Fenty Beauty recalls product following backlash

Known for having cheeky and fun shade names, Fenty is no stranger to creativity. This time however, did not end well for the brand.

Latest updates for IGTV

The app is trying to making the longer-form content more appealing for users.

YSL announces its first Coachella pop-up store

The Instagram-friendly popup is designed to look like an American petrol (or gas) station – but with cosmetic refills only.

April 1, 2019: Elisabeth King reports on this week’s business news

Kuba investments to rescue Napoleon Perdis; Church & Dwight acquire leading hair removal brands for US$900 million; over 1.5 million Australians use Buy-Now-Pay-Later digital payments; and Bain Capital buys majority stake in global beauty brand incubator.

Lush celebrates 30 years of the bath bomb

To celebrate 30 years of the innovative concept, Lush is launching more than 40 bath bombs - some brand new formulas plus old favourites.

The brand diving deep into marine-based beauty

This locally made skincare brand is bringing the marine beauty trend to the forefront of our attention.