For National Color Day (Oct. 22) eSalon—the custom, at-home haircolor and care brand—surveyed 2,500 of its customers about hair color, including graying, celebrity looks and hair color in stores. Its findings include:
There are dozens of services that help you manage your social media effectively. Here are a handful of top sites.
Beauty stores looking for a single tool to manage their social media presence across all networks can take heart: Dozens of all-in-one solutions are available that will make the most of your presence on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and so on. "We use a service called Shoutlet, which is a similar paid platform like Hootsuite, but a little more robust and full featured," says Rudy Falco, COO of AVEYOU Beauty Boutique. "These tools are useful, mainly because they save time.
After years of professional-beauty manufacturers' rep firms-sector consolidation and the race to become national (and international), a new, major player is suddenly on the scene in the Midwest and the Northeast territories: Coleman-Harrison, a company headed up by rep veterans Charlie Coleman, Tom Harrison and Chris Gunderson.
Coleman and Harrison are the co-principals of the Midwest and Northeast territories of Coleman-Harrison, and Gunderson is their partner in the Northeast, Beauty Store Business has learned
Did you miss this beauty news in one or more of the celebrity-watching consumer magazines in print or online? DeAnna Pappas (pictured) of "The Bachelorette" TV show on ABC is the celebrity spokesperson for Gabriel Cosmetics during September, the multiple natural beauty-brands supplier has announced.
Manufacturers rep firm J. White & Associates is representing two new beauty suppliers—Betty Dain Creations in the West and salon-products distributor SalonCentric nationally, as well as Bay Soleil Advanced Suncare throughout the United States.