Sally Beauty has launched a buy online, pick up in-store (BOPIS) program nationwide. BOPIS is the newest addition to Sally Beauty’s omnichannel shopping options, which include curbside pick-up, mobile app ordering and e-commerce ship-from-store capabilities.
Drew Barrymore is continuing to expand her Flower home brand with the launch of Flower Hair tools, a new category within the company’s portfolio.
Newell Brands’ Sunbeam is collaborating with the U.S. Pain Foundation for September’s Pain Awareness Month to call attention to the real-life barriers chronic pain patients face in accessing proper pain treatment. The initiative will also offer perspective into pain management solutions, including heat therapy.
Sally Beauty Supply and CosmoProf have kicked off the second edition of Cultivate, an accelerator program to help women beauty entrepreneurs grow their business.
Michael Todd Beauty, which offers the Soniclear brand of sonic facial cleansing brushes, is planning to launch a line of Clarisonic-compatible replacement brushes. The company said the move is in response to retail partners and Clarisonic users reaching out for replacement brushes following L’Oreal’s decision to shut down Clarisonic.