News Review: Indie Beauty 2017

By Deanna Utroske contact

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News Review: Indie Beauty 2017

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This year independent cosmetics, personal care, and fragrance brands became so prominent, Cosmetics Design launched a weekly column dedicated to these innovative startups and their founders. The Indie Beauty Profile is on vacation this month. But in the meantime we’ve gathered up several articles that highlight just how momentous indie beauty has become.

Should you like to look back on the indie brands featured this year in the Indie Beauty Profile column, use the search feature on the Cosmetics Design homepage​.

If you or someone you know is leading an awesome indie brand, feel free to contact Cosmetics Design editor Deanna Utroske (deanna.utroske@wrbm.com​), to have the brand considered for inclusion in the Indie Beauty Profile column.  

And, as promised, here is a selection of this year’s news coverage of the indie beauty movement:

January 10
Milk Makeup makes first private equity deal

January 30
Is there room for innovation in the deodorant category?

March 13
Erbaviva: A beauty brand turnaround case study​  

March 28
L Catterton invests to make TULA the leading probiotic skin care brand

April 5
Why Clinique isn’t (exactly) resting on its laurels in the age of Indie Beauty and All Things Digital

May 31
Indie Beauty Expo leverages PR to grow the show and exhibiting cosmetics and personal care brands

July 20
VIDEO: Brand founder and industry visionary Courtney Adeleye talks hair care and wellness at Cosmoprof

August 31
IBE NYC 2017: Trends and highlights

October 17
More funding for beauty startup Sahi Cosmetics

November 29
Will beauty care ingredient makers nurture the next generation of indie brands?

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