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The Glossy Beauty Podcast

May 16, 2019

When Dino Ha first founded Memebox seven years ago, he wanted to find a way to bring K-beauty to new audiences, especially in the United States. But as time went on and his company grew, he realized that there was a disconnect between the brand's product offering and the consumers it was trying to reach, so he decided...


May 9, 2019

Goop first launched in 2008 as a newsletter full of founder Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle tips and tricks. Since then, it has evolved into a full-fledged editorial and e-commerce business, most recently making the move into physical retail and experiential events. On this week's episode of The Glossy Beauty Podcast,...


May 2, 2019

The role of the analyst in any industry is to monitor how that industry is evolving and track the movement of some of its most major players. Larissa Jensen's industry of focus is beauty, and she has spent nearly 15 years following everything from the rise of social media and consumer empowerment, to the explosion...


Apr 25, 2019

When Charles Denton took over Erno Laszlo in 2011, the massive legacy brand was flailing. Now, eight years into his role of chairman and CEO, Denton has big plans for the brand, including new efforts in clean products and sustainability, and continued global expansion. In this week's episode of The Glossy Beauty...


Apr 18, 2019

After a seven-year career at Goldman Sachs, Nancy Twine decided to try to make a company out of the curly-hair products she'd made for herself for years. So she presented her products at a trade show, received her first round of purchase orders from companies like Urban Outfitters, and six months later, Sephora called....