Beauty Store Business magazine - December, 2019

Olivia Garden

Olivia Garden Ceramic + Ion Thermal Brush Collection

Olivia Garden Brush Collection

The new Olivia Garden Brush Collection allows for those perfect hairstyles to last longer than ever. The larger vents allow heat to be trapped inside the brushes longer, and reduce the drying time. The Ceramic + Ion Thermal Brush Collection tackles flyaways and frizz with the soft-tip and anti-static bristles, leaving the hair looking sleek and shiny. For those long work days, or for those nights out on the town, this brush collection helps tackle whatever elements want to tousle the hair.

Olivia Garden iStyle Brush Collection

Olivia Garden is unveiling a new innovation in customized styling brushes– introducing iStyle – targeted brushes for short to medium hair lengths, bangs, and even men’s styling.

iStyle collection offers 3 different types of lightweight, scalp-hugging brushes, each with Memory Flex bristles specially crafted for your hair type of either fine, medium, and/or thick hair.

Available January 2017 at Giell.

SRP: $13.25

For more information visit: Olivia Garden.

Olivia Garden Nanothermic Ceramic + Ion Hairbrushes

Twenty percent of the net profit from these special-edition brushes is going to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. The collection features ceramic technology, which enables the brush to heat up faster and retain heat longer; tourmaline ion technology, which helps create longer-lasting hairstyles, adding more shine while eliminating frizz and flyaways; and nanosilver technology, which provides antibacterial protection.

A Growing Garden

A Growing Garden
Since 1967, Olivia Garden has successfully straddled the U.S. and European markets through constant innovation orchestrated by a multigenerational, family-run business.

“When our parents started their adventure in 1967, they aspired to build a worldwide company,” recalls Anne Maza, vice president of sales and marketing for Olivia Garden, with U.S offices in Antioch, California, and European offices in Herstal, Belgium. “The first order of business was to find a name that was memorable, feminine and easy to pronounce in multiple languages so they decided on Olivia Garden, a name that is indicative of a beautiful woman and that could be easily pronounced even for people of languages with completely different alphabets.”