Beauty Store Business magazine - January, 2020


Olivia Garden Ceramic + Ion Professional Hair Dryer

Olivia Garden's lightweight, ergonomic Ceramic + Ion Professional Hair Dryer uses a powerful professional motor and ceramic technology to deliver faster drying times. The hair dryer also uses an advanced ionic generator that reduces frizz, prevents heat damage and boosts shine for silkier, smoother locks. Featuring two speeds, two interchangeable nozzles and three heat settings, professionals and consumers alike will want this dryer in their beauty arsenals.

SRP: $159 (salon price $99)

Cricket Slimming Ruching Apron Cover Ups

Cricket's Slimming Ruching Apron Cover Ups hug the body's curves for a stylish, slimming look, made from a material that's water-resistant, bleach-proof, stain-resistant and antistatic. High quality and stylist tested, the cover ups are available in burgundy and taupe (shown), and have a zipper bottom pocket with an adjustable neck.

SRP: $19.95 (salon price)

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Executive Q&A: Joseph Choi

Voesh New York cofounder and CEO Joseph Choi shares how he brought the luxury spa experience home.

Business partners Joseph Choi and Vera Oh are today known for being the founders of skincare company Voesh New York (the moniker is a hybrid of Vera and Joseph’s names). But the pair once worked together at a successful electronics firm, where they developed a portable device accessory brand. Within five years, that brand made $55 million in revenue. Together, by applying what they had learned from the world of consumer electronics to the beauty industry, the duo created a fresh skincare company that prides itself on using effective ingredients.

MAC & Bumble and Bumble Open Joint Studio

MAC Cosmetics and Bumble and bumble hair care are binding together to create one unique shopping and beauty experience. Called the MAC & Bumble and bumble Makeup and Hair Studio, this marks the first time that both brands, owned by The Estée Lauder Companies, are coming together under one roof in a new store concept. Half of the studio space will be a salon that provides services in hair and cosmetic application, while the other half is a retail store., Humble Hairdressers Provide Salon Services to the Homeless

Professional hair tools company has partnered with Humble Hairdressers in North Carolina to offer volunteer hairstyling services for those in need in the Asheville community.

Humble Hairdressers was founded in the Spring of 2016 by Jordan Carlson and two other stylists from Wink Salon in Asheville, and offers no-charge haircuts to the less fortunate in the surrounding area.