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How Haircare Startup Briogeo Went From Zero To $10 Million In Sales In Just Four Years – Chloe Sorvino

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 A charcoal and coconut-oil shampoo that smells like mint cookies flows into dozens of 8-ounce tubs at a contract lab in suburban New Jersey. Surveying the tubs is 33-year-old Nancy Twine, who created the shampoo, a scalp-exfoliating formula that retails for nine times the cost of mass-market shampoos like Head and Shoulders. “This was a big one for us,” says Twine, founder of the hair-care company Briogeo. In recent years, as more and more beauty products are manufactured at independent labs, dozens of women have launched their own brands, from makeup artists turned bloggers like Huda Kattan to celebrities like Kylie Jenner…….

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/chloesorvino/2018/10/01/how-haircare-startup-briogeo-went-from-zero-to-10-million-annual-revenue-in-just-four-years/

 

 

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Why 95.8% of Female Newscasters Have the Same Hair – Torey Van Oot

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Esther Katro was 22 when she landed her first job as a reporter at a local TV station in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The recent graduate loved the thrill of breaking news and being on air. But when she was out chasing stories in the college town, people kept mistaking her for a student. She went to her news director for advice, and his response had nothing to do with developing her fledgling reporting skills. “He was like, ‘You have to cut your hair to look older,’” she recalled…..

Read more: https://www.instyle.com/hair/secret-beauty-rules-of-television-talking-heads

 

 

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