Does the Paint World Need Another White?

Does the Paint World Need Another White?

Last year, Martin Kesselman, a color consultant to homeowners and decorators, did something controversial. He made a new white. The shade, created with the British paint company Farrow & Ball, is called Elliyah…

Beauty tech progresses, but has a long road ahead

Beauty tech progresses, but has a long road ahead

Industry publications dubbed CES a key destination for beauty brands in 2019 — but while beauty tech was on display at the event in abundance, most of what was showcased is, frankly, already familiar to beauty insiders.

Nestle ditching plastic straws, water bottles to reduce plastic waste

Nestle ditching plastic straws, water bottles to reduce plastic waste

Nestle, the world’s largest packaged food company, is on a mission to reduce plastic waste. This week, the Swiss group announced they will be dropping plastic straws from their products and will also focus on creating biodegradable water bottles.

How Virtual Mirror Technology Will Change the Way You Shop

How Virtual Mirror Technology Will Change the Way You Shop

Technology is all about providing solutions to ease the life of the human. Likewise, the virtual mirror is a new innovation of technology, which provides a new way to try on clothing without getting undressed. The utilization of technology is helping us in so many different ways. 

How Machine Learning Is Transforming Skincare

How Machine Learning Is Transforming Skincare

The dilemma of finding the right skincare is an age-old rite of passage that often involves buying a deluge of skincare products—some effective, others doomed forever to the back of the medicine cabinet. With the advent of new models for skincare coming from companies both big and small, it's clear the demand for change is sky high.

WWD: L’Oréal Debuts Wearable Skin pH Level Sensor at CES

WWD: L’Oréal Debuts Wearable Skin pH Level Sensor at CES

My Skin Track pH by La Roche-Posay was jointly developed by the French dermatological skin-care brand and the L’Oréal Technology Incubator. The wearable sensor — a first of its kind — was named a “Best of Innovation” winner in the Wearable Technology Products category at CES in Las Vegas.