Global brands grow up so fast these days.
Seven Nosy Questions with Lillie Sun (Growth Manager at Three Ships Beauty)
Seven Nosy Questions with Richa Gupta (Founder and President of Good Food For Good)
Healthy, meet delicious. Richa makes sugar-free organic sauces that everyone loves—starting with her own family, and ending up on shelves at Costco, Whole Foods, Walmart and Loblaws. When Richa’s passion project hit a national nerve, she scaled up beautifully and stayed true to her values.
Let’s find out where those come from.
Seven Nosy Questions with Sarah Biggers (Founder and CEO of Clove + Hallow)
Sheer and sunkissed… you guys are in the back seat. Sarah Biggers is on a mission to make natural makeup products that feel bold, sexy and fabulous. She’s a loyal lover of the bright red lip, a brand new mom (to a cutie who is probably covered in bright red lipstick), and a fierce category challenger who recognized an important void in the market and took it for herself.
Let’s find out what’s under her make up.
Seven Nosy Questions with Amy Hall (Founder and CEO of Goldilocks)
Amy Hall is saving the world, one piece of single use plastic at a time. It’s the kind of daily pursuit that makes her seem a bit untouchable in a superhero kind of way. But between her perfectly ironed cape and her heart of gold, is she made of the same messy squishy humanity as the rest of us? We asked her seven nosy questions to find out.
Seven Nosy Questions with Courtney Buhler (Founder and CEO of Sugarlash PRO)
We imagine Courtney Buhler greeting each day with a flutter of perfect jet-black lashes and a hearty breakfast of raw confidence. But maybe we’re wrong. To find out what drives this beauty queen to achieve world lash domination, we asked her a few things about a few things. And then, because we were riveted, we asked her a few more things.1. What's your origin story?
I started in the lash world at 18 years old! It was a brand new service to the beauty industry and one that wasn’t existent prior. I went to my first appointment and got instantly obsessed. I wanted to know everything — how she was applying them, what the options of curls and thicknesses were available, what types of glue were used, how she isolated the lashes... She eventually got fed up with me and handed me tweezers at the end of one of my appointments. She pulled out a mannequin head and I spent an hour working on it.