Michelle Phan shot to fame with her make-up tutorials on YouTube. Now she's a startup powerhouse. Her next move is going from the US to Asia.
Working women, young mothers, and retail outlets all benefit from AirCloset's wear-and-return model.
Around A$3 million (US$2.7 million) of that will be going straight into the business, with the rest going to other channels such as outgoing shareholders.
Lolabox just announced that it will be sending out its last box to customers.
Beauty boxes may have stagnated, but the story may have just begun for subscription commerce.
BeautyTreats is one of the first startups testing the Indonesian market for monthly beauty box subscriptions. It’s been met with steady yet slow growth in the last six months, and so the BeautyTreats ...
German web business dynamo Rocket Internet has been making its mark quite strongly in the Indonesian market. Not only have we seen the company’s portfolio companies like Lazada, Zalora, and FoodPanda ...
Beauty subscription commerce seems to be the next wave of promising startups that are hitting the Asian continent. Will the momentum continue?
Singapore beauty subscription service VanityTrove has acquired Glamybox, a similar company from Vietnam. This deal gives VanityTrove a foot in the door to Vietnam’s USD 372M cosmetics industry. Terms ...
(Updated on April 18th: BeautyTreats launched last month. The article incorrectly stated that the startup launched on the same date with Lolabox. We apologize for the confusion.) Lolabox, a startup th...
Taiwan is just the latest destination in VanityTrove's aggressive expansion phase. Starting out of Singapore in December 2011, the company has expanded to Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.
Subscription commerce is taking Asia by storm. Bellabox has shipped 60,000 boxes to date since December 2012.
Glossybox has had some missteps. Namely, it entered Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Australia, only to withdraw after realizing the markets aren't as plump as it thought they would be.
Many beauty box companies in Asia have risen to prominence. The question is whether they can sustain their momentum.