For Women’s History Month (March) and International Women’s Day (March 8), beauty brands and retailers are celebrating all things female.
OPI will host a lunch preview of co-founder Suzi Weiss-Fischmann’s memoir, I’m Not Really A Waitress: How One Woman Took Over the Beauty Industry One Color at a Time on March 8, 2019, in Beverly Hills.
Also on March 8, The Better Skin Co. will donate 100% of sales of its Mirakle Cream to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
C’est Moi Beauty will donate 20% of all sales during the month of March on cestmoi.com to the Step Up Women’s Network, a non-profit dedicated to connecting professional women with underserved girls for mentoring, networking and advancement.
Violet Grey—which boast that more than 60% of its brands are woman made—has curated a collection of 10 items from female-founded brands, including Peach & Lily, Charlotte Tilbury and Dr. Barbara Sturm.
As part of its Fresh Faces Pop-In, Nordstrom asked female founders including May Lindstrom and Shiva Rose to share their insights on life and work, in honor of International Women’s Day.
Update: For every Instagram posted with the hashtag #DermalogicaIWD during the month of March, Dermalogica will donate $10 to workforce development program at Downtown Women’s Center, a Los Angeles-based non-profit offering education and career services to homeless and formerly homeless women.
Participants select the photo of their choice, then caption it with a story about a woman who has been a positive force in their career or how they themselves are helping to forge a more gender-balanced world. Tag @dermalogica and @dwcweb, along with the aforementioned hashtag.
As reported in Fast Company, Birchbox debuted In Pursuit Of: More Confidence, a video created in collaboration with director and producer Valerie Schenkman which “captures what confidence means to women (and girls!) and how it impacts their self-worth.” The subscription service encourages viewers to share their story through the hashtag #bringforthyourworth.