Weekly Recap: Milani Cosmetics In The News, Oddity Launches Crypto Coin & More

Here’s your weekly recap—the most viewed news stories on our site for the week ended May 30, 2022.

As you probably know, Johnny Depp is currently suing his ex-wife Amber Heard for libel for saying she is a victim of domestic abuse—and Heard is countersuing. The trial began April 11 and has been televised for all the world to see. Why is Milani Cosmetics involved? Learn how the makeup brand was brought up as “evidence.”

In other news, Oddity, the parent company of several d2C beauty brands including Il Makiage and SpoiledChild, launched the Oddity Token, a digital security token built on the Ethereum blockchain. The token provides a new way for investors to participate in the company’s performance.

In business news, Helen of Troy Limited, designer, developer and worldwide marketer of consumer brand-name home, outdoor, health, wellness, and beauty products, acquired Recipe Products Ltd. through one of its subsidiaries. Recipe Products’ Curlsmith products are a leader in the rapidly growing market for prestige haircare products for all types of curly and wavy hair.

Here are our top 10 most viewed stories from the past week:

1. 10 Beauty Brands Committed to Sustainable Packaging

2. Why Milani Cosmetics Is Tangled Up in The Johnny Depp & Amber Heard Case

3. Ranking the Top 50 Cosmetic Companies

4. HBO Max’s ‘Not So Pretty’ Debuts Today

5. Ranking the Top 50 Cosmetics Companies 2021

6. FDA Says 9 Out Of 52 Cosmetic Products Tested Positive for Asbestos

7. Oddity Launches Digital Token—and Aims to Democratize Investing

8. Kim Kardashian Shuts Down KKW Fragrance

9. 11 Standout Color Cosmetic Launches

10. Helen of Troy Acquires Curlsmith Hair Care

Thanks for reading our Breaking News. We’ll have a new list for you next Monday.

Have a great week!


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