Yesterday, in London, PETA crashed another fashion show—this time Burberry. Apparently, the security guard who removed this protestor had watched footage from the Coach show because this intruder was removed with barely a kerfuffle, unlike the lioness who was tackled and dragged out of NYFW.

In other news, TikTok Shop is officially out of beta and for many of us parents, that is very scary news indeed. Daily TikTok spend among US consumers went from $500,000 to $1 million in June and from $3 million to $5 million in August, per eMarketer. How can beauty brands take advantage of this potential windfall? Amy Keller Laird does a deep dive.

You can read these stories and more at the links below.

Parents, Hold onto Your Credit Cards. TikTok Shop Is Here. Here’s What Everyone Needs to Know. 

Good news for beauty brands who play it right, bad news possibly for your wallet. Amy Keller Laird explores retail’s next frontier and the future of #tiktokmademebuyit. (CEW)

AI Beauty Company Myavana Launches AI Hair Tool and Web 3 Experience

How well do you know your textured hair consumer? Just in time for National Coding Week, BIPOC founder Candace Harris has a lot to teach beauty brands about hyper-personalized hair care. Tune in today at 12 pm EST for her virtual panel discussion.

Ulta Beauty Names Kecia Steelman President

The Chief Operating Officer has long been a key member of the brand’s executive team and now will take on added responsibility, said David Kimbell, Chief Executive Officer in a statement.

What Does it Take to Land an Important Board Seat? 

Women need to decide if they if they are going to be a multidiscipline person or an expert. Those are the two types of people boards are looking for, according to experts who spoke at the recent WWD x FN x Beauty Inc Women in Power Summit. (WWD)

A Bio-Hacking Regimen That Makes You Live Forever? I’ll Have What She’s Having!

When it comes to beauty, senescence is the new black.  (Business of Fashion)