Eyebrow-based businesses growing beauty trend
While women can go to a lot of places for an eyebrow wax, Kolodziejski says, Chella sells brow makeovers, a concept especially appealing to baby boomers beset with thinning brows. It might seem a little high-brow for a former football player, but ex-Steelers tight end Chris Kolodziejski knew a good business opportunity when he eyed it. Now 53 and living in California, Kolodziejski is scoring big with eyebrow couture, one... His company, Chella, is in 200 locations in the United States and abroad, he says, and is part of a growing number of brow services and products being marketed in shops, salons and mall-based âbrow bars. Kolodziejski got into the brow business four years ago when he already was manufacturing a line of anti-aging cosmetics and skin-care products.
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