Brooklyn, NY, USA · New York, NY, USA
Consumer Products · Food · Health · Manufacturing
WHO WE ARE: Briogeo is currently the fastest growing hair care product line at Sephora and has taken the prestige hair care world by storm through introducing clients to an assortment of clean - yet effective - hair care products for all hair texture types. Briogeo has won numerous awards, including accolades from Allure Best of Beauty / Reader's Choice, O' The Oprah Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, Essence Magazine, New Beauty, and recently won a coveted award for Best Indie Hair Care Brand by CEW. Briogeo products have been featured in global press publications such as Vogue, Allure, Elle, Glamour, Essence, Marie Claire, Forbes, and O' The Oprah Magazine...to name a few. OUR POINT OF VIEW: Briogeo was inspired by a family tradition of making natural beauty products at home and the belief that beautiful hair shouldn’t be compromised by harmful ingredients. Derived from the words "Brio" meaning “full of life” and "Geo" representing “earth and nature," the brand has taken natural hair care to a new horizon by combining carefully-selected, plant-based ingredients that deliver visible, measurable results. Free of SLS, parabens, sulfates, phthalates and silicones, each texture-specific formula is infused with the finest blends of natural plant and fruit extracts, oils, antioxidants and hair-healthy vitamins to bring out the beauty and vibrance in all hair textures. WHERE WE ARE: Briogeo currently retails globally, including U.S.A., U.A.E, South East Asia, Canada, Hong Kong, Europe/UK, and Africa. Briogeo products are sold worldwide in prestige retailers such as Sephora, Net-a-Porter, Anthropologie, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, Cult Beauty, and several prestige beauty independents. WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR: Briogeo's rapid growth has been the catalyst for expanding our HQ team. We're currently looking to support our growth with highly motivated, intelligent, passionate, thoughtful, and hardworking individuals within Sales, Operations, Marketing, and Management roles.Something looks off?