Lisa Barlow, star of ‘The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ and serial entrepreneur, has sold the beauty business she helped co-found for an undisclosed sum.
Nicole + Brizee, otherwise known as N+B, primarily contains hair care skus, including shampoos, conditioners, a curl cream and detangling spray (from US$12.99).
The line also comprises a selection of body products from scrubs to lotions (from $13.99).
E-commerce group Channel Op will take over operations of the business that Barlow is said to have been the driving force behind.
Launching at Sundance Film Festival in 2019, under her direction, N+B has inked major retail deals with Walmart, Amazon and Target during its two-year history.
“The line was created to empower women through beauty,” the brand wrote in a statement.
Barlow, who is a proud Mormon, but does not adhere to all of the traditional rules, also owns a marketing company Luxe, which has been an incubator for a number of her brand ventures.
She has owned a vast array of companies, from tequila businesses to luxury restaurants.
Among her entourage of brands, she has also developed a men’s beauty brand, Fresh Wolf, featuring hair care skus and body products.