Spotlight on Delhi-Headquartered Canadian Startups Transforming the Beauty Industry

January 6, 2024

For the beauty-enthused, keeping up with innovative startups in the industry is no less a delightful treat. But most of the time, finding a central place for such information becomes a task. From online beauty services booking hubs to molecular skincare brands, the Canadian startup industry is buzzing with the inception of several creative beauty ventures, especially those that began in 2020. This article is a showcase of startups from Delhi, the capital of India, that have marked their space in the beauty industry and are one to watch for. Encompassing startups directly from the source, including founders, websites, their bio, and social media handles, let’s dive deeper into each company individually.

Neyena Parlour

Founded by Ankit Gupta and Rajiv Gupta, Neyena Parlour is in the business of beauty and e-commerce. They operate as an online booking hub for beauty services, connecting customers to beauty parlours and artists based on their chosen category of service. Neyena offers attractive discounts, deals, and even free gifts. Connect with them on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.


Bhupendra Rautela founded MakeupWale as a platform to hire trained personnel for beauty services. They serve customers in Delhi with makeup artists, hair stylists, and a host of other specialists. Find them on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

C2P Pro

C2P Pro, a brainchild of Arpit Yadav, Himanshu Pathak, and Nihar Arora, operates in beauty, cosmetics, and e-commerce sectors. With over 12 years of service, they bring premium and effective makeup products carefully crafted for professional artists and salons. Check them out here on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.


As a budding molecular skincare brand, CosIQ offers a range of scientifically-backed skincare products that promise visible results. Be sure to follow them on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.


Rahul Luthra’s startup, Finite, focuses on providing multifunctional skincare products online. Designed for men and women, their products claim to resolve diverse skin concerns in just three easy steps. Connect with them Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.


Co-earth, a subsidiary of Colorbar Cosmetics, offers 100% natural, non-toxic, vegan, and cruelty-free skin & hair care products. The company’s primary goal is to leverage the best of modern science and traditional remedies to provide affordable personal care solutions. It also partners with different wildlife organizations for wildlife rescue and rehabilitation endeavors. Check out their Twitter, and Facebook.

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