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Prestige eyebrow makeup dollar sales have jumped 28% in the 12 months ending March 2014, The NPD Group reports.
Getting excited over a snazzy pair of Jimmy Choo stilettos is one thing—having your feet surgically altered to wear them is another.
Studies show that lack of sleep may lead to problems completing a task, concentrating and making decisions, and might impact aging and diabetes. Luckily, spas are looking at creative ways they can educate clients on the importance of quality sleep time.
By: Lydia Sarfati
New research indicates that 47% of spa-goers are male. What is your business doing to reach this clientele?
By: Cathy Christensen
2014 may go down in skin care history as the year of the male spa-goer!
Multicultural market research firm Latinum Network shared some of its research on the beauty habits of U.S. Hispanic women, including where they look for new beauty ideas, where they shop beauty and more.
Almost a quarter of facial skin care users in the United States say they look for products with natural, organic ingredients—claiming they have sensitive skin.
According to the Organic Monitor event, the beauty industry needs to take greater steps if it is to become more sustainable.
A recent study outlines the 50 most wrinkle-prone regions in the United States and the underlying factors that may cause skin to age.
Skin care consumers continue to seek out effective, enriching products for their complexions and bodies, but another claim targeted at skin care products also is beginning to pop-up more and more.