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Young girls and guys looking to become the next Kate Moss or David Gandy, are being urged to stay away from tanning beds by the UK fashion community.
Eminence, Atzen and Le Mieux were all in the spotlight recently.
According to new stats from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, cosmetic plastic surgery procedures and reconstructive plastic surgery procedures increased by 5% from 2010.
The study notes that nine out of 10 men today use some type of grooming product, but it also notes that many men don't use skin care products unless they have a specific skin issue, and that they tend to still stick to basic products and applications.
More beauty brands are focusing on younger consumers, as Mintel reports that 37% of girls age 9–17 wear at least lip gloss/stick every day, while more than half of girls report consulting moms on cosmetic choices.
Active Healthy Lifestyles (AHLs) are a demographic group that could hold the key to your spa's success. Exclusive commentary and stats from Marc Williams of Williams-Helde Marketing Communications explain that If your spa appeals to a member of this market, you not only reach one client ... you reach many.
Total revenues for the spa/salon industry grew 4.2% in 2011, helping grow sales for beauty's hair, skin care and nail care segments.
The PBA's three main tracking Indices for the spa and salon industry see increases after three quarters of decline.
What Trends Will Make Your Business More Profitable? With Exclusive Commentary From Leslie Lyon of Spas2b Inc.
Leslie Lyon, president of Spas2b, Inc., translates the latest consumer trends for the spa, offering a variety of suggestions for how your spa can tap into increased profitability for the new year.
By: Abby Penning
This market segment is widening its reach by further developing the idea of what makes for youthful skin.