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The R&D department of the Dermscan Group has developed a series of new tests that evaluate the well-being effect of beauty products on a consumer.
164,000-year old makeup found in South Africa hallmark of modern life; challenges previous view of man’s marched into modernity…
According to the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, lipstick manufactured in the United States contains surprisingly high levels of lead; CTFA states lead is naturally occurring.
By Alphonse Wiebelt
Makeup tips and application methods to make a bride beautiful on her big day.
Spa Radiance in San Francisco is opening a manicure/pedicure bar called PURE that’s eco-friendly just in time for Earth Day 2007. An array of nail treatments will be done with natural products. 451-346-6281
By Abby Penning
Discover the hot new hues in makeup for this season, mingling shades from the earth with a touch of shimmer.
Natural cosmetic sales are booming in France, increasing 40% in 2005, according to Organic Monitor, a business research and consulting company. Due to growing awareness of chemicals in products, consumers are shying away from traditional staples and opting for natural toiletries, makeup and hair care. A new study by Organic Monitor shows that sales are continuing to rise in 2006. In addition, with more than 1,700 choices on the market, organic products account for about one-fourth of all natural cosmetic sales.
American International Industries (AII) graces television screens on the WB’s “Pepper Dennis.” Actress Rebecca Romijn bats an eye with Ardell Lashes while actors Josh Hopkins and Rider Strong are treated with Clubman products. 323-728-2999, email@example.com
By: Darrell Redleaf
Get glowing with hot summer tips from this top celebrity makeup artist.
The Westmore Academy of Cosmetic Arts is co-sponsoring the International Student Makeup Competition in June. The competition, with the theme of “Fairy Tales, Fables and Folklore,” will showcase the talents and skills of resourceful esthetics and cosmetology students. In addition, $16,000 in scholarships and other prizes will be awarded. 877-978-6673, firstname.lastname@example.org