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The Personal Care Product's Council (PCPC) has released a statement in response to the December 2011 study on lead in lipsticks conducted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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.
By: Gail Sagel
This college student wants the perfect look to help her land the perfect job.
By: Noreen Young
Check out this step-by-step makeover that gives this wife and mom a new look for the new year.
Facial Disfigurements Negatively Impact Job Applicants—With Exclusive Advice About How to Work With These Types of Clients
Only on SkinInc.com: A new study from Rice University indicates that interviewers remembered less about candidates with birthmarks, scars and other facial disfigurements when recalling the interview process. Find out from makeup artist Noreen Young how to best work with these clients in your skin care facility.
Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital Researcher Partners with P&G Beauty & Grooming to evaluate makeup's impact on perceived trustworthiness, likability and competence.
By: Mario Montalvo
The first part of this four-part series takes a look at the origins of the skin care industry in the United States.
By: Cathy Christensen
Classic sophistication is on trend for Fall 2011.
Mintel report shows that 64% of women in the $100K-149K income bracket plan to continue buying mix of private label/brand name color cosmetics; private label's "value for the money" biggest pull.
The market research company reports prestige lip products grew 7% from January through April 2011, and specifically, prestige lip color products have grown 11%.