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According to the company, "We aim to make L’Oréal the number one beauty company in sub-Saharan Africa thanks to our expertise, which enables us to offer consumers in the region innovative, affordable, high-quality products that match their expectations and needs.”
Entries are being accepted through April 14, 2014, and the winners will be announced in June 2014.
The L’Oréal Foundation and UNESCO will present the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science awards to five outstanding women scientists in 2014, aiming to help raise the profile of women in traditionally male fields.
Learn the latest of the topics discussed at the Personal Care Products Council's (PCPC) 120th Annual Meeting, as well as about its newly elected officers.
The Orgullosa program unveiled its Nueva Latina campaign, an initiative that aims to empower women to define what it means to be a bicultural, modern Latina—the Nueva Latina.
Get inside the mind of a product developer at the first step of a new product’s development process.
Early in the product development process is the time to think of how a beauty product’s ingredients and packaging need to work together for the best outcome.
Design with direction. By laying out goals, targets and parameters ahead of time, you are much more likely to come out with a successful design in any project.
Don’t jeopardize the story of your beauty brand—avoid these seven storytelling pitfalls.
Connecting the dots between the animal brain, fragrance and men's grooming products.