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"We recognize the importance for African American women to feel confident wearing their hair in any style they choose, and we’re celebrating their strength in doing so.”
According to Azzaro, it was looking for a "coffret made entirely out of metal with a with a contemporary, elegant, youthful appearance."
Philip Kingsley's Coconut Breeze Elasticizer is an intensive pre-shampoo treatment to add elasticity, bounce and shine to all hair types.
In the factory, one human worker will work alongside two humanoid robots to produce finished products.
Pat McGrath Labs' Dark Star 006 makeup kits feature shadows and liners inspired by the blackness of the blackness of outer space.
"In 2016, Tula generated a 78% increase in distinct customers, exceeding our expectations."
“Today women account for less than 10 percent of founders at high-growth firms. In 2017 this is completely unacceptable and we’re committed to breaking down the barriers standing in the way of women building economically impactful and disruptive companies.”
The growth trajectory is based on the awareness levels of the Muslim population regarding the ingredients used in cosmetic and personal care formulations and that they are willing to pay a premium price for cosmetics that keep with their ethical beliefs.
“Mary has played an important role in marketing and new business development at TSG. She is a much valued member of our team, and this promotion is a testament to her hard work, dedication and results orientation.”
Consumers are consistently searching for products to help treat skin irritation. Seeing this demand, Mibelle has hopped on board and developed two ingredients to protect skin. The company will feature them at in-cosmetics in April 2017.