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52% of Boomer women say that they use beauty products to look good. As this massive generation ages, the demand for beauty products is expected to grow.
Scent cocktails, multifunctional fragrances and gender-bending wafts usher the fragrance and perfume market into 2017.
A scent for her, a scent for him, a scent for you and a scent for me! PeterJacobs’ Imperial Black Eau De Parfum and Imperial White Eau De Parfum are fragrances for women and men to wear at any time of day or night.
Empowering and encouraging women who wear Indie Blends' Artisan Crafted Fragrances, the new line of fragrances comes in different floral-like notes. The fragrances are vegan and cruelty-free.
Recently crowned, Miss USA 2016, Deshauna Barber, is now part of the new line’s marketing campaign.
Brazilian beauty has always appealed to Americans, and the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio may send more of trends state-side.
Shiseido Cosmetics has rolled out a new way to market its selection of lipsticks in the Rouge Rouge Kiss Me line.
Put on your party hats as Dermelect Cosmeceuticals is celebrating a 10-year anniversary in the beauty business. With nail and skin care driving the company toward success, Amos Lavian, CEO and founder shared some trends and insights about the company.
Urban Decay’s new lipstick app allows consumers to “try on” every shade of its new launch.
Influenster, a beauty product discovery and review platform, interviewed over 5,000 American millennial women on beauty habits for makeup and hair.