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Pacific Islanders share beauty secrets in Sydney

Five beauty businesses from the Pacific islands will be showcasing their products at this month’s Beauty Expo Australia in Sydney.

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Despite the hype, women don’t prefer the ‘natural’ look

New research shows that the majority of women don’t really care if their foundation is ‘natural’ or organic.

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HABA helps fights the blues

Hair and Beauty Australia has donated $5000 to help Australians living with depression and anxiety.

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Amazon takes bigger share of beauty market

Amazon’s beauty sales in the US, its biggest market, reached US$340 million in the second quarter of this year – 40 percent more than in the second quarter last year.

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Bachelorettes get their glow on

Three weeks after the start of the 2017 season of The Bachelor and the secret to the bachelorettes’ glowing skin is out – Dr. Spiller Biomimetic Skin Care.

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Ultraceuticals releases next-generation Retinol microparticles

Fourteen years after introducing retinol into its skincare products, Ultraceuticals has launched Ultra-Reti retinol mircoparticles ‘one millionth of the size’ of its predecessors into its latest range.

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Colour cosmetic market starts to fade

Consumer desire for more simplified makeup routines has resulted in stalled growth in the US colour cosmetics market, according to Mintel.

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Beautiful talent shines in Brisbane

More than 300 beauty professionals showed off their skills and talent in the inaugural Sunshine Pro Series Competition in Brisbane last week.

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Mineral Goddess stars in underwater artworks

Kylie Eustace, the founder of Kylie Professional Mineral Goddess make-up, has once again proven that her range is 100 percent waterproof in a series of spectacular underwater photographs.

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Cosmetic surgery demand continues to soar

Cosmetic surgery demand increased by nine percent last year and shows no signs of slowing down in the near future, according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

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Jonny Pham shines on international stage

Jonny Diep Pham, the Australian runner-up in the 2016 NAILS’ Next Top Nail Artist competition, was presented with a CND gift-pack to celebrate his success on Sunday.

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And the world’s most popular lipstick colour is…

In celebration of International Lipstick Day, Perfect Corp, the creators of the YouCam Makeup app, have revealed the world’s most popular lipstick colour.

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Time running out for Sydney beauty competitions

Time is running out for makeup and nail artists who want to compete in this year’s Nailympia Australia and Face2Face Makeup Awards.

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Online beauty shoppers duped into buying fakes

More than a quarter of online shoppers have been duped into buying fake make-up and skincare products, according to research by MarkMonitor.

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Ultraceuticals wins education award

Ultraceuticals has beaten business heavyweights such as Telstra and Foxtel to win the Platinum Award for ‘Best Blended Learning Model’ in the 2017 LearnX Awards.

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Harlotte partners with The Bachelor

Harlotte Cosmetics will be helping the 22 bachelorettes in this year’s series of The Bachelor look their absolute best in their attempt to win the heart of 29-year-old Matty Johnson.

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Competition heats up at Brisbane Expo

More than 200 of Australia’s beauty professionals will be competing ‘live’ at the Brisbane Hair & Beauty Expo this Sunday and Monday.

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Valeant agrees to sell Obagi for US$190m

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International has entered into an agreement to sell Obagi Medical Products for $190 million to a Hong Kong-based fund.

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