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.
Internationally renowned male grooming expert Stephen Handisides explains everything you need to know about men’s changing attitudes to beauty.
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.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International has entered into an agreement to sell Obagi Medical Products for $190 million to a Hong Kong-based fund.
Janssen Cosmetics has won the 2017 SPA Diamond Award for the Best Anti-Ageing skincare range.
Belinda Carli, the director of Australia’s Institute of Personal Care Science, reveals three cosmetic trends destined to win the hearts and dollars of your clients in the coming months.
After 17 years trading as Adam & Eve Wax, the popular brand is being renamed Jax Wax Australia after its parent company ‘to better reflect the global nature of its depilatory business’.
French car manufacturer Renault has raised the ire of French feminists with the launch of a new nail polish range that can also touch up minor bodywork scratches on its cars.
The global non-surgical cosmetic surgery market is set to grow 7.87 percent a year from 2017 until 2012, according to a new report.
US nail brand Orly has collaborated with MuslimGirl.com to create its first collection of nail polish specifically targeted at Muslim women.
Glamazon’s new partnership with Mindbody could help Australian beauty salons fill up to 36,000 lost bookings a week.
Pacific Nail & Beauty shared the spotlight with some of Australia’s top fashion designers at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
Ultraceuticals has begun rolling out a new ‘gold standard’ in skin consultation with the certification of its first ‘Ultra Consult’ clinic.
Young women now more at risk of these conditions.
Say goodbye to those hours spent rinsing and drying.
Everyone needs to read number three.
Clients are coming from all over the state for an appointment.
58 per cent of the businesses in the hair and beauty industry is cash only.