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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The ultimate ‘bucket list’ for spa lovers…

Health and Fitness Travel, a global luxury wellness travel company, has just released a list of The World’s 10 Most Unusual Spa Therapies.

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Ry.com.au launches MUA Shop

Australian online beauty retailer RY.com.au has added 20 leading makeup brands – including popular salon brands Youngblood, Jane Iredale and Clarins – to its offering.

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US scientists regenerate ‘full thickness’ skin

A US regenerative medicine company has successfully regenerated ‘full-thickness skin’ on pigs – and plans to begin human trials later this year.

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Body Shop calls for global ban on animal testing

The Body Shop has launched a campaign in partnership with Cruelty Free International calling for a global ban on cosmetics animal testing by 2020.

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Oz guru reveals Modern Face of Beauty

After six months travelling the world meeting experts in the aesthetics industry while filming The Modern Face of Beauty, host Stephen Handisides concludes that most people “merely want to look good for their age”.

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TGA warns salons not to advertise Botox

The Therapeutic Goods Association has warned Australian “cosmetic/beauty clinics” that it is illegal to advertise services which use Schedule 4 substances such as Botox, Restylane, Juvederm and Dysport.

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Skinstitut adds needling device to offering

Australian skincare company Skinsitut has added a skin-needling device to its professional treatment offering.

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Glamazon aims to help salons fill 36,000 lost bookings a week

Glamazon’s new partnership with Mindbody could help Australian beauty salons fill up to 36,000 lost bookings a week.

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‘Slip, slop, slap… and makeup’ to look younger 

Makeup is ‘the second most important anti-ageing product’, according to a leading Sydney dermatologist.

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Melli rocks foundations of beauty retail

Nearly 10 years after launching its custom blend foundation system, Melli Cosmetics is continuing to shake-up the beauty industry with its personalised approach to makeup sales.

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CND nails another MBFW

Pacific Nail & Beauty shared the spotlight with some of Australia’s top fashion designers at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.

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Cosmetic doctor turns to ‘holistic trinity’ in skincare

As increasing numbers of beauty salons add high-tech treatments to their menus, one Sydney cosmetic doctor is adding more traditional beauty and wellness treatments to his clinics’ menus.

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Australians clean up at The Skin Games

Two Australian DMK skin revision therapists, Carmen Anuriw from the Chelsea Skin Clinic in WA and Brehanna Sanders from Just Magic in Queensland, were big winners at The Skin Games in Los Angeles.

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MAC attack on the catwalk

Although not the official makeup sponsor at this year’s Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, MAC Makeup is making a big impression on the catwalk.

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Americans embrace natural beauty

American women, particularly Millennials, are embracing their natural beauty, ‘flaws and all’, according to new research by Mintel.

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Stylist vs. the Trumps: Is it ever ok to work for free?

A U.S stylist has been threatened with ‘messing with the president of the United States’ after she refused to do the hair and makeup of Marla Maples and Tiffany Trump. Freelance stylist Tricia Kelly says she was contacted by Maples’s assistant to style her and her daughter’s tresses for Inauguration Day. After discussing rates, which […]

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