cosmetics

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cosmetics

(kɒzˈmɛtɪks)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) beauty preparations; make-up
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adult women (59%) read beauty product ingredient labels prior to purchase, while nearly 40% intend to increase their spend for all-natural beauty products.
An overwhelming majority of US women--8 out of 10--shop for beauty products, but a 4% drop in 2014 brought the industry to its lowest level of shoppers since 2008, according to the annual Beauty Consumer Economic Indicator, the latest beauty report from global information company The NPD Group.
women, 8 out of 10, shop for beauty products, but a 4 percent drop in 2014 brought the industry to its lowest level of shoppers since 2008, according to the Annual Beauty Consumer Economic Indicator, the latest beauty report from global information company The NPD Group.
SUPERMODEL Linda Evangelista has a whole room dedicated to her beauty products.
Nidhima commented, "Women are becoming overwhelmed and confused by the amount of information that's available online and through the media and as a result find themselves frustrated buying the wrong beauty products and having drawers full of them.
com)-- Kismet Box based in San Francisco, California is making it easy for the world's do-it-yourself types to make their own beauty products with the August launch of their new website.
Summary: The rapidly substantial expansion in the development of the cosmetics market has created an increased stature in Dubai's external trading in perfumery and beauty products, with a total value of Dh16 billion in 2012 from Dh15 billion in 2011.
The Food and Medicine Authority has recently signed agreements for applicability evaluation of beauty products with two European firms.
Sharjah Cosmetics shops across the country are hiring men to sell women's beauty products, a number of women have complained.
I love beauty products," she confessed to Grazia magazine.
The global market for halal products is growing at a remarkable pace which has led to increasing customer awareness on the need for halal-based cosmetics and beauty products.
While the hospitality, food, packaging, banking and finance industries are already devoting a lot of attention to the development and delivery of halal or Sharia-compliant products and services, the demand for halal cosmetics and beauty products has been relatively slower to take off," said Ahmed Pauwels, chief executive officer of Epoc Messe Frankfurt, organisers of Beauty-world Middle East 2010, the largest networking platform for the beauty and wellness industry in the region.