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Rowley: Scent of a Woman

The multitasking Cynthia Rowley prepares to launch her first fragrance under her own name in September.

Linda Roberts Plans Growth

Cosmetic Market owner and Therapy Systems founder Linda Roberts plans to open six Cosmetic Market locations and 12 freestanding Skin by Therapy Systems stores over the next year.

Top Notes: A New Lauder ... Russo to Clinique ... P&G Honored

A brief look at the latest happenings in the beauty industry.

Ralph's Feeling Blue

Ralph Lauren Fragrances hopes to increase its share of the women's fragrance market with Pure Turquoise.

Jean Paul Gaultier Explores The Power of Two With Scent

Jean Paul Gaultier has always been a master of gender bending, creating kilts and makeup for men and pinstriped suits for Madonna. His new fragrance, due out this fall, is no exception.

Del Taps Arden to Enter Salon Biz

Del Laboratories has made its entry into the salon business official.

Critical Mass: Sampling Could Hold Key to Success

Trying before buying is becoming a reality in self-serve, mass market outlets.

Cosmoprof Hopes Third Time's a Charm

Cosmoprof North America kicks off its third annual beauty trade show this weekend in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Convention Center.

The Healing Garden Taps Songbird Jewel

Coty Beauty's The Healing Garden and singer Jewel kicked off the brand's "Save Your Skin, Save the Planet" campaign Wednesday.

Men's Corner: Le Petit Spa Targets Male Clientele

Le Petit Spa's newest location, at 900 Second Avenue, has partnered with men's grooming brand E Shave for the so-called E Shave Shave, a hot-towel and straight-razor shave given in a special room dedicated to men's services.

Jonathan Product Breaks QVC Record

When QVC host Lisa Robertson announced that another item from Jonathan Antin's namesake hair care collection had sold out several minutes into its introduction during an hour-long show, Antin's jaw dropped.

The Thymes Turns Over New Leaf for Brand Image

Paying sharp attention to detail has made The Thymes a $40 million brand.

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