Beauty Features


Beauty Features

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Napoleon Out to Grow U.S. Business

Napoleon is adding new territory to his realm. Napoleon Perdis the makeup artist, that is.

Top Notes: On The Road Again ... French Twist

Dick Roderick may have succeeded at several endeavors during his career, but retirement is not among them.

Mama Mio: On the Mommy Track

A trio of London-based mothers are out to prove that even during pregnancy, women can be hot mamas.

Caswell-Massey's Continuous Overhaul

The 250-year-old beauty brand Caswell-Massey is getting an update with two new lines: Baby Shea and Olive Oil and Orange Blossom.

Lil' Dipper Plans Gradual Launch Of Baby Products

Lil' Dipper, a new line of skin care products for babies and infants, is keeping things, well, "Lil'" for now.

Newness Dominates at Extracts Show

Although its most recent run was only a few months ago, last weekend's Extracts Show for the personal care and wellness industry was certainly not lacking in newness.

Burt's Bees Broadens Retail Reach

Burt's Bees, the small but agile North Carolina-based natural beauty company, has stepped up plans to pollinate the mass market.

Critical Mass: The Passing of the Baton at Del Labs

Del's chief operating officer, Charles J. Hinkaty, who will assume the top spot today, asserted that the Del management team is enthusiastically committed to beauty.

Men's Corner: Grooming Lounge Sets Product Line, New Stores

Grooming Lounge Shaving Solutions, as the new shaving line is called, includes a face wash, a shave oil, shave cream and aftershave.

Mass Hair Care Trends Nod to Salon Channel

The mass hair care industry is taking cues from the professional market and next year will capitalize on several leading salon trends to beef up mass' stagnant sales.

Scene and Heard at ECRM

While dominant in the ethnic arena with brands such as African Pride and Creme of Nature, Colomer USA is looking to expand its presence in the general market side of the business.

Snippets: Tennis Anyone? ... Pure H20 ... Sothys Man ...

Warren-Tricomi Salon will hold court at the U.S. Open, serving as the official "Hairstylist to the Players" for the 2005 and 2006 tennis tournaments.

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