Color Cosmetics


Color Cosmetics

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MAC Cosmetics Grand Central Station James Gager Sheila Choi Jennifer Balbier

MAC's On Board at Grand Central Station

MAC Cosmetics’ newest jewelbox — a Grand Central Station store — is on track to generate close to $2 million in retail sales in its first 12 months.

OPI Computes Deal With Dell

The trendy, quirky nail lacquer brand OPI Products Inc. and Dell Inc. hope to turn the laptop computer into the newest fashion accessory.

Estée Lauder's New Widget: Trying on Makeup

Estée Lauder has a new tool for women shopping on its Web site.

Diorshow Extase, Capture Totale One Essential,

Dior's Latest Items Target Lashes and Skin

Parfums Christian Dior is gearing up for the introductions of Diorshow Extase mascara and Capture Totale One Essential serum.

Lilly Pulitzer in Full Bloom

New acessories, home furnishings, cosmetic and green initiatives sprout.

Fred Farrugia, Sephora, Make Up For Ever, Smoky Lash Mascara, Aqua Eyes liner, Sens’Eyes cleanser, HD High Definition Primer, HD High Definition Powder. I

Fred Farrugia Shows His True Colors

Fred Farrugia, Lancôme¿s former artistic director for makeup, is back in the spotlight, with a highly creative color cosmetics line.

Argan oil, green cosmetics, natural cosmetics, organic beauty,

Josie Maran Expands, Eyes Backer

Josie Maran Cosmetics is being rolled out to an additional 80 doors this fall.

Energizing Beauty Products: On the Mark

A slew of super products are getting ready to energize beauty counters everywhere.

Kat Von D, L.A. Inked, Shear Genius, Dr. 90210, Tabatha's Salon Takeover, beauty television shows,

Reality TV-Related Brands Can See Sales Boom

Entrepreneurial brands are hitting the reality TV airwaves in the hopes of building business.

Beverley Knight

Beauty Retailers: The V.I.P. List

Cutting-edge retailers around the world divulge the five launches they’re most excited about for fall-and why.

MAC and Dsquared Create 'Ziegfeld Follies' Makeup

When it comes to makeup, Dsquared’s gal is no wallflower.

Women Sticking to Makeup Habits

Ninety percent of women polled in the U.S. and Europe haven’t changed their makeup usage during the economic crisis.

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