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Make-Up for Cosmetic Advertising

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Beauty marketers are rushing to mine the trend with more foundation, blush, eye shadow and other cosmetics with natural-sounding "mineral" formulations and ingredients such as titanium dioxide, mica and potassium. The products with finely ground minerals are being promoted as sheer, "natural" looking and less irritating to skin than chemical-based products. In-store promotions for Maybelline's new Mineral Power line, for example, describe it as "more natural" and "healthier." Sales have taken off. Mass-market stores, including Wal-Mart (WMT) , sold $149 million worth of mineral-based ...
and many other types of products. A subset of cosmetics is called "make-up," which refers primarily to colored products intended to alter the user’s appearance. Many manufacturers distinguish between decorative cosmetics and care cosmetics. The manufacture of cosmetics is currently dominated by a small number of multinational corporations that originated in the early 20th century, but the distribution and sale of cosmetics is spread among a wide range of different businesses. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) which regulates cosmetics in the United States 1 defines cosmetics as: "intended to be applied ...
Two Effective Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures in Sydney
Cosmetic Dentistry is now a common and easy option for those who want to get that perfect smile and sparkling teeth and are unfortunately unable to get it naturally. Initially, cosmetic dentistry was pretty expensive because of the technology involved and it was also a bit more time consuming as compared to the latest techniques. It is of course a boon for those who long for a dazzling smile and it is indeed embarrassing if one keeps feeling conscious and has to think every time he or she wants to laugh out aloud. Teeth can get stained due to inappropriate lifestyle and habits like excessive drinking and smoking. Or it may be ... market research, surveys and trends
You look fine. You really do. All of you. - The F-Word
It is no longer enough to hate your breasts, face, stomach, legs, nose, ears and lips enough to get them sliced and diced or injected with poison . It’s no longer enough to have society tell you that your body is so very unacceptable that you should risk your life having major surgery in order to make it fit patriarchal ‘rules’ about thinness, pertness, tightness, hairlessness and perfection. Now, you have to apply the same thinking to your vagina . Are the muscles stretched? Are your labia too big - or too small? Is your mons pubis too big - or too small? Ditto clitoris. Well, you can have those cut up too. ... market research, surveys and trends


Cosmetic Surgery Procedures to Exceed 55 Million in 2015, ASPS ...
– More than 55 million cosmetic surgery procedures will be performed in 2015, predicts a recent study in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). This more than quadruples the number of procedures performed in 2005 , the study noted. Pushing this growth is increasing consumer awareness, direct-to-consumer marketing and advertising, as well as technological advances in non-surgical options, according to the study. “While today’s economy reflects a slow-down in plastic surgery procedures, the specialty will weather the current ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Chinese women go 'crazy' for cosmetics
While makeup was considered decadent and anti-revolutionary only 40 years ago, China has become the eighth largest cosmetics consumer in the world. Vast ad. billboards of foreign brand cosmetics line the hustling Wangfujing Commercial Avenue in Beijing. [womenofchina]   Foreign companies are investing in the market amidst fierce competition, willing to cash in on this renewed obsession with beauty in a country where there are "more lips than all of America and Europe combined." Glossy lips, shimmering eyes and velvet skin: the 20mx4m poster of L'Oreal's star model Leticia ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Ft. Lauderdale Plastic Surgeon Discusses 'SmartLipo' and the Importance of ...
practice, Robert E. Rothfield, MD, recently discussed the latest fads in the field of plastic surgery, and liposuction in particular. He says choosing a board-certified surgeon when considering cosmetic procedures like liposuction, or the nonsurgical option known as SmartLipo, is the most important decision a patient will make during the entire process. ( Vocus / PRWEB ) July 8, 2010 -- SmartLipo has recently been touted as a less invasive option for liposuction, but Dr. Robert E. Rothfield, a plastic surgeon in Ft. Lauderdale , recently cautioned patients against procedures like SmartLipo. While SmartLipo has been heavily ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Apple iOS 4.0 (Formerly iPhone OS 4.0)
last year, we noted that "many users will remember it as a consistent base hitter, or 'the version that should have shipped with the first iPhone'," even though it included "extremely significant under-the-hood improvements" that mightn't be fully appreciated at first. iOS 4.0 -- the newly-renamed iPhone OS 4 -- follows the same formula. Its most obvious new features are long awaited quality-of-life improvements such as folder support that Apple would be hard pressed to charge for, alongside major but less obvious changes that dramatically improve the iPhone's and iPod touch's ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Amendments to the Guidelines - ASC Interim Summary Document ...
Guidelines for Cosmetic Advertising and Labelling Claims ..... Covers up/hides age spots (make-up). • Diminishes appearance/the look/the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Healing beauty? More biotechnology cosmetic products that claim ...
Beauty—as the saying goes—is in the eye of the beholder, though this relativistic insight has not stopped humans from spending more than 6,000 years striving to artificially enhance their looks. From Ancient Egypt and Sumer until today, the quest for beauty is recorded in our literature, music and art. Even today, many women and men devote considerable amounts of time and money to selecting and applying the right combination of cosmetic products, and thus drive a huge—and still growing—cosmetics industry. In turn, cosmetics companies, in bids to outdo their competitors, are increasingly using the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Brief History of Beauty and Hygiene Products
The alteration of appearance through the use of cosmetics has been a practice for thousands of years. Oils and fragrances have been used for ceremonies and religious rites for just as long. In Ancient Egypt aristocrats applied minerals to their faces to provide color and definition of features. The Greeks were also known to paint their faces and the Romans used oil-based perfumes in baths and fountains, and even applied them to their weapons. The Roman Lucian is noted to have talked about women and cosmetics in his time, referring to their polishing their teeth and eyebrows. Alcohol-based perfumes were developed in the Middle ...
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Hi I am 30years old and going to be freshman in college this year, and i've been going through struggle with my major decision. I've been a make up artist/skin care specialist for a few years now and i want to stay within this beauty industry but work in a corporate environment rather than opening my private business. I see myself trading/representing prestigious cosmetic line like Lancome, Shiseido,Chanel,etc.. What would you call someone who held this kind of position? What are the responsibilities? what are the requirements to become one and what courses should I take? I was thinking about business management or ...
I want to promote my service but I dont know how to target only ...
Graphic Design (2), Corporate Law (1), Advertising (1), Internet Marketing (1), Business Development (1), Public Relations (1), Search Marketing (1), Social Enterpreneurship (1), Career Management (1), Ethics (1) Hi Arlene, Here's a little exercise you may want to try out… What usually works for me is to picture in my mind what our ideal client is and then write down everything that corresponds to that type of person. What kind of car do they drive? What do they care about? How much money do they make? Do they have kids? What do they do on the weekend? Feel free to get as detailed with this exercise as you can. Then ...