The European Commission has just made available on its website a list of national ...
The import and sale of cosmetic products for which animal tests have been performed during development are to be banned in California. The California Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, SB 1249 was unanimously passed by the California Senate on August 30, 2018. Once signed by the Governor of the State, this provision is expected to come into force on 1st January 2020.
With its mobile application “Y’a quoi dedans” (What’s in it), the Système U group joins the clan, how trendy, of analyses of ingredient lists All you have to do is scan the barcode of a product to find out if it contains undesirable substances or not. The application takes all its documentation from the free Open Food Fact database (which lists approximately 374,000 products in France), as do other food decoding tools. “Y’a quoi dedans” is still in its infancy and will probably be enriched in the near future. It may become collaborative. For the time being, this application targets only foodstuffs, but in the long term, it will also focus on non-consumable products and cosmetics.
This is the first time a distributor has decided to develop such a tool.
Marc-antoine Jamet, General Secretary of LVMH and President of the Cosmetic Valley, to give a two-hour interview to the members of the CEW on September 11, 2018, from 6 to 8 pm. A donation of 25 euros, in favour of the beauty centres, is requested from each participant.
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Glossier, the cult beauty brand known for its Millennial following, is looking to revolutionize the retail landscape once again. The Los Angeles-based brand, which is famous for its signature minimalist approach to packaging and marketing, is working on launching a social selling website. The platform, which is apparently in the early stages of planning, will incorporate elements of social networks as well as acting as a retail spot for the brand’s skincare, fragrance and makeup products.
The move would be the next major step in a rapid growth story for Glossier, which was founded by CEO Emily Weiss in 2013 as an online venture that has become a major beauty brand. Earlier this year, Weiss announced that the brand had raised $52 million in Series C fundraising.
The French fashion and beauty house announced the launch of its first-ever dedicated line of makeup for men. Three initial ‘Boy de Chanel’ essentials will be available in South Korea from September 1, 2018, and in the rest of the world from November 2018.
At its launch, the ‘Boy de Chanel’ makeup line will comprise three basics: a tinted foundation fluid, available in four shades, which is designed to disguise imperfections in a natural-looking manner, an almost-invisible lip balm that will protect and hydrate, and an eyebrow pencil that also comes in four shades.
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British women are spending more than ever on skincare. A report from market research ...
08/10/2018 L'Oréal is teaming up with Facebook to bring augmented reality makeup experiences to the masses
L’Oréal is teaming up with Facebook to bring augmented reality makeup experiences to the masses. The global cosmetics giant is joining forces with the social media platform via ModiFace, the AR company that it acquired earlier this year. Modiface will offer Facebook users the chance to virtually try on a range of makeup products from some of L’Oréal’s best-known brands, including Maybelline, L’Oréal Paris, NYX Professional Makeup, Lancôme, Giorgio Armani, Yves Saint Laurent, Urban Decay, and Shu Uemura. The project will kick off at the end of this month with an NYX experience.
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