The global nail polish market is expected to reach US$15.55bn by 2024, according to Grand View Research.
L’Oréal has teamed up with TerraCycle to give schools around the country the chance to win a $45,000 playground.
Ten years after opening its first hair and beauty trade superstore in Queensland, glamaCo has opened its sixth store – and is also increasing its beauty product range.
Brisbane-based nail educator Kathy White has won the Nailympia Australia ‘Champion of Champions’ award for the second year in a row.
After four years on Glebe Island, Beauty Expo Australia’s return to Darling Harbour on the weekend was hailed a great success by exhibitors and visitors alike.
More than 300 beauty professionals showed off their skills and talent in the inaugural Sunshine Pro Series Competition in Brisbane last week.
Jonny Diep Pham, the Australian runner-up in the 2016 NAILS’ Next Top Nail Artist competition, was presented with a CND gift-pack to celebrate his success on Sunday.
Time is running out for makeup and nail artists who want to compete in this year’s Nailympia Australia and Face2Face Makeup Awards.
More than 200 of Australia’s beauty professionals will be competing ‘live’ at the Brisbane Hair & Beauty Expo this Sunday and Monday.
Despite continuing economic uncertainity in the US, Cosmoprof North America attracted a record breaking 36,787 attendees.
Managing director of Professional Salon Brands John Restaino talks to Professional Beauty about his passion for helping salons succeed through quality products and professional support.
Six thousand hair and beauty professionals are expected to attend the third annual Brisbane Hair & Beauty Expo this month to ‘experience the latest in education, products, techniques, equipment and entertainment’.
A UK campaign urging women to ‘ditch the junk’ in cosmetics to lower their risk of breast cancer has been condemned by the cosmetics industry.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced legal action against an Adelaide nail salon for allegedly underpaying two young migrant workers by more than $50,000.
Apart from displaying thousands of new products, Beauty Expo Australia will give beauty professionals the chance to upgrade their knowledge and skills with an extensive education program.
Following its record-breaking success last year, Cosmoprof Asia will be introducing Cosmopack Asia, a ‘show within the show’, at this year’s event.
Beauty Expo Australia will return to its Darling Harbour home at a brand new venue, the International Convention Centre Sydney, next month with “a bevy of exciting brands and new products to see, sample, and shop”.
Thirty two years after first opening its doors in Adelaide, Hyde Park College of Skin and Body Therapy has moved to bigger and better premises in the centre of the city.