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‘Selfie-awareness’ is one of the leading drivers in the growing demand for cosmetic surgery, according to The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
A Melbourne woman who complained about her new feather stroke eyebrows is being sued by the cosmetic tattooist that carried out the procedure as well as the salon she co-owns.
Brands that make consumers ‘feel their best’ will grow the most in 2018, according to The NPD Group.
Reed Exhibitions has appointed Cory Watson, the current head of Fairfax’s Essential Baby & Toddler Show, as the new director of Beauty Expo Australia,
2017’s most popular social media posts by beauty influencers have been revealed in The Global Influencer Marketing Report.
A leading dermatologist has warned Australians to ‘think very carefully’ before getting eyebrow, eyeliner or lip liner tattoos.
Australians are expected to spend $50 billion in the lead up to this Christmas – and beauty products are certain to be at the top of many shopping lists.
Australia’s most popular beauty influencer, Chloe Morello, has attacked beauty influencers who are “committing fraud” by buying fake followers and garnering false ‘likes’ and ‘comments’ on Instagram.
Just one month after being banned for making misleading claims in its UK advertising, Skinny Tan has appointed PR queen Roxy Jacenko as its brand ambassador in Australia.
The obsession with all things beauty is no longer limited to women. New research shows that male grooming has become one of beauty industry’s fastest changing, and fastest growing, segments.
Four years after opening her first clinic in Melbourne, Katherine Millar-Shannon is enjoying success in Sydney too after discovering a niche in the seemingly cluttered beauty market.
SkinnyTan, the self-tanning brand that became a global session after winning over investors on the Dragon’s Den tv series, has been banned from making misleading advertising claims.