HABA’s Juliet Docwra outlines four simple but effective tips to deal with discrimination, bullying and harassment in your workplace.
Redefining Beauty will launch Australia’s first digital vending machine dispensing beauty products next month.
After showcasing all 10 brands at seven different stands at the Sydney Beauty Expo, Professional Beauty Solutions held its third annual Passion to Profits seminar for its salon partners.
On the eve of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Skeyndor Australia has launched a ‘Wear Pink to Think Pink’ campaign to raise funds for the Thinkpink Foundation.
Thirty years after beginning her career as one of the world’s most famous models, Claudia Schiffer has launched her first makeup range.
DMK Australia and New Zealand has been voted the world’s leading DMK supplier for the 12th year in a row.
After raising $1.2 million for women’s mental health last year, Liptember has launched its 2017 campaign with plans to raise even more this month.
Five of Australia’s best makeup artists were rewarded for their outstanding talent at this year’s Face2Face Makeup Awards.
The clothes weren’t the only viewing pleasure for fashionistas at the David Jones Spring Summer show last week – MAC’s latest makeup looks were also a big hit.
Hair and Beauty Australia has donated $5000 to help Australians living with depression and anxiety.
Workplace discrimination, bullying and harassment is an emerging and ongoing issue for salons across the hair and beauty industry, writes HABA’s Juliet Docwra.
Ultraceuticals has beaten business heavyweights such as Telstra and Foxtel to win the Platinum Award for ‘Best Blended Learning Model’ in the 2017 LearnX Awards.
Despite continuing economic uncertainity in the US, Cosmoprof North America attracted a record breaking 36,787 attendees.
Babor Australia has launched a ‘new and much improved’ website to improve ‘customer usability and experience’.
Leading salon and spa software creator Kitomba has appointed co-founder Al Quinn as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Brisbane-based beauty therapist Hazel Neilon has won a $1500 holiday in Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics’ biggest ever competition in Australia.
Chinese consumers love for the facial mask shows no signs of slowing, with new research predicting that the market will grow 15.8 percent in value each year over the next five years.
Australian online beauty retailer RY.com.au has added 20 leading makeup brands – including popular salon brands Youngblood, Jane Iredale and Clarins – to its offering.