Last week, the global color cosmetics trade show was in New York City and Cosmetics Design was there taking inventory of the latest offerings from contract manufacturers, formulators, fillers, and accessory suppliers.
The annual B2B color cosmetics event will be in the city September 19th and 20th. Over 100 suppliers are set to be on hand. And the thousands of beauty industry pros visiting will also have a robust agenda of conference programming to attend, with speakers...
The Benchmarking Company is a consumer research firm specializing in cosmetics, fragrance, personal care, and related sectors. And, at next month’s MakeUp in New York event, company co-founder Jennifer Stansbury will present up-to-date data on the state...
Mineral makeup remains popular in the color cosmetics category, while clean beauty alternatives and organic infusions are nudging in on the beauty market. Here, Suzanne Roberta of Adesse New York tells Cosmetics Design how nail care is keeping up.
Beauteam, the communication agency, behind the MakeUp in shows has relocated this year’s New York event to Brooklyn and are doubling down on what makes the franchise distinctive in an effort to serve the beauty industry even better.
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand introduced the bill—which would definitively ban the use of microbeads in beauty products and personal care formulations—that was unanimously passed last Friday and now is in the hands of President Obama.
This month, the Women’s Forum of New York held its third biennial event honoring companies striving to achieve gender balance on their corporate boards and just over 10 beauty companies and suppliers made the cut.
A focal point of this year’s MakeUp in New York event was the Innovation Tree, displaying new products judged to be the most novel and modern by six top industry experts. This photo gallery features standouts from among the 100 exhibitors on hand, as...
The Luxe Pack 2015 opened its doors May 13 - 14 at Pier 92, Manhattan, New York and in this photo gallery collection we bring you some of the show floor highlights, including the seminars, innovation zone and some of the product launch highlights.
With certain US states having recently proposed a ban on microbeads and personal care giants pledging to favor natural alternatives, a closer look at the feasibility of the shift could take a lot longer than expected.
New York-based Del Laboratories will close its Little Falls
cosmetics manufacturing facility by the end of the year with the
loss of up to 330 staff as part of moves to streamline its
operations and consolidate it with existing facilities...