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Week In Beauty: Makeup for Men: Fad or Future?

Week In Beauty

October 21

Beauty Features

Makeup for Men: Fad or Future?

Jean Paul Gaultier tried it and failed in the Eighties, but beauty brands now are banking on hyperconnected Gen Z to pave the way for makeup's new customer base: men.

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Financial

Walgreens Expects Rite Aid Deal to Close in January

The company reported a dip in its fiscal-year earnings, but an increase in full-year sales.

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Financial

Walgreens Expects Rite Aid Deal to Close in January

The company reported a dip in its fiscal-year earnings, but an increase in full-year sales.

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Color Cosmetics

ColourPop and Hello Kitty Make Cute Cosmetics Together

The digital beauty brand's limited-edition collection with the iconic character is its biggest yet.

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Beauty Features

Influenster Polling for Best in Beauty Honors

Product reviews are said to sway beauty purchasers more than many other categories.

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Skin Care

Kourtney Kardashian and Manuka Doctor Celebrate Partnership

Beauty Features

Trendalytics Branches Into Beauty, Advises Rule Breaking

Parties

Poppy Delevingne, Dita Von Teese Toast Karen Elson's Gig With Jo Malone London

Beauty Features

Glow Recipe to Open Lane Crawford Pop-ups, Launch QVC

Color Cosmetics

Pat McGrath Launches Metalmorphosis 005, Talks 'Insane Metal Pigment'

Fragrance

Jo Malone London Bets on 'Britishness,' Taps Karen Elson

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