• cosmetic brand
  • This coming winter, Japan's iconic cosmetic brand, shu uemura , will celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of its beauty boutique in Omotesando in central Tokyo with the Christmas collection "Six Heart Princess by takashi murakami for shu. (japantrends.com)
  • stake
  • In 1943, it acquired T. J. Lipton, a majority stake in Frosted Foods (owner of the Birds Eye brand) and Batchelors Peas, one of the largest vegetables canners in the UK. (wikipedia.org)
  • makeup
  • The collection features a wide variety of cosmetics (priced from ¥1,470 to ¥27,300), ranging from single items such as eyelash extensions, gel pencil eyeliners, UV under base mousse, cleansing oil, to more convenient sets such as Palette Kit, Brush Set, and Makeup Box. (japantrends.com)
  • However
  • However, luxury brands that Bluemercury courted were unsure whether they wanted to sell their goods on the internet, being unfamiliar with the incipient technology. (wikipedia.org)
  • However, as with many brands, the business was not managed uniformly so there were differences in performance between the countries. (wikipedia.org)
  • industry
  • First there was 'guyliner', 'manscara' and 'male varnish', now cosmetics brand, Eylure , has taken the male grooming industry to another level with the introduction of 'guylashes', the first fake eyelash collection for men. (huffingtonpost.co.uk)
  • In July 2006, Tony Moly Cosmetics was launched with the support of Tae Sung Industry. (wikipedia.org)
  • Borba was a 31-year-old Los Angeles beauty-industry veteran, responsible for previously launching brands such as Hard Candy cosmetics. (wikipedia.org)
  • website
  • Students will be involved in blogging, social media, website development, entrepreneurship and brand development on this postgraduate degree. (prospects.ac.uk)
  • modern
  • Brand awareness is strengthened through continued investment in R&D, attractive packaging and effective formulas which, when combined with a clean modern image, are strong pull factors aimed to gain end consumer acceptance. (cosmoprof.com)
  • The course encourages students to actively participate in debates about the professional, educational, political and cultural implications of beauty and cosmetics in modern societies around the world. (prospects.ac.uk)