Top 5 Beauty Treads for 2013-2014


Saturday, May 11, 2013

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1 - Bosley products

The world leader in hair restoration, Bosley has produced tested products to help men and women with haircare for visibly thinning hair. If you suffer from thinning hair, are starting to lose hair or would like to ensure your scalp is in the optimal condition for maximum hair growth, you might be the customer for BosRevive.

2 - Products for men from Neutrogena and Nivea

Relief has come for men who suffer from irritation caused by shaving in the form of NIVEA For Men and Neutrogena Men. The products include: Neutrogena Men Razor Defense Post Shave Lotion, Neutrogena Men Razor Defense Shave Gel, Neutrogena Face Scrub, NIVEA For Men Cool Kick Post Shave Balm, NIVEA For Men Deep Cleansing Face Wash and NIVEA For Men Moisturising Shaving Foam.

3 - The Jamaican Black Castor Oil and Jamaica Mango & Lime products

Beauty Concept's customer service representative Alexia Paisley greeted us with "It works," at the hair and skin care event. She was proud to show us the Jamaican Black Castor Oil products with Jamaica Mango & Lime products for natural hair; these products were a big hit as the natural hair trend keeps growing.

4 - Weaving It In

The Beauty Concept team was on hand to show attendees the latest trends and styles for installing weaves at Beauty Concept. This trend will continue for 2013-2014.

5 - REDKEN & Sexy Hair Products

The REDKEN brand is suitable for dry hair, curly hair, colour-treated hair and the REDKEN brand also boasts a Keratin treatment. The products in the Sexy Hair line-up will continue to be popular with women who desire big, sexy hair.






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