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Fromm 1907 Vintage Barber Cape

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This professional 45-inch by 60-inch cape is made with lightweight polyester and has a vintage tools print. Its water-resistant treatment keeps clients dry and protected; and an extra-long adjustable snap closure makes it suitable for a variety of sizes. The 1907 salon apparel signature includes authentic materials and a high level of craftsmanship for optimal protection and comfort. Visit www.frommbeauty.com.

NY NOW Awards Personal-Care Products

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TOCCA Holiday Candela Collection

Five companies from across the United States and Canada have been named Personal Care + Wellness Best New Product Award winners for the 2014 summer edition of NY NOW, the Market for Home + Lifestyle (formerly NYIGF).

Emery to Join Cortex USA Sept. 1 as CEO

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Emery to Join Cortex USA Sept. 1 as CEO

Longtime salon-industry executive Gregg Emery will be the new CEO of Cortex USA effective Sept. 1, Beauty Store Business has learned.

"It's a great opportunity to bring truly professional lines to the salon industry," Emery told BSB Aug. 18.

Established in 2004, Cortex is a supplier of advanced and fashion-forward products for both professional and home use—including blow-dryers, flat irons, curling irons, hairbrushes and other haircare items.

Kardashian Sisters Partnering With Farouk Systems on Hairstyling Products, Tools & Accessories

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Kardashian/Farouk: Hairstyling, Tools, Accessories

Farouk Systems is partnering with the Kardashian sisters—Kourtney, Kim and Khloé—to launch Kardashian Beauty, "a complete line" of "professional, salon-quality hairstyling products, tools and chic accessories" at "an approachable price point" that are scheduled to be offered through select retailers nationwide in spring 2015.

Known for setting hair trends via constantly updated hairstyles, the Kardashian sisters have become icons in beauty.

Fragrance Proves Essential to Beauty Routines

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Poshly Fragrance Report

Eighty percent of women wear fragrance at least once a week, according to a report recently released by Poshly, which builds personalization technologies that connect beauty brands with beauty consumers.

The Fragrance Report covers fragrance preferences and shopping habits, amongst key insights; and is based on results from more than 11,000 beauty consumers. The insights may serve to help beauty retailers' fragrance considerations as they determine their level of investment in the category.

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