beauty retail

Redken For Men High Up Spiking Cream Wax

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Redken For Men High Up Spiking Cream Wax

This product features suspending agents that provide a gel-wax hybrid consistency. It also uses a microcystalline structure that allows for long-lasting hairstyles. The wax works to create height while maintaining a malleable yet strong finish. Visit www.redken.com.

EVOLUTIONMAN NU NOIR Face & Body Wash

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EVOLUTIONMAN NU NOIR Face & Body Wash

This combination face and body wash works to visibly minimize the look of fine lines, and purify and smooth the skin's texture. It uses a blend of more than 5% AHA’s and BHA’s that works to refine skin texture, and includes a refreshing, sensual NU NOIR fragrance. It also works to combat both face and back acne. It’s pH balanced and formulated without harsh ingredients. Visit www.evolution-man.com.

Imperial Barber Products

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Imperial Barber Products

Boasting a “Made by Barbers. Made to work. Made in the USA” tag line, this men’s grooming line was created by a team that spent a combined 26 years in the Los Angeles and New York barber culture. The founder ensures strict small-batch quality control for the line, which includes hair pomades, after-shave, pre-shave, shave soaps, a soap canister and a travel shave brush. Visit www.imperialbarberproducts.com.

Soft Goat Scruff and Goatee Softener

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Soft Goat Scruff and Goatee Softener

Marketed as a first of its kind, this new men’s grooming product addresses the issue of sharp facial hair. It features a hypoallergenic pad that dulls the sharp edges that trimming and shaving leave behind, leaving a man’s face soft until the next shave. Each package contains three of the hypo-allergenic pads. The company notes that a women’s version is coming soon. Visit www.thesoftgoat.com.

Consumers Will Shop In-Store for the Holidays

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Consumers Will Shop In-Store for the Holidays

Consumers love a good deal—but will be drawn to brick and mortars this holiday season for the experience, according to the recently released study “Amazon Can’t Do That: Consumer Desire & the Store of the Future,” published by WD Partners, a customer-experience expert for global retail and food brands.

The study identifies what consumers are looking for in a shopping experience and presents a road map for brick and mortars to beat online-only retailers.

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