The company has entered an agreement with the California-based bio-engineering startup Organovo specializing in 3D-printing of bio materials, particularly, human tissues, to automate and speed up the skin samples production.
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Dermablend will donate $1 to Look Good Feel Better, a non-profits that supports woman suffering from appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.
This will be a smart object enabled with colour-recognition technology that detects a colour palette in a woman's outfit by scanning her from feet to toe, and expertly suggest eye, lip and nail shades that better fit her style.
The study reveals that Apple continues to be the most valuable global brand and is now worth $185bn, followed by two other technology giants, Google ($113bn) and IBM ($113bn).
Building on the success of its For Women in Science initiative, L’Oréal starts a similar program for girls in the USA. The cosmetics giant has launched the dedicated www.forgirlsinscience.org website, which is “designed to inspire and empower girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (S.T.E.M).” The new online destination, created to support the emerging female scientists, works as an educative and entertaining site at the same time.
To reach younger consumers, French cosmetics giant L’Oréal acquires U.S. makeup California-based brand Urban Decay, which turned 16 this year. The company doesn’t say much about the financial side of the deal, but it is estimated at around $250-300 million.
The cosmetics brand with a 77-year history, L’Oréal’s Lancôme, taps a legendary, now 80-year old, animated character Betty Boop...