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By Dallas Morning News | February 5, 1992
WHEN PRESCRIPTIVES' new line of 115 foundations for skin started arriving at cosmetics counters, minority customers cheered.That is the word about the "All Skins" line from Susanne Spencer, a Prescriptives counter manager at Neiman Marcus. Such an emotional response may be due to the fact that for years many mainstream and upscale cosmetics companies failed to provide products for women of color.That finally is changing with lines such as All Skins, which offer possibilities for virtually every complexion.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Special to the Sun | July 4, 2004
America's favorite pop star Jessica Simpson was onto something when she created Dessert Beauty, a line of edible, sweet-tasting body mousses, "kissable" fragrances and tasty body shimmers and shakes. (Dessert is available at www.sephora.com). There's a wealth of sweet smelling lotions, potions, creams and sprays and gels out there right now. And the plethora of sweet lip-glosses in particular is just astounding. Here's the lowdown on a few: What: Philosophy Kiss Me Tube Flavors: Pink peppermint and red citrus Where: $10 at Nordstrom and www. philosophy.
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By Orange County Register | June 6, 1991
Santa Ana, Calif. -- She was shopping for cosmetics at a Thrifty Drug Store in Garden Grove, Calif. She looked over every shelf and easily selected Maybelline black mascara and a Flame Glo eyelash curler.But when it came to makeup for her cheeks, Eusebia Pulido of Westminster examined a Cover Girl blusher sealed in plastic, hesitated, then put it back."I don't know what's good for my color and my skin," Ms. Pulido said, referring to her medium-tone features. "If they had makeup just for Hispanic women, I'd buy it."
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By Jean Patteson and Jean Patteson,Orlando Sentinel | April 8, 1992
Paula Begoun spent $15,000 on cosmetics last year. Not because she's vain, but because she's curious."I wanted to find out which were the best products and which products offered the best value for the money," said Ms. Begoun, 38, a Seattle makeup artist-turned-author. She was in Orlando recently to promote her new book, "Don't Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me: An Eye Opening Guide to Brand Name Cosmetics" (Beginning Press, $10.95).Along with her first book, "Blue Eyeshadow Should Be Illegal," which explored the cosmetics industry's advertising and promotion techniques, it has earned her the nickname, "Ralph Nader of Rouge."
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By Lisa Lytle and Lisa Lytle,Orange County Register | July 10, 1991
SANTA ANA, Calif. She was shopping for cosmetics at a Thrifty Drug Store in Garden Grove, Calif. She looked over every shelf and easily selected Maybelline black mascara and a Flame Glo eyelash curler.But when it came to makeup for her cheeks, Eusebia Pulido of Westminster examined a Cover Girl blusher sealed in plastic, hesitated, then put it back."I don't know what's good for my color and my skin," Pulido said, referring to her medium-tone features. "If they had makeup just for Hispanic women, I'd buy it."
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By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Staff Writer | March 26, 1992
Paula Begoun is the funny, informed and candid friend every woman needs. Her book, "Don't Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me, an Eye Opening Guide to Brand Name Cosmetics," cuts through beauty babble and hype and evaluates more than 30 major cosmetics companies on the performance of their line of products. The $10.95 paperback cost can eventually be recovered by heeding some of her smart saving tips.Ms. Begoun's information is subjective, based on personal forays through department stores and drug store racks.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Special to the Sun | July 4, 2004
America's favorite pop star Jessica Simpson was onto something when she created Dessert Beauty, a line of edible, sweet-tasting body mousses, "kissable" fragrances and tasty body shimmers and shakes. (Dessert is available at www.sephora.com). There's a wealth of sweet smelling lotions, potions, creams and sprays and gels out there right now. And the plethora of sweet lip-glosses in particular is just astounding. Here's the lowdown on a few: What: Philosophy Kiss Me Tube Flavors: Pink peppermint and red citrus Where: $10 at Nordstrom and www. philosophy.
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By Jean Patteson and Jean Patteson,Orlando Sentinel | April 8, 1992
Paula Begoun spent $15,000 on cosmetics last year. Not because she's vain, but because she's curious."I wanted to find out which were the best products and which products offered the best value for the money," said Ms. Begoun, 38, a Seattle makeup artist-turned-author. She was in Orlando recently to promote her new book, "Don't Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me: An Eye Opening Guide to Brand Name Cosmetics" (Beginning Press, $10.95).Along with her first book, "Blue Eyeshadow Should Be Illegal," which explored the cosmetics industry's advertising and promotion techniques, it has earned her the nickname, "Ralph Nader of Rouge."
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By Pat Morgan and Pat Morgan,Knight-Ridder Newspapers | September 25, 1991
Why is it that those who virtually define a category so often deny membership? Such as:NOT YUPPIES who wear Rolexes and drive BMWs and who identified so strongly with "thirtysomething" that they sent flowers to Gary's funeral.NOT FASHION VICTIMS, who dress in too-trendy clothes they shouldn't be allowed to buy.NOT BEAUTY PAGEANTS, which feature scantily clad women parading in front of a judging panel competing for a title.Count among the last category the Elite Look of the Year contest, held Sept.
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April 24, 1991
Maybelline has introduced Shades of You, a line of cosmetics especially for black women. The line includes a wide range of shades and special formulas that won't make sking look chalky. The foundation, lipstick, concealer, powder blush and pressed powder sells for between $3.35 and $5.50.A free phone call will tell you where the line is available. Dial 1-800-282-7423. The operator will ask you to punch in your ZIP code and you'll hear the name and location of one or more stores in your area.
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By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Staff Writer | March 26, 1992
Paula Begoun is the funny, informed and candid friend every woman needs. Her book, "Don't Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me, an Eye Opening Guide to Brand Name Cosmetics," cuts through beauty babble and hype and evaluates more than 30 major cosmetics companies on the performance of their line of products. The $10.95 paperback cost can eventually be recovered by heeding some of her smart saving tips.Ms. Begoun's information is subjective, based on personal forays through department stores and drug store racks.
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By Dallas Morning News | February 5, 1992
WHEN PRESCRIPTIVES' new line of 115 foundations for skin started arriving at cosmetics counters, minority customers cheered.That is the word about the "All Skins" line from Susanne Spencer, a Prescriptives counter manager at Neiman Marcus. Such an emotional response may be due to the fact that for years many mainstream and upscale cosmetics companies failed to provide products for women of color.That finally is changing with lines such as All Skins, which offer possibilities for virtually every complexion.
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By Pat Morgan and Pat Morgan,Knight-Ridder Newspapers | September 25, 1991
Why is it that those who virtually define a category so often deny membership? Such as:NOT YUPPIES who wear Rolexes and drive BMWs and who identified so strongly with "thirtysomething" that they sent flowers to Gary's funeral.NOT FASHION VICTIMS, who dress in too-trendy clothes they shouldn't be allowed to buy.NOT BEAUTY PAGEANTS, which feature scantily clad women parading in front of a judging panel competing for a title.Count among the last category the Elite Look of the Year contest, held Sept.
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By Lisa Lytle and Lisa Lytle,Orange County Register | July 10, 1991
SANTA ANA, Calif. She was shopping for cosmetics at a Thrifty Drug Store in Garden Grove, Calif. She looked over every shelf and easily selected Maybelline black mascara and a Flame Glo eyelash curler.But when it came to makeup for her cheeks, Eusebia Pulido of Westminster examined a Cover Girl blusher sealed in plastic, hesitated, then put it back."I don't know what's good for my color and my skin," Pulido said, referring to her medium-tone features. "If they had makeup just for Hispanic women, I'd buy it."
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By Orange County Register | June 6, 1991
Santa Ana, Calif. -- She was shopping for cosmetics at a Thrifty Drug Store in Garden Grove, Calif. She looked over every shelf and easily selected Maybelline black mascara and a Flame Glo eyelash curler.But when it came to makeup for her cheeks, Eusebia Pulido of Westminster examined a Cover Girl blusher sealed in plastic, hesitated, then put it back."I don't know what's good for my color and my skin," Ms. Pulido said, referring to her medium-tone features. "If they had makeup just for Hispanic women, I'd buy it."
BUSINESS
October 14, 1992
Britain to urge trade flexibilityBritain will press its European Community partners, particularly France, to take a more flexible negotiating position in the long-stalled global trade talks, according to informed sources, the Journal of Commerce reported.At a special EC summit Friday in Birmingham, England, British Prime Minister John Major will stress to the attending heads of state that the opportunity to get a deal in the Uruguay Round is fading fast and the narrow differences over farm trade must be bridged in the coming weeks.
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By Tamara Ikenberg and Tamara Ikenberg,Sun Staff | July 16, 2000
It may be in your handbag. It may be in your medicine cabinet. It may be out of stock, in which case you may have a beauty breakdown. Everyone's got an essential primping product. We asked some high-profile Baltimore women to name and explain their can't-live-without cosmetics. Where to buy it: Here are a few places to find the cosmetics mentioned: NIVEA lotion and Maybelline Great Lash Mascara: available at local drug stores Burt's Bees products: available at Fresh Fields Kiehl's Silk Groom: available at Etches Salon, 6071 Falls Road Decleor Self-Tanning Hydrating Emulsion: available at DK Salon and Co., 6080 Falls Road MAC lipstick and Calvin Klein Eye Color Wash: Both available at Nordstrom Creme de la Mer: Call 212-940-2476 to order, or visit www.blissworld.
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