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News and information on nail care products, merchandising and trends in retail pharmacies.

Harmony Proteins takes collagen on the go

Harmony Proteins unveiled its Beauty Collagen Water, which comes in crisp apple, blackberry and watermelon flavors, at the Cosmoprof North America trade show.

Focus On: Kiss Products sticks with growth in its 30th year

Officials at Kiss Products believe that they are among the most unique and innovative in the industry, which can help retailers drive stronger sales and generate more profits from an admittingly stagnant marketplace.

Essie has named “Queer Eye” star Jonathan Van Ness its first non-female brand ambassador.

Sally Hansen is showing its support for GLAAD with the Pride Collection, which features a rainbow of bold Xtreme Wear shades.

Canon U.S.A is launching printable nail stickers, which can be accessed on the Canon Nail Sticker Creator App, and downloaded to one of its printers.

The Garden of Life Grass-Fed Collagen collection features three products that aim to give structure to skin, muscles, bone, hair and nails.

OPI and muralist Kent Yoshimura unveiled the “Through the Blossom” mural, which is located at a space in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo community.

DSN looks at five ways beauty brands and retailers are looking to survive a potentially forthcoming industry downturn.

A recent survey of retailers, manufacturers and service providers in the beauty category has indicated that current category performance, merchandising execution and retail reinvention are indicators of future growth.

The nail care category has been showing a slightly dull finish lately, but manufacturers are introducing new ways to make nails dazzle.

The Alice + Olivia x ImPress Press-On Manicure collection features six nail designs created by the fashion brand's CEO and creative director, Stacey Bendet.

Sally Hansen is channeling the ‘80s with its new Salon Neon Textual Feeling collection, which features nail appliques that are inspired by nostalgic neon hues and the millennial trend of “textual felling.”

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. -- Johnson & Johnson is looking to strengthen its position in hair care by agreeing to acquire Vogue International, a privately held personal care products company, for approximately $3.3 billion in cash.

J&J said the acquisition will include the OGX collection of shampoos, conditioners, treatments, styling products, body care and bath products, the FX line of hair styling products, and the Proganix and Maui Moisture hair care lines.

The imPRESS Press-On Pedicure is available in 16 ready-to-wear designs, features gel-finished nails and stands up to everyday wear, the company said.

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