It’s no surprise that beauty has fast grown into a multi-billion-dollar industry over the decades. As most women know, the range of hair products, skin potions, and cosmetics available at any drugstore or mall is enormous. In this infographic, the folks at Ogle School reveal 6 amazing beauty hacks.
Wrinkles – Everybody gets them at some point. However, there are a few simple steps you can take to avoid wrinkles as long as possible. And do not worry, facelifts didn’t make the list. Instead, Chamonix has developed the infographic below where you will find the best and easiest ways to prevent those pesky little wrinkles.
Grandmother wasn’t far off when she recognized the importance of basic beauty maintenance. While the propellants of certain beauty regiments are generally based around aesthetics, there are quite a number of health benefits to a person’s morning “beauty” ritual. eCellulitis.com takes a look at some of the old-school beauty secrets that also assist in healthy up-keeping.
The following infographic from onlinedegreetalk.org is a quick guide to the beauty business and what it is like to be a cosmetologist. Learn about cosmetology degree requirement, job outlook, industry wise income & highest paying US states for one of the top career choices.
Let’s face facts, ladies – we all want beautiful shiny hair that is full of body, and countless products claim they can help us obtain this. But, what ingredients in common beauty products really make difference? This infographic by Look Fantastic takes a look at the myths of haircare and the truths behind them.
The self-regulated cosmetics industry makes its money with the promise of beauty, though sometimes it neglects to mention that certain chemicals within its products are severely toxic. We pay upwards to $50 billion every year to look and smell fantastic, but for those of you who thought beauty was only skin deep – you may be in for an ugly surprise.
The land of beautiful people is not always so glamorous. This infographic explores the plastic surgery disasters and the surgeries that actually made a positive difference.
America’s is obsessed with beauty – but at what cost? How about to the tune of $7 billion a year, but that’s nothing compared to the toll the industry takes on women. Society is bombarded with advertisements of thin models with the latest beauty product – convincing women that they’ll be beautiful only if they buy that product or look like that women.