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Influenster Launches On-The-Go Beauty Shopping App

Product discovery and reviews platform Influenster has launched its new and improved mobile app for the iPhone and iPad. The Influenster app is designed to be the on-the-go shopping companion for members to compare products, write instant reviews and discover new products along the way. This mobile upgrade, alongside the unveiling of the brand new look and capabilities of Influenster.com, is set to offer users a seamless, immersive social experience that fully integrates products into their everyday lives.

Poshly Shares Its Summer Statistics

What do consumers think about summer beauty, sunscreen/SPF and self-tanning? Recently, beauty-industry data company Poshly told Beauty Store Business:

Summertime beauty

Beauty Bus Awards 2015 Lifetime Achievement Recipient

Beauty Bus Foundation's 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award is being presented to Beauty Collection's Shawn Tavakoli.

In his continued support of Beauty Bus programs, Tavakoli has a goal of raising $100,000 in donations to support the Beauty Bus mission.

SEPHORA Innovation Lab to Impact the Future of Retail

SEPHORA has unveiled the SEPHORA Innovation Lab, which will encompass both a physical space in San Francisco, as well as programs that foster the culture of innovation development and deployment along with grooming SEPHORA's next generation of digital leaders.

Fewer Women Shopped for Beauty in 2014

The vast majority of U.S. women—eight out of 10—shop for beauty products, but a 4% drop in 2014 brought the industry to its lowest level of shoppers since 2008, according to the Annual Beauty Consumer Economic Indicator, the latest beauty report from global information company The NPD Group.

Women Spend Big on Hair Care

Thirty-two percent of women tried a new haircare product in 2014, according to a recent Beauty by the Numbers report from The Benchmarking Co., a beauty and personal-care research firm.

The study reveals top haircare products and brands, as well as haircare and hair product-buying habits. Its findings were reported as follows:

The top regularly used at-home haircare products include:

99% Shampoo
96% Conditioner
59% Hair Spray