Beauty agenda: voting open for US FiFi Awards

The American edition of the perfume prize features a Consumers' Choice Award for the first time - votes can be submitted through May 12. Also coming up over the next weeks: the Makeup Show in New York, Beautyworld in Tokyo, and a new exhibition on beauty culture in Los Angeles.

6th Makeup Show NYC
May 15-16
New York, USA

Growing from 40 to 70 exhibitors since its debut in 2005, The Makeup Show NYC will once again aggregate the top pro-makeup and beauty brands such as Make Up For Ever, Temptu, Inglot, L'Oréal, MAC Cosmetics, Stila, Smashbox, and others, and offer deep pro discounts from 20-60 percent off. Last year, The Makeup Show NYC show broke its record attendance for the two-day event, attracting over 5,000 attendees.
www.themakeupshow.com

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13th Beautyworld Japan

May 16-18
Tokyo, Japan

Since its premiere in 1998, Beautyworld Japan has recorded a growing product spectrum and rising visitor numbers, though it still lags in prestige compared to the original German version of Beautyworld. Yet, when it comes to Asia's cosmetics market, it's an industry event not to be missed.
http://www.beautyworldjapan.com


Beauty Culture

May 21 - November 27
Los Angeles, USA

The Annenberg Space for Photography's new display will explore the myths and legends as well as the perils of beauty and its industry. Documenting the evolution of the definition of beauty throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, the exhibition will feature 170 photographs and more than 500 digital images by renowned photographers including Herb Ritts and Man Ray and the contemporary David LaChapelle, Ellen von Unwerth, and Terry Richardson.
http://www.annenbergspaceforphotography.org


39th Fifi Awards

May 25
New York, USA

The Oscars of the fragrance world have been given to the most creative noses in the industry for the past 39 years and the ceremony is attended by more than 1,000 members of the international fragrance community. The awards are presented by celebrities from the worlds of fashion, theater, film and TV. Armani's Acqua di Gioia, Chanel's Chance Eau Tendre, Gucci Guilty, Pure DKNY, and Voyage d'Hermès are all in the running for the grand prize.
http://www.fragrance.org
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35th Hair Expo Australia

June 11-13
Sydney, Australia

The largest hairdressing event to be held in the southern hemisphere, the Hair Expo showcases all the latest developments in cutting, coloring and extensions, as well as on tanning and nail products. The best coiffeurs of Australia and New Zealand will be honored at the close of the three-day industry event at the Schwarzkopf Professional Hair Expo Awards.
http://www.hairexpoaustralia.com

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