Weekly beauty agenda: Chanel nail bar, Benefit skincare launch

Here are some of the biggest beauty events and product releases coming up within the next weeks.

Chanel nail bar
March 8 & March 10
Paris, France

As part of Chanel's pop-up boutique in collaboration with Parisian concept store Colette at 336-340 rue Saint-Honoré, fans of the brand's nail polish will be able to enjoy manicures at the Chanel bar on March 8 and March 10, from 3pm to 6pm.
For more gimmicks of the pop-up store, visit http://www.colette.fr/#/a/4/news.


44th Cosmoprof
March 18-21
Bologna, Italy

One of the leading international beauty fairs, Cosmoprof will again showcase upcoming trends in the fragrance, cosmetics, hair, beauty and spa industries and expects to receive more than 2,300 exhibitors from 55 countries in its 185,000-square-meter exhibition space. The North American (in Las Vegas), Asian (in Hong Kong) and Eurasian (in Istanbul) versions will follow later in the year.
http://www.cosmoprof.com/en
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21st In-cosmetics Europe
March 29-31
Milan, Italy

Held annually each spring in a major European city, In-cosmetics Europe is the leading industry event for personal care ingredients suppliers, formulators, and research and development specialists. Staged over two days, it will showcase the most innovative cosmetics ingredients and technologies offering insight into scientific advances, emerging trends and regulations. A big component of this year's fair will focus on organic beauty ingredients like IBR products and plant-based emulsifiers for creams and lotions. In-cosmetics' younger Asian edition will take place in Bangkok in the second half of the year.
http://www.in-cosmetics.com
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Benefit skincare launch
April
International

The cosmetics brand hasn't released any skincare products in a while, but is gearing up for a major launch with its B. Right line that will release at its boutiques worldwide in April. The collection will include cleansers, emulsions, and creams, retailing from $21 to $38.
http://www.benefitcosmetics.com

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