Weekly beauty calendar

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After much ado, the first half of the
Twilight-inspired beauty range finally hits US stores next week, while Taylor Momsen keeps touring the country for Clinique's Fresh Faces Tour.

Twilight Beauty

October 15

After pre-selling its products online, the new movie saga-inspired beauty line will go on sale at US stores October 15: Luna Twilight, a play on the moon themes in the saga, is targeting older girls than Volturi Twilight (out October 30) and will go on sale at department stores Nordstrom and Dillard's ($18 - $34), comprising products for the eyes, lips, face and body,

US

Site: www.twilightbeauty.com

Clinique's Fresh Faces Tour

October 13-14

The label continues its beauty tour throughout the US together with teen star Taylor Momsen. Young beauty fans will have the chance of getting their make-up done by an expert, have their picture taken and enter their best shot into the Fresh Faces modelling competition. In addition, shoppers will be able to listen to the tunes of live DJs and snatch up beauty freebies at all of the locations.

Tallahassee, FL
Florida State University, Union Green (Outside of Oglesby Union), 87 North Woodward Avenue
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Site:

Beauty events coming up in the next four weeks

Autumn Perfumes Exhibition

October 22-31

Merging "ancient, oiled scents from the Arabian Gulf, modern cosmetic brands and everything else in-between," the Kuwait event is designed to provide common ground for Eastern and Western beauty brands. The fair, which covers everything from men's products to nail, hair, and spa products as well as cosmetics and packaging, is business-only but an important trend indicator for the industry.

Kuwait City, Kuwait

Site: www.kif.net

Movie premiere: Good Hair by Chris Rock

October 23

US comedian Chris Rock's documentary about African American hair culture tries to clear up the difference between "good" and "bad" hair, finding out what is in and on black women's heads.

USA

Site: www.goodhairmovie.net

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