American Beauty Industry Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0313359504
  • ISBN-13: 9780313359507
  • DDC: 338.4
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 338 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released March 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010

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Overview

Focuses exclusively on the many aspects of the American beauty industry, covering both its diverse origins and its global reach.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
List of Entries by Topic.
Preface.
Introduction.
Chronology.
1: Acne.
2: Advertising.
3: African American Beauty Industry.
4: Afro.
5: Androgyny.
6: Animal Rights.
7: Anti-Aging Products and Techniques.
8: Arden, Elizabeth.
9: Asian American Beauty Industry.
10: Aveda.
11: Avon.
12: Baldness.
13: Barbers and Barbershops.
14: Bath and Body Works.
15: Beauty Pageants.
16: Beauty Schools.
17: Beauty Shops and Salons.
18: Bed Head.
19: Blondes.
20: Bob, The.
21: Body Shop, The.
22: Botox.
23: Bouffant.
24: Branding.
25: Brown, Bobbi.
26: Calvin Klein (1942–).
27: Cellulite.
28: Chanel, Coco (1883–1971).
29: Charm Schools.
30: Cosmetics.
31: Cosmetic Surgery.
32: Cosmopolitan.
33: Covergirl.
34: Dandruff.
35: Dermatology.
36: Designers.
37: Dieting.
38: Display.
39: Dove's Campaign for Real Beauty.
40: Dr. 90210.
41: Ebony.
42: Endorsements of Products, Celebrity.
43: Estée Lauder.
44: Extreme Makeover.
45: Fashion Magazines.
46: Fat Farms.
47: Feminism.
48: Film.
49: Focus Groups.
50: Gentlemen's Quarterly (GQ).
51: Global Markets, U.S. Trends in.
52: Grooming, Male.
53: Hair Care Products.
54: Hairdressers.
55: Hair Shows.
56: Hair Straightening.
57: Hairstyles.
58: Hairstylists, Celebrity.
59: Health and Safety.
60: Hip Hop.
61: How to Look Good Naked.
62: Infomercials.
63: Internet.
64: Johnson Products.
65: Labor.
66: Latina Beauty Industry.
67: Magazines, Men's.
68: Makeovers.
69: Makeover Television.
70: Makeup Artists, Celebrity.
71: Malone, Annie Turnbo (1869–1957).
72: Manicurists and Nail Technicians.
73: Manufacturing.
74: Mary Kay Cosmetics.
75: Max Factor (C. 1877–1938).
76: Maxim.
77: Men's Health.
78: Metrosexuals.
79: Models, Male.
80: Models and Modeling.
81: Nail Art.
82: Nail Salons.
83: Natural Look.
84: Organic Trends and Products.
85: Packaging.
86: Perfumes and Fragrances.
87: Permanents.
88: Piercing.
89: Procter and Gamble.
90: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.
91: QVC.
92: Religion and Beauty.
93: Retail.
94: Revlon.
95: Rubinstein, Helena (C. 1870–1965).
96: Sally's Beauty Supply.
97: Sassoon, Vidal (1928–).
98: Seventeen.
99: Skin Care Lines, Men's.
100: Spas.
101: Tanning.
102: Tattoos.
103: Teen Market.
104: Toni&Guy.
105: Trade Journals and Publications.
106: Trade Shows.
107: Tween Market.
108: Undergarments.
109: U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
110: Vitamins and Beauty Supplements.
111: Vogue.
112: Walker, Madam C. J. (1867–1919).
113: Waxing.
114: What Not to Wear.
115: Whitening, Brightening, and Bleaching.
116: Wigs and Hairpieces.
117: Wolf, Naomi (1962–).
Percentage of U.S. Beauty Industry Employees by Occupation, Sex, Race, and Ethnicity, 2007.
Number of Salon-Type Establishments in the United States with Payroll Employees.
Selected Bibliography.
Index.
About the Editor and Contributors.