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he issue is that there is no issue. From the most successful corporate honchos to the greatest of saints, the MANTRA is that you have to work consciously being anchored in the present, learning from the mistakes and visualising a positive outcome! Whew! Was that too much? The hot summers in Northern Gangetic plains are perhaps getting at me! However, when it comes to this month it’s also one of weddings for the salon business, of suncare for the industry, of summer fragrances and deos and of relaxing facials and soothing body massages drenched in rose and khus. May is for mothers and all women who have a range of responsibilities that they balance to the best of each one’s ability! Mothers are so special and in India, we actually worship them! Mothers from a generation before mine also remind us of hot oil ‘champis’(head massages), or turmeric - cream face packs, rose water eye washes, or colon cleansing water with fennel or carom seeds! It’s amazing how effective these basic remedies turned out to be and how easily we forgot them. However, it’s also true that however much we oil our hair, we have to shampoo and condition to get optimum health and a further protective serum before we have it tonged, ironed or blow dried! Women have really been adding a lot of products to their regimes and it has sometimes made a big difference to how we look and feel!

Women have really been adding a lot of products to their regimes and it has sometimes made a big difference to how we look and feel!

However, we have miles to go when it comes to the issues of self esteem and self evaluation. We are always finding ourselves less than what we should be- at least most of us. Whilst on Mother’s Day, I have to concede that as women we do have an extra nurturing bone or two but that in no way makes us less- it makes us more! Sorry to all men who might find this too sexist, however, I have been lead to re-visit this after having read a brilliant book by Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg- LEAN IN! She very correctly points out that women shy away from taking credit of their work -- or do they? My experience working with youngsters brimming with energy is different -- it’s almost as if I KNOW and I AM WORTH IT! L’Oréal does not have to look further when it comes to women it has inspired through its tag line - ‘Because I am worth it’! With these mixed feelings of my own inadequate existence juxtaposed with others of supreme confidence, who are all but starting off in life, I wonder whether mothers of the next generation will be a different species, quite unrecognisable from those of yore or somewhere we will strike the real balance of confident, successful professionals and loving and caring mums!

Ritoo Jhha

Editor in Chief


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hat is innovation? While several and differing nuanced definitions exist in management and leadership thesis, all pundits agree on one thing: it is what makes your business stand out from the crowd.

Is innovation always proactive, though? And is proactive better? Not necessarily, I think. Even if you weren’t the first to hit the buzzer, how you react and respond to what peers are doing will define the way your story goes. Sure, being first to market with a new product can provide you with significant first-mover advantages, not to mention being forever labelled as a ‘pioneer’, but the high lasts only as long as it takes for a cleverer business to come along. Corporate history is replete with examples of companies – some of these are currently the most admired businesses in the world – who’ve grown (at least in their initial days) simply by copying and bettering the innovations of others. Yes, all that is fine, but where am I going with this, you’re thinking? Well, first, where this is coming from is the plethora of innovative labelling one sees on beauty products these days. Clearly, each brand needs and wants to differentiate from the herd, but is it all going too fast for a market that is still fairly nascent? Are we ready for second- and third-generation sunscreens, for example? Will there be enough volumes to sustain the innovation? The opposite argument, of course, is that great products create their own consumers and markets. Many years ago, this was said about the British fashion brand FCUK, as analysts pondered over what exactly worked for a line that had no hitherto demand! The truth is, customers don’t know what they want, as Steve Jobs famously informed us. Because they’ve never seen it. I prefer this – politically incorrect – line of thought. If you listened only to customers all the time, you would do what has already been done and never break the mould. And that’s not very innovative, is it?

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readers' I am in awe of your magazine and the work you all do here. Appreciate the effort your team is taking in getting us a product that’s a class apart. Keep it up! – Archana Bhargava, Lucknow Saw your April issue and was really bowled over by your design and research work on fragrances. Good work! – Nazia Mistry, Ahmedabad

LETTERS

Absolutely loved the latest issue of Beauty Launchpad with the focus on fragrances. Each page seemed to have a magical fragrance, which has made this a collector's issue for me! The layout and the choice of fonts and colours were very soothing to the eyes. A commendable effort – I think it is quite a revolution in the printing world! Keep up the splendid work. – Anamika, Chief Executive, Studio Eleven, Mumbai Have received a copy of the magazine, thank you. It is very well put together, and carries a substantial amount of relevant content. I am sure it will be very well received and will make a mark very quickly in the industry. – Bina Punjani, Bina Punjani Hair Studio, Goa

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IN THIS ISSUE

In Focus 42

Mythic Oil, the new hair revolution from L’Oréal Professionnel

NAIL Polished Look 88

Coat you nails with floral patterns, be they whimsical or artsy

BODY Body Beautiful 82

World-class treatments at the topmost destination spas in India

SPECIAL SECTION

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SUNCARE IN INDIA Product Scan 50

Protect yourself with the best of sun-proof hair and beauty products

Market Trend 54

A guide on sunscreen products for tiny tots

Trend Station 58

Professionals across the globe inspire you to revamp your beauty and hair wardrobe

Cover Feature

Elfin model Merrylin Boro is the muse for Rod Anker's gamine hair portraits

REGULARS

News Now 18

Recent updates from the world of beauty

First Look 28

A look at the latest launches in hair, skin and nails

Tool Talk 32 Events Calendar 100

New tools in the trade Beauty events happening across the globe

Spotlight 62

Innovation 66

Institut Esthederm's advancements head for India

Summer Hair 70

Summer's best wash and wear looks for both sexes

HAIR & BEAUTY Chat Room 34

Yann Vasnier, Fine Fragrance Perfumer at Givaudan

Events 36

Inocorp at the Toni & Guy Academy, and Shimmer & Glimmer

Expert insights on UV damage and the basics of SPF

Wellness 74 Design 90

Must-dos for buff holiday bodies Looks tweaks its inside story per catchment

COVER LOOK: Lace Amber Gown by Amit GT, Amethyst and Citron Earrings from Ensemble, Golden bracelet from Accessorize; prices on request


CONTRIBUTORS

may 2013 SIDDHARTHA SENGUPTA

ROD ANKER

Rod Anker, an international artist who is determined to change the way hairdressing is perceived in India, came to the country five years ago to establish a brand. Destined to do great things, he has now ventured off and started his signature brand Monsoon, with a vision to open 50 salons pan-India over the next three years. Monsoon Salon now has eight salons and will open in Mumbai later this year.

MIKHIL SALUJA

With pictorial style of capturing moments, the cinematography in Mikhil’s stills is an art board of visual delight. With a visualiser’s mindset, he mastered the art of photography from the hub of aesthetics – Italy. He generates not a photograph but an imprint, for the mind to enjoy and subtly dwell upon. Armed with a Bachelors in Design, New Delhi and Masters in Arts & Photography from IED, Italy, Mikhil oriented himself towards his twin passions of photography and art direction. His portfolio features snapshots of reputed fashion campaigns and magazines, to which will be added his capture on film of the vivacious Merrylin Boro for our cover.

With over two decades of experience in the speciality and super speciality chemicals industry, Siddhartha Sengupta currently spearheads sales for Merck’s decorative business of the Performance Materials division for Asia, including India and China, after taking it over in January 2013. Having joined Merck group in 2009 as head of Pigments business unit for India, Sri Lanka Nepal and Bangladesh, he was soon was selected to head the Performance Materials comprising pigments, cosmetic actives as well as advanced technologies (photovoltaics and ionic liquids) in 2011. Sengupta holds a Chemical Engineering degree along with Masters of Management Studies (MMS) with specialisation in Marketing.

DR. ANJU GHEI

Dr. Anju Ghei, Head Preventive Health Care, VLCC, is a registered medical practitioner, a post graduate certificate holder in physical rehabilitation techniques and an acupuncturist with special interest in wellness and fitness. An active sportsperson throughout her student life, she has wide-ranging experience of over 27 years with 12 years dedicated to wellness while with VLCC. She has been closely involved in the development and delivery of many effective fitness solutions scientifically combining nutrition, fitness, physiotherapy, and activity patterns for wellness and has conducted several interactive workshops promoting this throughout the country over the past four years.


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news now QUICK UPDATES ON WHAT’S BEEN HAPPENING IN THE WORLD OF BEAUTY | BY JHUMUR NANDI |

Symrise wins two awards for cosmetic ingredients

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Two products from Symrise have been recognised in this year’s PCHi Innovation award selection. SymWhite® 377 received a PCHi award for its skin brightening properties, while Sym3DTM convinced with its ability to help rebuild lip volume. At PCHi, Symrise also showed a wide array of products with high relevance for the Asian market. SymWhite® 377 provides visible brightening effects in 28 days. Beyond this, it has just recently received approval from the Chinese State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) for use in cosmetic formulations due to its

excellent safety profile. The otherr awarded product, t, Sym3DTM, won in the active ingredient category. Sym3DTM works directly on the lips to recreate create a youthful, curved shape and on thee face to reduce wrinkles wrinkles. The China Personal Care & Cosmetics Innovation Awards (PCHi Awards) were handed over during a festive ceremony in the Guangzhou Poly World Trade Center. The jury consisted of recognised

experts from China’s authoritative associations, such as the China Association of Fragrance, Flavor and Cosmetic Industries (CAFFCI), Universities and research institutes.

L’Oréal to launch Yves Saint Laurent Beauté in China

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L’Oréal has reaffirmed its commitment to developing the luxury beauty market in China. The market leader in China laid out its plans for attracting the next generation of Chinese luxury consumers, namely with the introduction of innovations like the successful launch of instrumental beauty leader, Clarisonic, in January 2013 and the highly anticipated opening of the new Yves Saint Laurent Beauté boutique in May 2013. Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman and CEO, L’Oréal Group, said “A potential 250

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million new Chinese consumers will be using L’Oréal’s products in the next 10 to 15 years, making China the number one contributor to our ambition of

winning 1 billion new consumers and to our strategy of universalisation. A significant portion of these consumers will be recruited by our Luxe brands.”


In brief * Old Spice introduces new bar soaps

KSH launches Linco Care’s Re-Gen Oil in Malaysia

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Procter & Gamble (P&G) has added another feather to its male grooming product portfolio by introducing a new line-up of scented bar soaps under Old Spice brand. The new bar soaps are available in the brand’s three most popular scents – Fiji, Pure Sport and Swagger. "With new Old Spice bar soap, we wanted to show the more than 40 percent of guys who are bar soap loyalists that we have their backs when it comes to manly scented shower equipment," said Joe Arcuri, Vice President, North America Beauty Care at Procter & Gamble. To complement the launch, Old Spice will roll out a new television advertising campaign that pays tribute to the popular jingle soap commercials of the 1980s and 1990s. The campaign

DKSH has signed an agreement to provide commercial and distribution services to Linco Care Ltd, a British manufacturer of personal care products, in Malaysia. The three-year deal entails providing marketing, sales and distribution as well as credit and collection services for Linco Care’s Re-Gen Oil in Malaysia. demonstrates how men can wash their body the manly way, with manly scented bar soap to the tune of an extremely masculine, yet incredibly informative jingle about their life story. The new Old Spice bar soap launch also will be supported by a cinema and an online campaign with rich media banners bringing the marketing creative's tagline – "The Bar Soap You've Been Smelling For" – to life.

The Theraplex Company enters China

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Theraplex has announced its expansion into China (including Hong Kong and Macao). The company has entered into a long-term distribution agreement with Techwise International, Inc for the distribution of its entire line of products into China with effect immediately. Theraplex is a small Memphis-

based manufacturer and distributor of moisturisers and facial chemical peels, highly recommended by dermatologists for various dry skin conditions. While Techwise International, Inc is a Las Vegasbased company that develops senior housing facilities in the United States and China, and is also involved in the import and export of various products to and from China.

New categories in FiFi Awards announced

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The Oscars of the fragrance industry – FiFi Awards – are scheduled for May 16, 2013 at The Brewery, London. Celebrating its 21st year, the Awards have introduced five new categories, which include: Readers' Choice Award for Women (voted for by readers of ELLE Magazine), Readers' Choice Award for Men (voted for by readers of

Men's Health), Peoples' Choice Award for Women (voted for by users of boots.

‘L’Or Sunset’ at the Festival de Cannes ‘13

L’Oréal Paris will be presenting five iconic India-inspired L’Or Sunset looks at Cannes 2013 to celebrate 100 years of Bollywood. The beauty looks have been designed by the brand’s official make-up artist, Namrata Soni, and are to be worn by L’Oréal Paris’ brand ambassadors Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor and Freida Pinto. The brand will also introduce a special edition L’Or Sunset make-up range, featuring Le Vernis Nail Range, Super Liner Black Lacquer, Color Riche Eyeshadow Palette and lip colours.

Ziba Beauty to open first ever academy

Ziba Beauty, the US-based global leaders in brow and body artistry, have announced the opening of the first ever training academy in California, USA, to certify students in The Art of Threading and The Art of Mehndi. The brand has provided mehndi artistry to top celebrities like Madonna, Gwen Stefani and Jennifer Aniston. com), Peoples' Choice Award for Men (voted for by users of boots.com) and Best New Ultimate Launch. The Fragrance Foundation was established in 1949 and is devoted to increasing awareness and appreciation of fragrance in all its forms. The Foundation hosts the annual Fragrance Foundation Awards Gala that honour excellence in the fragrance industry’s creative achievements. beauty launchpad | 05.13

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news now Esthederm to think through India plan

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Leading French professional skincare brand Esthederm, which has been in the Indian market for six months working closely with the luxury salon chain Looks in New Delhi, is now looking to consolidate its India gameplan. Says Stanislas Vandier, CEO, Indian Operations, Saisa Cosmetics, distributors of Esthederm products in India, "We are in no hurry as we want to take our time to understand consumer tendencies, perfect our retail and treatment models and only then expand our presence." The USP of the brand lies in working naturally in sync with skin responses, hence" instead of suppressing symptoms, the products work to enhance the balances in the skin". 

The Photo Reverse line that is being lapped up globally, has been endorsed by Indian dermatologists as well. "While dermatologists are not our primary target, their belief in our products adds to our confidence,” shares Vandier. Esthederm has developed products based on strong R&D and has patents and exclusive product technologies to offer to the market. The fact that "the brand has completed 35 years of existence in itself suggests that we are not interested in quick fixes and overnight profit mongering,” Vandier states. Esthederm’s approach will be to ensure intensive education to aestheticians and discover the right business model for salons where there is a balance between treatments and

Cosmetic Research Group seeking India distributors

AIHBA launches Odisha wing

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Cosmetic Research Group, a French cosmetic laboratory focused on creativity, innovation, branding and brand innova management, is looking to build mana distribution in India by trading distr tailored brands to meet tail market demand. m The group’s products include Soskin, which it describes as a visionary cosmeceutical range acting on cells’ regeneration on c mechanisms to improve m blemishes, prone skin or bl uneven skin tone.  un The company’s other product, Tom Robinn, is a high-end grooming range for men which provides alternative solutions to razor burn, skin fatigue, face sweat, and dull complexion with immediate moisturising, restructuring and balancing formulas; explosive, fresh and non-greasy manly textures.

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retail offtake. "We are definitely trying to build a skincare corner in salons as there are hair products for retail,” Vandier discloses. Annie Paul, Aurelie and Enrique are amongst the leading professionals providing hands-on training at salons currently.

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In a bid to strengthen its roots in East India, All India Hair and Beauty Association (AIHBA) launched its Odisha arm. The launch was celebrated in an event which was supported by on-stage demonstrations and discussions on advanced hair cuts, make-up, hair styling, hair extensions and MCT Technology on skin care. The Guest of honour for the event was Ashok Paiwal, VP, AIHBA and President HBO, Rajasthan, and R S Bowmick, Regional Director, East, Lalossa Pro from Kolkata.

Schwarzkopf Professional handpicks Guwahati talent for Berlin show

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Under its ‘Shaping Futures’ initiative, Schwarzkopf Professional recently selected Manashi Bharati, a young hairstylist from Guwahati, to be a part of Essential Looks 2013, the brand's prestigious hairdressing event at Berlin. Shaping Futures aims to introduce young adults from SOS Children’s Villages to the hairdressing business.

Commenting on the initiative, Murali Sundar, GM, Henkel Beauty Care Professional, said, “The core objective of the Shaping Futures initiative is to offer training and knowledge to children from SOS Children’s Villages and offer opportunities in the professional hair care space. Last year, several children, including Manashi, were employed by our partner salons like Naturals.


market buzz * Top Skeyndor trainer Ceri Silk on education tour in India

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Spanish skincare brand Skeyndor hosted live demonstration workshops on the latest skin therapies and innovative product range. The workshops were demonstrated by Skeyndor’s International Trainer and Skin Expert Ceri Silk wherein she demonstrated advance skincare treatment “Messoscience” which is a completely safe solution for all skin and body shaping problems and also ensures excellent results within the shortest period of time. The workshops were part of the education tour that was organised across six destinations in India -Kolkata, New Delhi, Surat, Mumbai, Rajkot and Jaipur. The tour was organised by top cosmetic distributor

in India, Ekta Cosmetics Limited with support from Skeyndor. More than 100 beautician and parlour professional participated in this workshop and gain the expertise.

Sebastian’s Gallery Jam Session at Wella Studio

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Diva Poulos, Sebastian International Design Artist and celebrity hairstylist from San Francisco, was in India recently to head Sebastian’s Gallery Jam Session, an inspirational two-day training session for top Sebastian stylists from across the country. Along with the Sebastian India Design Artists Nikhil Sharma and Placid

Braganza, she demonstrated six edgy yet trendy looks, which go best with Indian hair. “Sebastian’s Gallery Jam session is truly unique in this sector and highly appreciated by hairstylists too. It was an absolute pleasure to work with Indian hairstylists; I am amazed with their zeal to learn techniques of hairstyling,” Poulos said.

AHA announces new course

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In a bid to infuse more professionalism into the Indian salon industry, Asha Hariharan Academy (AHA) announced a new course in salon management for salon managers, owners and senior professionals. The course will cover topics on Salon Marketing, Systems and Procedures, Training, Improving Profitability, Getting More Customers, Formats, Processes, Case Studies among others.

UNILEVER OFFERS $5.4 BN IN MEGA HUL DEAL

In its biggest deal in 13 years, Anglo-Dutch giant Unilever has offered to pay up to $5.4 billion to raise its stake in its Indian subsidiary Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL). Unilever is offered `600 per share. If the transaction goes though, Unilever will take 75 per cent ownership of HUL. The group currently has 52 per cent stake in HUL. Analysts believe the offer reflects Unilever’s strategy of increasing its presence in fast-growing and emerging markets, which in recent times, have contributed 57 percent of its turnover. “The long heritage and great brands of Hindustan Unilever, and the significant growth potential of a country with 1.3 billion people, makes India a strategic long-term priority for the business,” said Unilever Chief Executive Paul Polman. AHA is at the forefront of hair and make-up education in India. The academy provides assistance in job placements and knowledge of upgradation through exposure to all related opportunities in the hair and make-up world. The certifications it offers are the AHA Certification and Diploma, ITEC Certification from UK, IHB Certification from Europe and OMC Certification. beauty launchpad | 05.13

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news now Amway India strengthens women’s health portfolio

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Amway India has introduced a range of nutritional supplements for women under its flagship nutrition and wellness category, Nutrilite. The range is categorised as Nutrilite Skin and Nails, Nutrilite Tri-Iron & Folic and Nutrilite Black Cohosh and Soy. Amway recently announced its first greenfield manufacturing facility in Tamil Nadu, at an estimated investment

of Rs 500 crores. Commenting upon expansion plans, Scott Pinckney, MD & CEO, Amway India said, “We have dedicated and positioned the year 2013 to as the ‘Year of Wellness & Beauty for the Amway Woman’. We will be focusing on internal and external beauty and wellness elements of women. The new products are the first range dedicated to the discerning women consumers of Amway products.”

Sonali’s Salon and Spa launches academy

Hugo Red now at Delhi Duty Free

Sonali’s Salon and Spa, which hastwo outlets in Borivali and Malad in Mumbai, has built a new academy in the city. The academy will offer courses for professionals as well as for corporate staff, air hostesses and housewives. The curriculum includes a professional course on Beauty and Hair, a Professional Nail Technician course, a short-term course on Hair Styling, Party Make-up, Nail Art, Mehendi along with courses on Cosmetology, Dermabrasion, Tricology and many more. The company also

Popular male fragrance, Hugo Red, is now officially available at the Delhi Duty Free at Terminal 3, IGI Airport in New Delhi. Will Andrews, P&G Fragrance Creation Team, says, “We wanted to create a perfume for men that captures the idea of pushing boundaries. The result is a contemporary blend of contrasting ingredients, full of cold and hot tension that stimulates the wearer and leaves him feeling energised.” The range is available as Hugo Red EDT 75ml for $53, Hugo Red EDT 150ml at $75, and Hugo Red Deo Aero 150ml for $22.

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plans to open another academy, most likely for Indian oil therapy for hair and body, and spa services.

TOP 10 GLOBAL BEAUTY BRANDS 2013* Rank 2013

*Source: Brand Finance

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Rank 2012 1

Brand

Domicile

Brand Value 2013 (in USD Mn)

Brand Rating 2013

Olay

USA

11,709

AA+

2

3

L’Oréal

France

8,696

AAA-

3

4

Neutrogena

USA

6,940

AA+

4

5

Nivea

Germany

5,843

AA+

5

6

LancÔme

France

5,508

AA+

6

2

Avon

USA

5,169

AA-

7

7

Dove

UK

4,242

AA

8

8

Estée Lauder

USA

3,870

AA+

9

9

Bioré

Japan

3,378

AA

10

14

Christian Dior

France

2,952

AAA

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