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// Tanning brand Crazy Angel has rebranded, moving away from its “boudoir style roots” and instead focusing on empowering women and men with a greater range of tones, shapes and sizes. This change includes a redesign of the brand’s marketing materials and logo.

// The Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) rule, where clients who pay via a debit or credit card online must provide an additional form of identification, has been delayed. It was intended for introduction on September 14, 2019, but the Financial Conduct Authority has given businesses an additional 18 months to prepare.

// Nail brand Jessica is bringing back its Insta Nail Art Courses with guest tech Samantha Cox. The courses will run between September 16 and November 26, open to Jessica account holders across various locations.

// A staggering 90% of people with olive skin still struggle to find the right foundation for their skin type, according to a survey by EX1 Cosmetics, which creates make-up specifically for this skin tone. Only 8% of those with very fair or deep tanned skin find their tone easy to match, too.

// Blink Brow Bar has launched a permanent site on King’s Road in Chelsea, London, offering a wide range of brow and lash services. Founder Vanita Parti said: “It’s a real triumph for our brand’s expansion to have sealed this deal.”

This article appears in the October 2019 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the October 2019 Issue of Professional Beauty