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  • Which fitness fads will be big in 2015?
  • Which fitness fads will be big in 2015?
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2015 Expert Outlook on Health and Beauty

Which fitness fads will be big in 2015? How will digital developments change the way we shop for beauty products? Will beauty vloggers loose a bit of their sparkle? And which brands resonate with our quest for body acceptance?

Location North America / Northern Europe

How will our beauty regimes change in 2015? And what will be the coolest fitness fad?
Anna-Marie Solowij the co-founder of BeautyMART, Taylor Anderson UK editor of Cosmo Body and Jennifer Tidy and Parham Aarabi from Modiface discuss the future of health and beauty.

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