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  • How will beauty ideals transform in 2016?
  • How will beauty ideals transform in 2016?
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2016 Expert Outlook on health and beauty

How can the beauty world better cater to older women and men? Will social media ‘it girls’ continue maintain their influence over consumers? And are niche brands set to break into the mainstream? Three health and beauty experts give their views on where the sector is heading over the next year.

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For the health and beauty Expert Outlook 2016, Canvas8 speaks to Tracey McAlpine, editor of FightingFifty.co.uk, Stowaway founder Julie Fredrickson, and beauty writer Daniela Morosini.

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