The sale of manicures, scrubs and manicure products that make you look like you’ve been faking your nails has increased in the past year, according to new research from the Cosmetic Brands Alliance.
The report found that the number of cosmetics retailers nationwide that sell products that mimic human nails have risen from 4% in 2012 to 18% in 2013.
The companies that sell the products are known as manicure supply stores, which sell products to manicure shops and other retail outlets.
“While some manicure supplies have changed over time, the makeup industry has seen a dramatic rise in sales of the ‘manicurant’ and ‘maniacal’ brands in recent years,” said Christine Niedermayer, CEO of the alliance, in a statement.
“The rise in the number and type of products sold has been significant and will likely continue in the future.”
The cosmetics industry has grown in recent decades, with the number growing more than 15% annually over the past 20 years.
In 2015, the number jumped to 9% in the U.S. Source: Cosmetic Brands Association report, Bloomberg Businessweek “I think it’s an opportunity for companies to be able to take advantage of the opportunity and not just compete with the world but compete with them in a way that is more effective and more effective than they can compete with.”
“We’re seeing a lot more people who are trying to do it because they want to help their own clients and they want their own customers to be better,” Niedemayer told Bloomberg Businessweek.
While the industry is growing, there is still a lot of work to do, she said.
Niedemain said the cosmetics industry is a global business and that there are many areas in which they need to improve.
But the report said companies can improve their products through more research, better communication, and better customer service.
For example, the study found that cosmetics companies have had to hire more employees to make sure their products are in a more efficient state.
It also found that companies that provide better customer support were more likely to be selected for awards and contracts.
One of the biggest challenges is educating the public about how to care for their nails.
This is particularly important in the growing number of people who wear nails daily, the report found.
The study also found there are several reasons why consumers might be hesitant to buy nail care products.
Some people are worried about getting the correct product because they don’t know how to make the right amount of product and because they might not like the way they look.
Many people have other reasons to avoid buying nail care, such as skin allergies and irritations, the survey found.