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Make-up

The amount of deficiency when a cash flow or capital item is deficient. For example, an interest make-up relates to the interest amount above a ceiling percentage.

Make-Up

The amount by which that a cash flow or some other capital must increase in order to break even. For example, if a margin account is in deficiency by $500, it may be said to have a $500 make-up.
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The "Cosmetic Pigments Market by Composition (Organic, Inorganic), Type (Special Effect, Surface treated, Nano), Application (Facial Makeup, Eye Makeup, Lip Products, Nail Products, Hair Color Products), and Region - Global Forecast to 2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
"Florence Wall was a trailblazer for women in the field of cosmetic sciences at a time when men dominated the industry," said Erica O'Grady, CAE, executive director/chief executive officer of the Society.
'The government has raised taxes on raw materials of local cosmetics,' it said adding that cosmetics manufacturers were being harassed on failing to pay the new taxes.
The most frequently used cosmetics were hair dyes (58.5%), face creams (42.1%), perfumes (32.1%), soaps (16.4%) and nail paints (13.5%), Table 5.
"The companies have been promoting their products' anti-fine dust effects based on their own judgment," a cosmetics industry official said.
Abdul Khlil Khakzad, head of Ibn e Sina Pharmacy institute agrees there are no rules and conditions for producing, stocking or selling cosmetics. He said there are ongoing discussions to review laws related to medicines and health products, and the drafts would be sent to the Ministry of Justice.
On the downside, weak economic situations in some of the major cosmetics packaging markets are blocking the growth potential of the cosmetics market in the near future.
Cosmetic products manufactured and available for sale in the European Union are rigorously tested in order to conform to a set of standards outlined by the Cosmetics Directive; this ensures consumer confidence and safety in the products available.
According to TechSci Research analysis, fragrances and skincare products accounted for a lion's share in Saudi Arabia halal cosmetics market in 2014.
Men and women use cosmetics every day for hygienic, grooming, and beautifying purposes, although most women tend to use more of these products than men.
By securing a business foundation in Europe, the Group aims to obtain sales channels to reach European cosmetics manufacturers and offer strengthened services to European plants of U.S cosmetics manufacturers.