Jesse’s Girl Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner
Create a bold, budge-proof look with this super-black liquid liner. Our unique Japanese calligraphy-style brush allows for precise, ultra-fine application that lets you create lines as small as one millimeter thickness! Combined with a formula that dries super-quick (for a waterproof, smudge-proof, stay-all-day application), our liquid eyeliner glides on smoothly without tugging or pulling.
For more information about this and other Jesse’s Girl Cosmetics products or to place an order, please contact: Victoria Griffin at (919) 693-9620, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit jessesgirlcosmetics.com/products/view/454
Flip Eyewear by Select-A-Vision
Select-A-Vision proudly introduces Flip Eyewear in both Reading Glasses and Sunglasses.
Both products come in 8 temple colors and feature patented rotating temples. One tap of the temple and the color changes into a dazzling array of cubic Zircons.
All Sunglasses offer 100% UVA/UVB protection using only shatter proof polycarbonate lenses. Reading glasses feature a matching color coordinated case for stylish storage.
All POP displays feature “Lenticular” signage to easily convey the message to your customer.
For more information or to place an order, please contact Sandra King, national sales manager at Select-A-Vision, at (610) 487-9100 ext. 133, email email@example.com or visit select-a-vision.com/flip
Mintel survey eyes savings in back-to-school shopping
CHICAGO — Research by Mintel shared on Thursday reveals how parents across the country are trying to save on items for the back-to-school shopping season.
Some of the key trends Mintel found were:
- 48% shopped sales or clearance racks or outlet stores to save on back-to-school shopping last year.
- 32% bought clothes on sale throughout the year in 2012 and saved them for the new school year, 36% did the same for school supplies.
- 37% say they used coupons to cut their back-to-school budget last year.
- 26% compared prices online before purchasing in store or through a mobile app on their smartphones before purchasing in store.
The research also asked: What are parents buying and how much are they spending? The results were:
- 33% of parents spent more on school supplies in 2012 than they did in 2011, 24% spent more on electronic products and 36% saw a bigger apparel and shoes bill.
- The average family spent $80 on school supplies last year, $224 on electronic products and $244 on clothes.
- 76% of parents say that back-to-school in-store promotions and items shown at the end of the aisles usually catch their attention.
- 53% of U.S. parents say they worry about how they will afford their child’s back-to-school supplies and clothing.
- 21% of parents say they wait until school starts to see what other kids are wearing before they purchase new clothes for their child.
- 40% of moms and dads say they worry that if their child doesn’t have the "right clothes" or supplies, other kids will tease them.
- 91% of American parents believe it’s important for their child to have all the supplies they need to start school.
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