By Laura H.
Kelley, BBC News & Sport EditorDior cosmetics are in the news again after a number of cosmetics brands went bankrupt and had to go private following the financial crisis.
The brands include the highly regarded Milani cosmetics line, which had to be sold in 2014 after being purchased by a group of Chinese investors.
Milani is a Japanese brand, but it’s also made in Italy, and is a favourite of British celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Emma Watson.
The other big name to go under was L’Oreal, which went into administration in 2015 after suffering from a series of problems, including a series known as the P-trap.
The brand has been sold to the Chinese group Shanda, who are making plans to expand into other countries.
A spokeswoman for L’Oréal said: “We have always been supportive of our local community and the people we work with.”
Dior is owned by Dior Cosmetics, and the brand is known for being well-known in the UK.
Its flagship, Dolce & Lavender Lipstick, is also popular in the United States.
The cosmetics line is sold through its subsidiary, L’Occitane, and it also sells its own line of high-end products, such as lipstick and perfume.
Dior’s spokeswoman said: ”Dior has been very successful and continues to be one of the top five brands in France, and its international brand portfolio is a reflection of the strength of our brand.”
The L’Amour and Dior brands have always supported our local communities and their beauty needs and will continue to do so.
The spokesman said that L’ Oréal, L.A. Makeup and L’Auberge de Cosmetics also supported the local community in other countries through their charitable foundations.
L’Occis is one of a number cosmetics brands that are in trouble.
Its founder, Bernard Arnault, left the company in 2013, and was later convicted of tax fraud in France.
A spokesman for the company said: We have no plans to restructure or sell our assets.
We will continue with our efforts to improve the quality of our products and services and to make sure they are accessible to the world.”
Dior, the most famous of the big five cosmetics brands, has been around for decades.
Dress up, wear your makeupDior – one of Britain’s most successful cosmetics brands and an international brand – has enjoyed a successful run of success over the years.
It is one part of a growing group of cosmetics companies that has grown rapidly in recent years.
Dulce &s;Lime is one such brand, with sales doubling between 2005 and 2010, according to Euromonitor International.
The luxury cosmetics company has also been involved in the cosmetics market.
Lacoste is another, which is one to watch.LACO was founded in 1989, and has since become one of Europe’s largest cosmetics companies.LACE has been growing rapidly, becoming the largest cosmetics company in France in 2016.
Its main product is the Lace-A-Long Lipstick.
It also makes the LACE Eye and LACE Lipstick and is also a favourite among celebrities such in Emma Watson, Kate Moss and Lily Cole.
Its sister brand, Lacoste Lace, is made in France and is sold in other European countries.
Dolezalie is another company that is seeing a big growth in sales, with a 10% increase in sales in 2017.
Its L’Ecole de L’Beautie is also the top-selling cosmetics brand in France with sales increasing by 7%.
The brand is owned and run by French cosmetics company Diolite, which has also come under fire in the past.
Its chief executive, Stephane Doleszal, resigned in April after being accused of being part of an attempt to bribe a French politician.
In the past, Diolites products have been found to contain potentially dangerous chemicals such as lead and arsenic, which are banned in the EU.
Doleszar has apologised for the scandal and said he would take steps to protect its brands.
Lace, meanwhile, has had a tough run, having seen its share price fall from over $100 in 2013 to $60 by the end of 2016.
A spokesperson for Lace said: ‘We have no intention to restructuring, sell assets or make any changes to our business strategy, nor to the products that we sell.
We remain committed to our global community and are continuing our efforts as we embark on our next phase of growth.’
In the US, Dior is in trouble with its own federal authorities.
Its president, Laurent Dubois, was sentenced to 18 months in prison for tax evasion.
In 2014, he was sentenced by a US court to two years in prison, and three years of probation for