Europeana is an online collection of content from European libraries, archives, museums and other institutions. Once you run a search in their search bar, you can limit your results to items that are freely usable or available under a Creative Commons license using the facets under Copyright in the left menu.
Foter.com allows you to search, manage and add free stock photos to blogs, forums, websites and other online media. We host over 190 million free Creative Commons images from many online sources and the entire system is also available as a WordPress plugin for seamless use within the WordPress platform.
The Wikimedia Foundation owns almost none of the content on Wikimedia sites — the content is owned, instead, by the individual creators of it.
Clicking on an image or media file on Wikimedia Commons will take you to the information page for that file. This will list information supplied by the uploader, including the copyright status, the copyright owner, and the license conditions. Except for materials believed to be in the public domain, a link to the full text of the license(s) is included on the file description page.
As with Google, not all images available via Bing's image search are available under a Creative Commons license. However, once you run a search using Bing Images, you can limit your results to appropriately licensed images by clicking on "License" in the menu below the search box. Though users are not able to limit by specific types of Creative Commons licenses, there are definitions of their categories to help you match the license to your needs. You can also limit by Public Domain images.
While not all images on Google Images are Creative Commons licensed, it is possible to limit your search results to only images available under a Creative Commons license. To do so, run your search in the standard Google Image search bar and then on the results page, click on search tools just below the search box. A further drop down menu will then appear with usage rights as one of the options. From there, users can limit results to the proper rights. Unfortunately, they do not use the exact language of Creative Commons licenses, but you can nevertheless use the service to find usable images.
"The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) is a non-profit trade association that represents the interests of the professional beauty industry from manufacturers and distributors to salons / spas and beauty professionals. PBA offers business tools, education, advocacy, networking and more to improve individual businesses and the industry as a whole."
Information about Cosmetics, including voluntary registration system for cosmetic products; guidance documents for industry, cosmetics laws & regulations; warning letters, recalls & safety alerts, how to report a complaint; importers, exporters; labeling; products & ingredients; product testing and research; what's new in cosmetics.