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No matter what changes with and within beauty—the technologies in products, the strategies to sell products and the proclivities of those who buy the products—fashion remains a key influencer.
Regardless of industry, consumers want products that are effective, that create new value, that match their own values and an experience that is fun, informative and simple.
As presented at Beauty Biz Roundtable (BBR) 11, Piper Jaffray Investments' Shaun Westfall provides an overview of the six key themes that he looks for beauty brands to own and incorporate as he searches for the next breakout brand to help fund.
According to a report by Business World Online, Australian company BYS Cosmetics has taken a background in fashion and runway trends full speed to the cosmetics market, but with a twist: affordability.
Looking to better inspire the next generation of leaders who will shape the future of beauty, CEW(UK) is launching new opportunities, a new logo and a revamped web presence.
At the upcoming Sustainable Cosmetics Summit Asia-Pacific, beauty brands, suppliers and industry stakeholders will discuss the difficulties in going green with a beauty brand and the innovative ways they’ve come up with to solve these problems.
New for the ICMAD Young Designers Competition this year, the Evanston Art Center will host an exhibit for the winners and entrants to showcase the talent of the students.
Research from The NPD Group shows the success of the growing beauty sampling service trend, as a majority of those subscribers go on to buy full-size products.
The beauty industry event attracted nearly 27,000 attendees for 2014, showcasing the wares of nearly 950 exhibitors and sharing trends, ideas and strategies from around the beauty and personal care world.