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CEW’s Beauty of Giving luncheon is a mainstay of the holiday season. Held this at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria and presented by the Cosmetic Executive Women Foundation (CEWF), the event celebrates individuals and companies for their philanthropic achievements and their commitment to the Foundation’s charity, Cancer and Careers, which empowers and educates working people with cancer.
According to Diagonal Reports, beauty market will grow on three pillars: wellness, technology and cosmetic beauty. The beauty market is transitioning as women fall out of love with older models; even the most conservative of beauty consumers more open than ever to new skin care technologies and formulations
With £276.6 million in export sales to the U.K., U.S. beauty companies only capturing a small percentage of the U.K.'s £8.9 billion beauty market.
Group creative director of MAC Cosmetics and Jo Malone Worldwide to be honored at Art Of Packaging Award Gala on May 19; annual gala benefits the Marc Rosen Scholarship and Education Fund at Pratt Institute.
Former L’Oréal active cosmetics division president to drive the company’s next phase of expansion.
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.
Pantone announced PANTONE 18-1438 Marsala, a naturally robust and earthy wine red, as the 2015 color of the year.
It's official—the Sunscreen Innovation Act has become a law. On Nov. 29, 2014, President Barack Obama signed the bipartisan Sunscreen Innovation Act into law, paving the way for more sunscreen actives on the U.S. sun care market.
Compressed deodorants drive wider innovation while smaller packaging in the format appealing to consumers who key in on greener packaging and easy-to-carry products; across the wider deodorants space, consumers are now looking beyond the hygiene aspect of deodorant products, and sensory benefits are influential in their product choices within the personal hygiene space. Trends will continue to gain traction and greater innovation engagement going forward through interest from a wide range of consumers.
Clavis Insight Index (CI2), which measures brand online store presence and performance, shows Burt’s Bees and Guess fragrances are best positioned to win their respective categories in the online channel, based on their online store presence and performance in early November 2014.