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Embedded sensors offer an opportunity for brands to interact with consumers in-store and post-purchase. Meanwhile, retail experts say the consumer experience needs to "tone down" for a stress-free experience.
Part 1: The 2015 PinkReport: The Sephora Shopper provides a generational analysis of the U.S. female consumers’ purchase influencers, shopping behaviors and buying patterns.*
Five years into the beauty box boom, Walmart offers new opportunities for brands and cost-conscious consumers.
Global luxury goods conglomerate LVMH acquired ecommerce startup Luxola.
There are many beauty consumers that want the latest innovation at an affordable price; this is the white space that niche and exclusive beauty brands can fulfill.
In a Kline blog post, Donna Barson, senior associate for Kline’s Consumer Products Practice, explores questions about trends in anti-aging hair care; more technologically advanced products just as important for mass brands as it is for salon brands.
Kline reports that alternate shopping channels and sub-channels have emerged as essential for the growth of brands; digital shopping has moved from the peripheral to the epicenter of a brand’s distribution strategy.
Lubricants among the products that offer opportunities for personal care brands; retailers respond to growing consumer expectations of these products with larger intimate health sections.
According to market researcher Diagonal Reports, strong consumer demand for hair management and control is transforming the global hair straightening market beyond recognition. It is no longer about just straightening, but a world of new terms and new outcomes.
See the Q4 and fiscal year end results for both The Estée Lauder Companies and Elizabeth Arden Inc., as well as results for Oriflame.