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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.
Shampoos and conditioners continue to be the bedrock of hair care growth, but hair colorants and scalp care products and treatments are gaining share while newer online retail concepts capture consumers' imaginations.
See the Q4 and fiscal year end results for both The Estée Lauder Companies and Elizabeth Arden Inc., as well as results for Oriflame.
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.
Get Q2 2014 results from Nu Skin, Inter Parfums and Henkel, as well as half year 2014 results from Beiersdorf.
Enticing shoppers to buy in the omni-channel era.
The future of beauty is going digital, but where are the industry’s brands, suppliers, retailers and other members doing to move it ahead?
As online influencers continue to grow in the beauty industry, different outlets and channels are rising to the occasion to provide information to hungry beauty-solution seekers.
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 L’Orèal Luxe and active cosmetics divisions contribute growth to the multinational beauty company.