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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.
New PLMA consumer study finds consumers in the 25–45 age group are increasingly loyal to the stores they use for household grocery purchases; study indicates that many long-held assumptions, shaped by years of market dominance by the Baby Boom generation, are no longer true.
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.
Comprised of top executives and owners of innovative cosmetic brands, the board provides ICMAD members with the information and advice they need to further develop their companies and move the beauty industry forward.
A conference during the 2014 Cosmoprof North America event will focus on the evolution of beauty retail is helping to change the industry’s landscape.
More cullings from Kline & Company’s recently released Cosmetics & Toiletries USA report shows the upcoming path in beauty retailing’s future.
Today's beauty consumer has evolved, and beauty companies are at the tipping point where they need to start addressing these truths about their consumers.
In the future, accessibility will no longer be simply defined by price and point of sale location. Fifteen years from now, the global consumer landscape will have dramatically changed, technology will have united us all as global citizens.
A new free e-book from the market research company offers insight on the top five beauty and personal care trends by country in North and South America.
Diagonal Reports released “Beauty Market and Consumer of 2020” to gain insight on how the beauty world’s changing landscape will affect beauty consumers in the years ahead.