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According to Euromonitor International, multifunctionality and social outreach continue to be big trends in beauty.
Scientific skin care products will transform the entire market for the simple reason that skin care category dominates beauty sales.
According to Diagonal Reports, new online groups are displacing advertisers and marketers to shape a new beauty agenda.
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) released its complete 17th annual multi-specialty statistical data indicating a 12% overall increase in cosmetic procedures performed in the United States in 2013.
According to Euromonitor, consumer preoccupation with image and how they are perceived by others is another important trend somewhat attributed to the 'selfie.' This concern for one’s self-image means beauty companies will have to tailor to specific consumer needs with personalized and solution-based products.
Skin care professionals can be a part of research history by participating in the 15th anniversary International Spa Association's (ISPA) U.S. Spa Industry Study survey.
In a post on Kline Blogs, the market research company shared expectations and insights for the United States beauty and personal care market.
Bare-faced beauty, double-decker lashes and bold colors are hot on Fashion Week runways, according to Mintel.
The rise of selfies is having a huge impact on the facial plastic surgery industry according to a new study by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS).
Cities such as New York, Philadelphia and Boston are snapping up anti-aging skin care a clip that outpaces the larger market, according to The NPD Group.