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It seems like there is always a new social platform emerging out of nowhere that everyone says you have to be on—here are seven savvy social media predictions for 2014.
Spafinder Wellness 365 released key findings of its 2013 ‘State of Spa Travel’ report, designed to provide annual insight into the health of, and emerging consumer trends in, the North American spa travel market.
As more and more consumers use smartphones and tablets to shop for beauty, the landscape of the beauty selling environment is drastically changing.
As multiculturalism grows, brands will need to know not just more about how to develop products for these audiences, but just more about these consumers in general.
“This is a season of untypical colors—more reflective of the imagination and ingenuity, which makes for an artful collection of colors and combinations not bound by the usual hues for fall,” said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute.
Kline & Company seeks out insight on the growing professional skin care market and its business possibilities.
At The NPD Group's Hot Off The Press event, co-hosted by CEW, Karen Grant showed how prestige beauty in the United States grew 5% in dollar sales in 2013, and mass beauty dollar sales also climbed up 1%.
The skin care, anti-aging and body care markets continue to be targeted for an at-home beauty device boom.
Dove encourages women everywhere to share what beauty is to them through its #BeautyIs online experience.
A blog post from The NPD Group explores the popularity of multifunctional beauty products and if they're delivering on all the promised benefits.