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Eyebrow Makeup Dominates U.S. Eye Makeup Sales

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Eyebrow Makeup Dominates U.S. Eye Makeup Sales

Prestige eyebrow makeup sales have increased by 28% in the United States in the 12 months ending March 2014, according to The NPD Group's recent Beauty Trends and Beauty Trends Geo-Level reports. More specifically, eyebrow product sales boosted the overall prestige eye makeup category, which only grew about 3% from March 2013 to March 2014.

Pro-Beauty Appliances & Shears Grow 4.2%

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2013 Professional Salon & Pro Beauty Industry Appliances & Shears Study

The professional salon beauty industry’s appliances category grew 4.2% in 2013, according to the new "2013 Professional Salon & Pro Beauty Industry Appliances & Shears Study" from Professional Consultants & Resources, a U.S. salon and pro-beauty strategic consulting, market intelligence and data research company.

Consumers Embrace Mobile Content From Retailers, Brands

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Consumers Embrace Mobile Content From Retailers, Brands

Most mobile shoppers redeemed a coupon directly from their mobile device last year, according to the recent “Boost Your Mobile Shopper IQ” study from Key Ring—a shopping app that's part of G/O Digital, a Gannett Co.

Consumers Will Shop In-Store for the Holidays

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Consumers Will Shop In-Store for the Holidays

Consumers love a good deal—but will be drawn to brick and mortars this holiday season for the experience, according to the recently released study “Amazon Can’t Do That: Consumer Desire & the Store of the Future,” published by WD Partners, a customer-experience expert for global retail and food brands.

The study identifies what consumers are looking for in a shopping experience and presents a road map for brick and mortars to beat online-only retailers.

NYU Stern Study: Customers Will Pay More for Socially Responsible Products

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NYU Stern Study: Customers Will Pay More for Socially Responsible Prod

Sixty percent of consumers are willing to pay extra for a socially responsible product, according to the research of New York University Stern’s marketing department chair Russ Winer and Ph.D. student Stephanie Tully.

Professor Winer and Tully examined the willingness of consumers to pay for socially responsible products in their new paper: "Are People Willing to Pay More for Socially Responsible Products: A Meta-Analysis."

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