Beauty Store Business magazine - January, 2020

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Top Beauty Trend of 2014 is Mixologiste

Top Beauty Trend of 2014 is Mixologiste

Mixologiste is the global beauty-trend prediction for 2014, according to Mintel Beauty & Personal Care. What does it involve, you ask? It’s part of the ongoing blurred lines between beauty technology, involving overlaps between skin care, hair care and color cosmetics; and combining technology and marketing from more than one category, leading to new combinations with new products, packaging, marketing and merchandise.

Consumers Will Shop In-Store for the Holidays

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.

Cosmoprof Asia Returns to Hong Kong Nov. 13-15

Cosmoprof Asia Returns to Hong Kong Nov. 13-15

Cosmoprof Asia 2013 will take place Nov. 13-15 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre in Hong Kong. More than 2,150 exhibitors will participate, catering to the more than 55,000 expected visitors. The trade show will offer new features as part of its full program of events, which includes:

Hair Shows:
Two hair shows, hosted by Intercoiffure and Shiseido Professional, are the 18th edition’s spotlight events.

Cosmoprof Asia Returns to Hong Kong Nov. 13-15, p.2

Cosmoprof Asia Returns to Hong Kong Nov. 13-15, p.2

Industrial and Trends Seminars:
The trade show's seminars include:

• The 6th “Cosmoprof Asia Spa Conference” will look into the operational and marketing aspects of managing a spa.

• "International Cosmetic Conference 2013: Seize the Opportunities of Cosmetic Channel Sales in China” will analyze the characteristics of and the changes in distribution channels in the market and consumers’ needs.

New L2 Report: Personal-Care Brands Lack Competitive Digital Performance

New L2 Report: Personal-Care Brands Lack Competitive Digital Performance

Personal-care brands are not as competitive digitally as other consumer packaged goods categories, according to digital-innovation think tank L2's inaugural “Digital IQ Index: Personal Care” report, released Sept. 3.

It assesses and ranks the digital performance of 75 U.S. brands in the past year across six personal-care categories: bath & body, deodorant & antiperspirant, diapers, oral care, shaving & hair removal, and tissue & hygiene.

Mintel: U.S. Launches of BB Creams Jump Nearly 50% in One Year

Mintel: U.S. Launches of BB Creams Jump Nearly 50% in One Year

The color-cosmetic category has grown by about 13% since 2008. However, expectations for growth are building as the Asian market’s BB creams popularity catches on in the United States, according to new research from Mintel, a global supplier of consumer, product and media intelligence.

In 2013 alone, BB creams in the U.S. market have seen a nearly 50% increase in product launches over 2012.