Trend Flashback: Women’s Innovations

By Deanna Utroske contact

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Trend Flashback: Women’s Innovations
One of the predictions in last December’s Cosmetics Design video ‘Top ten cosmetics and personal care trends for 2017’ was that, “Women will stand out in 2017 as the founders, inventors, and business leaders in personal care and cosmetics.” Here, we’ve compiled a short list of just some of the year’s news that bears out this trend.

Many of the brand innovations Cosmetics Design reported on this past year have come from the indie beauty sector, so several of the articles featured here are from the weekly Indie Beauty Profile column. The Indie Beauty Profile will return in the New Year; but in the meantime, if you lead or know of a compelling independent cosmetics, personal care, or fragrance brand, feel free to contact Cosmetics Design editor Deanna Utroske (qrnaan.hgebfxr@jeoz.pbz​) to be considered for the column.

And here is a selection of articles highlighting women’s innovation and leadership in the cosmetics and personal care industry this year:

February 13
Renowned beauty editor Linda Wells accepts senior executive roll at Revlon

March 1
US Consumers and brands are getting serious about anti-pollution skin care

May 18
Elizabeth Schmalz Ferguson joins Applied DNA Sciences board of directors

June 5
Indie Beauty Profile
Angela Caglia Skincare

June 12
Indie Beauty Profile
Lynne Florio and Renee Tavoularis, Planted in Beauty

June 21
Doing/Living: The next generation of beauty retail has arrived

July 5
LimeLight by Alcone: “This is where beauty is going.”

August 13
Indie Beauty Profile
Linda Gillette, Parodi

September 18
“If we as beauty companies want every woman to buy our products…”

September 25
Indie Beauty Profile
Michelle Ranavat, Ranavat Botanics

October 16
Smoke Screen: How one ambitious company is advancing anti-pollution efficacy testing for skin care

November 9
New nanoscale emulsification science from MIT

 

 

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