The Cosmetics Design 2019 Trends Video

The Cosmetics Design beauty and personal care industry trends for 2019

This content item was originally published on www.cosmeticsdesign-europe.com, a William Reed online publication.

By Simon Pitman contact

- Last updated on GMT

During 2018 the Cosmetics Design team has had its eye on the big trends in an effort to determine what is going to be driving the industry in 2019. In this video we have combined our know-how to bring you a total of 20 trends to look out for in the Americas, EMEA, Asia Pacific and globally.

Watch the video to see Deanna Utroske, editor of Cosmetics Design USA highlighting the trends for the Americas, Lucy Whitehouse, editor of Cosmetics Design Europe, focusing on what is going to be big in the EMEA region, Amanda Lim, editor of Cosmetics Design Asia, sharing her thoughts about the Asia-Pacific region in 2019, and myself, Simon Pitman, senior editor across the Cosmetics Design sites, discussing the trends with the most impact worldwide.

And here are those top trends across the regions and worldwide, but do click on the video to get the essential details on what, where and when. 

Americas Trends

  • Mindful Beauty
  • Marine Ingredients
  • Volumizing Claims
  • All Things Australian
  • Indie Integration

EMEA Trends

  • Microbiome
  • Acquisitions
  • Water-reduction
  • Sustainability
  • Customisation

Asia Pacific Trends

  • Smart retail / Smart mirrors
  • Intimate care
  • Male beauty
  • Rise of J-Beauty
  • Retrobranding

 

Global Trends

  • Men’s grooming
  • Microbiome 
  • Sustainability
  • Indie beauty
  • LATAM

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