A dance music record label in the US is suing one of the world’s most famous beauty bloggers, Michelle Phan, alleging that she used music from their artists in her YouTube beauty reviews without permission.
Augmented reality and phone apps have been tried and tested by a number of cosmetics companies, and it appears to be paying off for Urban Decay, as its newly implemented merchandising platform increases shopper engagement and purchase confidence.
With apps which center on beauty products now hitting consumers’ screens thick and fast, CosmeticsDesign takes a look at whether the swiftly evolving mobile space poses an opportunity for brands, or a risk.
Instagram is a growing social media force and its photo-sharing appeal seems like a great fit for beauty brands as it is visual, connects with the consumer, takes advantage of the power of the hashtag, and lets people see behind the scenes of some of...
The recent acquisition of NYX Cosmetics by industry giant L’Oreal confirmed the smaller brand’s prowess in the video marketing online sphere. Here, Cosmetics Design takes a look at what it’s getting so right.
In what the brand is calling ‘a Canadian epidemic’, Neutrogena’s recent study revealed that 72% of men surveyed in Canada are washing their faces with the same soap product that they also use for the rest of their bodies.
Recent video advertising campaigns by Dove and Veet have met with criticism from consumers and professional commentators, emphasizing the importance of the increasingly dominant marketing format for the beauty industry.