Gotha Cosmetics has set up local production in China, where it believes it can tap into the post-COVID growth potential of the market while lessening the burden of rising shipping costs and delivery lead times.
Contract manufacturer MANA launched their Artists At The Bench program on Friday, partnering with three makeup artist to design new color cosmetic products. CosmeticsDesign spoke with Maria Stadler, vice president of product development and marketing...
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has shaped and accelerated consumer priorities in beauty, and self-care, skin nourishment and playful colour have gained ground as key movements industry must consider, says Avon’s global trend forecaster.
The post-COVID new normal taking shape before our eyes is drastically altering consumer sentiment and behaviour in enigmatic ways, but the primal need for healing and renewal will drive cosmetic beauty colour selection in the approaching years, according...
Unilever and its prestige brand Hourglass have developed a vegan carmine alternative after years of supplier collaboration – a patent-pending innovation it plans to open-source in the coming year, says the global vice president of R&D for prestige.
The colour cosmetics category has never been more dynamic or more diverse, and still underscores lots of opportunity. And the latest Cosmetics Design special newsletter focuses on what is happening worldwide
There used to be a time when celebrity endorsement was enough to sell a product but those days may be gone now as consumers would rather see an ambassador as a person who represents their age in make-up ads.
Iran and world powers reached a deal to curb Tehran's nuclear activities in exchange for economic sanctions to be lifted; and while it could open up a new market for Western beauty manufacturers, it will be difficult to displace the local players...
The latest research from Mintel reveals that for the first time in 2012, the value of the UK nail colour cosmetics market equalled that of lip colour cosmetics with both posting a market value of £229m (€270m) respectively.
Manufacturers of colour cosmetics are tapping into trends from
other segments of the beauty industry and seeking to provide
convenience for the busy consumer to prevent sales from stagnating,
according to Euromonitor.
The powers of plant oils are an increasingly important part of the
cosmetic and personal care industry, with an influx of
manufacturers incorporating bisabolol into product ranges launched
over the past few months.
Following the success of its original colour pigments for
cosmetics, ingredient manufacturer Merck KGaA has extended the
range with the launch of the new Ronastar interference pigments for
the personal care industry.
The continuing obsession amongst female consumers for
celebrity-endorsed beauty products is undoubtedly partly driving
the current growth in the colour cosmetics industry in Ireland and
Northern Ireland, according to a new study.
The number of colour cosmetics launched on to the worldwide market
grew by 25 per cent in 2004. The latest figures from the Mintel
reveal that almost 60 new products were launched in the category
each day, with colour variety and...
Value sales of cosmetics and toiletries in Spain increased by 5.6
per cent in 2003, reports Euromonitor. However this increase
represented an ongoing slowdown in average growth rates for the
country, a common characteristic in most...