Cosmetics Design

News Review: Color Cosmetics 2017

News Review: Color Cosmetics 2017

By Deanna Utroske

Color cosmetics is a category that’s really doing well. Over this past year Cosmetics Design has reported on brands in every sector and every niche of the business. And there have been some compelling retail innovations for color brands this year too....

Trend Spotting: Beauty from the heartland

Trend Spotting: Beauty from the heartland

By Deanna Utroske

‘Beauty from the heartland’ was on the list last December, when Cosmetics Design posted our annual trends video forecasting the year ahead. Here we check in on the Central States and see what’s happening with cosmetics and personal care in the heartland.

IBE NYC 2017: Trends and highlights

IBE NYC 2017: Trends and highlights

By Deanna Utroske

The Indie Beauty Expo opened its third annual show in New York City last week, and Cosmetics Design was there, meeting with founders, discovering new brands, learning about product launches, and identifying the trends and innovations that are emerging...

Capsum takes new beauty formulation concept on tour

Capsum takes new beauty formulation concept on tour

By Deanna Utroske

The French cosmetics manufacturer, known for encapsulating active ingredients and designing new materials, is bringing its latest concept, Huile Fraîche, to clients in a series of pop-up events in select cities. When the company opened its temporary showroom...

LimeLight by Alcone: “This is where beauty is going”

LimeLight by Alcone: “This is where beauty is going”

By Deanna Utroske

Not long after news broke of the new beauty company’s partnership with L’Occitane International, Cosmetics Design dropped in on CEO Michele Gay to learn about that deal and about how LimeLight is reinventing cosmetics and personal care direct sales for...

The top ten most innovative indie beauty products

Special Newsletter - Indie Brands

The top ten most innovative indie beauty products

By Simon Pitman

The indie beauty category has been leading the way when it comes to ground breaking and innovative products, so we at Cosmetics Design thought it a good idea to pick out some of the best.

image courtesy of the US Department of Homeland Security

What does Homeland Security want with the beauty industry? part 2

By Deanna Utroske

For cosmetics and personal care companies and those that supply the industry with its ingredients, registration and participation in the program known as CFATS could well be mandatory. And not getting involved could be costly; violating companies can...

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