Chinese cosmetics company Yatsen Holdings is moving to help flagship make-up brand Perfect Diary recover from its recent decline amid the sluggishness of the colour cosmetics market in China.
The firm was moving to improve the brand’s profitability and were looking at several ways to “ease sales decline” for the brand, including putting more focus into Douyin.
Furthermore, the company is aiming to expand Perfect Diary’s third-party distribution, targeting major offline beauty chains, said CEO Huang Jinfeng.
Japanese cosmetics company Kosé Corporation is pushing ahead with the expansion of its ‘high-prestige’ brand Decorté in China despite tough market conditions.
Speaking during the firm’s earnings conference, director and chief financial officer Shinichi Mochizuki said the firm was expecting tough times ahead in China.
Despite this, the company has plans to launch around 15 more Decorté counters in department stores as well as two more on the duty-free mecca of Hainan Island.
American multinational beauty company Coty Inc. is anticipating a ‘huge jump’ in fragrance consumption in China driven by Gen Z consumers.
Coty CEO Sue Y. Nabi estimated that the fragrance category in China accounted for 15% to 16% of the market, but was the fastest-growing category.
She anticipated that this consumption rush would be driven by younger beauty consumers, specifically the Gen Z and expressed her confidence in Coty’s wide fragrance portfolio and its ability to meet the multifaceted desires of the Gen Zs.
Celebrity endorsements are playing a crucial role in the development of China’s green beauty space, according to a new study.
Data showed that a celebrity’s attractiveness, trustworthiness, and cause-fit had a significantly positive, albeit indirect, effect on the intention to purchase green cosmetics among young Chinese consumers.
It is believed that consumers’ attitude toward green products has a significant positive impact on purchasing intention.
Australian healthcare company EZZ Life Science Holdings has entered the beauty and personal care space with a new hair care range which it hopes can help double its business in the next couple of years.
The company is particularly strong in China, where it has marketed its products through cross-border e-commerce platforms like Tmall and has recently debut an e-commerce store on Douyin.
It has also inked a new deal to add 9,000 new distribution points in China.