Investments in temporary tattoo printing technology by beauty bigwigs hint that the future of beauty will be influenced by experimentation, the metaverse, and heightened innovation in colour cosmetics.
Indian beauty brand Saba Personal Care is hoping that its combination of halal and vegan products will broaden its appeal beyond Muslim consumers and steal a march on the MNCs that are yet to truly exploit such categories.
Whilst the fragrance category has continued to show dynamism and growth in the past year, the number of new concept launches has stagnated, with growth instead coming from existing lines extensions and flanker brands, says market trends firm Circana.
Singaporean fragrance brand Scent by SX has lauded the customer-centric business model of US multi-brand retailer Showfields in helping tackle challenges such as rising manpower costs to the emergence of the Metaverse.
Health and beauty retailer Watsons is seeking to ease consumer concern over the hygiene of testers by piloting a ‘first of its kind’ makeup exchange programme that it hopes will encourage more purchases.
Singapore indie brand Slow Rituals has detailed plans to expand its self-care product range into hair care, and is targeting local partnerships for more sustainable sourcing, packaging, and distribution.
Indonesia’s Mad for Makeup has detailed how it is in benefiting from its 1,000 plus members’ social club for to aid new product development for its acne-friendly cosmetics, and to deliver additional marketing clout.
India’s Juicy Cosmetics says its organic colour cosmetics range is contributing to 30% of its revenue, just four months after its launch, with the firm revealing plans to debut more ‘technology-driven products’ and boost offline touchpoints to bolster...
Japanese cosmetics brand Visée is launching a range of lipsticks specially formulated to elevate colour- and gloss-retaining effects, in a bid to satisfy what it claims are unfulfilled consumer needs for products with strong staying power.
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Singapore start-up Mykílio is hopeful its mushroom-based packaging can find a niche in the luxury beauty space, where it believes it can appeal to the sustainable values of younger consumers especially.
It is time for beauty to ditch the ‘anti-ageing’ discourse and instead opt for positive and holistic messaging and innovation that takes a preventative and celebratory approach to ageing, say executives from L’Oréal, Unilever and Beautystreams.
Australian clinic Skin Club has made its first foray into the preventative skin sector with products designed to be an adjunct to Botox treatments, and has outlined plans for partnerships with universities to expand its product range.
Supplements containing colourless carotenoids offer promise as a dietary intervention for photoprotection and wider skin health at a time when consumers are increasingly turning to inside-out strategies, finds a review.