Health and beauty retailer Watsons will be launching a virtual foundation try-on tool in the second quarter this year beginning with Malaysia and Hong Kong to solve what it believes is a huge consumer ‘pain point’.
South Korean firm FSKorea sees strong need for recyclable make-up brushes to keep up with rising demand for sustainable beauty products – and has shed light on a raft of projects that are helping it meet its eco goals.
Consumer awareness of clean beauty in China still lags behind the US and Europe, according to Chinese influencer Grace Chow, who is on a mission to propel education on the back of her new make-up brand.
In this episode of Beauty Broadcast we discuss the future of APAC’s make-up category as it recovers from the COVID-19 downturn, with expert insights from SUGAR Cosmetics and Asian Consumer Intelligence.
Reviews on cosmetics portal @cosme have revealed several new make-up needs and concerns that have emerged in Japan during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and suggests how beauty brands can adapt to these trends.
India-based Greyon Cosmetics is aiming to extend its domestic business into local brick-and-mortar stores, while simultaneously working to develop the business abroad through online channels, within the next six months.
Polymer specialist company Covestro has introduced a new partially bio-based film former that it believes can answer to the demand for more natural yet high-performing transfer-proof make-up in the Asia Pacific market.