This roundup focuses on the latest beauty industry technology innovations, including Il Makiage’s digital shade matching platform, CHI’s high-tech hair color solution app and YouCam’s new AI and AR programs for retailers.
In cosmetics, Morphe jumped one spot to claim the No. 2 rank in the Top 10, partially due in part to the buzz around its James Charles Palette. In skin care, several Top 10 brands capitalized on launch momentum by introducing skin-soothing, cannabis-based products into their lineups. And, in hair, Briogeo entered the Top 10, stemming almost entirely from the brand’s inclusion in Boxycharm’s January box.
Influenster analyzed over 5 million organic beauty reviews from Boomers, Gen Z, Millennials and Gen X over the last 12 months in order to identify how each generation talks about skin care, hair care and color cosmetics, and which brands are popular among each.
In this quarterly report from Tribe Dynamics, the company ranks the top beauty brands in earned media performance across major international markets including the U.S., Canada, U.K, France, Japan, Spain and Italy.
In this special report, Tribe Dynamics explores the top 10 hair care brands by EMV from H2 2017 to H1 2018 and analyzes the factors, including trips and training seminars, that helped fuel influencer content creation.
Over 250 million people utilize Pinterest’s platform for inspiration and ideas, making it a great source to identify potential trends. From grey hair to superfood powders, here’s what the company says will be hot in beauty and wellness for the year ahead.
In this report, Euromonitor explores how technology could redefine consumer experiences over the next 20 years. Emerging concepts include retail outlets shifting into micro experiential centers, at-home robotic assistants, and virtual currency where consumers earn points for spending and promoting fandom on social media.
In this special report, Tribe Dynamics looked at influencer skin care content between July 2017 and June 2018 (H2 2017-H1 2018), to identify the top 10 skin care brands and reasons why they were successful.
In this special report, Social Standards analyzed 48 million social posts within the beauty vertical to identify brands, products and ingredients that have been rising in social conversations over the last 3 months with continued growth month-over-month.
Cosmetic Executive Women, Inc. (CEW) is a nonprofit, professional organization with more than 10,500+ members globally, both men and women, from over 3,500 companies in the beauty and retail industries.
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