Tag: beauty

News & Trends

High income shoppers have already spent nearly $9B on beauty in 2022: report

August 30, 2022

Via: Retail Dive

Even as many households have cut discretionary spending during a time of high inflation, the beauty category is showing signs of resilience. Eighty-five percent of consumers have indicated a shift in their shopping behaviors, according to a recent Morning Consult […]

Customer Engagement, Customer Experience, E-commerce, Retail Types

4 Ways COVID-19 Gave Beauty Brands a Makeover

March 19, 2021

Via: Retail TouchPoints

U.S. beauty spending took a hit across all categories in 2020, with makeup dropping 36%, skincare falling 13% and fragrance falling 21%, according to NPD Group. Haircare was the only category to see a minimal rise (+3%) year over year. […]


The Real Price of Beauty: Why the Cosmetics Industry Needs to Cut Down on Waste

August 18, 2019

Via: Natalie Dunn

In 2017, the global cosmetic products market was valued at around USD 532 billion—and is expected to reach USD 863 billion by 2024. That’s a lot of lipstick, powder, and creams. Plus, makeup and skincare have become more popular than […]

News & Trends

Can beauty sector makeovers keep department stores and drugstores relevant?

September 25, 2018

Via: Retail Dive

Saks Fifth Avenue’s beauty renovation — including an expanded space, spa services and 58 new brands — began as a downsizing. And according to Kate Oldham, senior vice president and general merchandising manager of Beauty, Jewelry and Home at Saks, […]

Retail Types, Stores

Target diversifies beauty offering with new brands

April 20, 2018

Via: Retail Dive

Target, like drugstores and other retailers, has carried a few tried-and-true brands aimed at the needs of people with darker skin tones and various hair types, but in recent years several upstarts have sought to bring a wider variety of […]