The University of Michigan’s Index of Consumer Sentiment showed a much more buoyant shopper in May.
The Millennial-focused store relies heavily on affordable greatest hits and private-label products in its personal care aisle.
Yves Saint Laurent’s new women’s perfume Mon Paris straddles the past and the present.
Benefit is releasing a massive 45-item brow makeup collection next month and held a major launch event last Friday in Las Vegas.
The natural hair-care brand is looking to reach a new demographic.
The move is in line with the Japanese beauty giant’s Vision 2020 corporate strategy.
Drew Barrymore, a born-again beauty marketer, topped a list of global cosmetics industry leaders who gathered in Palm Beach, Fla., to debate the challenge of adapting to fundamental transformation.
Environmental Working Group and Consumer Reports both knock numerous sunscreens for unfulfilled promises, but come to different conclusions about mineral options.
Marketing and Trends
Gen Z will look for luxury products from brands that care about sustainability.
LF Beauty is inviting Asian beauty companies into its Shanghai headquarters until the end of May to unveil the latest work of its research and development team.
Glossier’s new Flavored Balm Dotcoms – in cherry, mint and rose – can be pre-ordered today glossier.com, with the product officially going on sale May 9.
The 19-stockkeeping-unit collection was formulated to rival the popular indie brands tearing up sales.
Wal-Mart pulled off a comp-store sales gain in the first quarter, beating analyst estimates.
Health and Beauty Aids
John Frieda expands its reach with an exclusive kit in Billabong
The brand will likely execute “some sort of transaction” before the end of the year to support gains, said founder Nova Covington.