Exciting assortments can lure a jittery consumer back to stores and e-commerce sites.
Although the retail landscape has markedly changed, conventional needs and seasonality still play a role in consumer behavior.
Germany’s prestige beauty industry showed declines smaller than Italy, France, Spain and the UK during the coronavirus pandemic.
The makeup market may return — but probably not until 2021.
A renaissance in brick-and-mortar helped bolster beauty sales during the holiday period.
Skin-care sales aren’t being driven by new launches, according to NPD, but by existing products in the market.
Natural products now make up the biggest category in skin care.
Millennials, ath-leisure and e-commerce continue to drive apparel sales, but growth has slowed.
Skin care grew 9 percent for 2017, while makeup grew 6 percent.
Mass-market fragrance sales haven’t enjoyed the uptick registered in specialty doors. Target hopes it has the right recipe to turn the spigot back on.
As consumers embrace a multifaceted approach to wellness and beauty, sales of sleep-oriented products are soaring.