More than 500 people stopped by brands including MAC, Sephora, Aveda, L’Occitane en Provence and Diptyque at a New York City pop-up.
Health and personal care and beauty sales rose 30 percent in the second quarter of 2018 versus the same period last year, according to One Click Retail.
With little fanfare, Black Opal achieved sales exceeding $15 million. Now with its first brand ambassador on board, the brand is gearing up to claim a leadership position in the bustling multicultural beauty business.
The first launches under new ownership, Laura Geller’s Filter First Luminous Foundation and Concealer could pull in as much as $10 million.
CyMe Boost is a collection of serums bringing the benefits of personalized skin care to the entire body.
Consumers are migrating to physicians’ offices for skin care they feel delivers enhanced results.
The singer’s scent Cloud is expected to reach $50 million in the first year.
Proceeds of the new lipstick will benefit the Farrah Fawcett Foundation for cancer research and prevention.
Like Adidas track suits and fanny packs, Sharper Image is back hoping to capture the allure of its heyday when its stores were the destination for the latest in gadgets. The new roster includes beauty tools in a partnership with Conair.
Aligned teeth are as important to overall beauty today as the right lipstick. Dovetailing with that, Macy’s has added. SmileDirectClub to 100 of its stores.
The ECRM session was the setting for a lively panel on what’s sparking beauty sales in the mass and specialty markets.
Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters are adding appliances from NuMe.
Tori Spelling is hosting a reality beauty show that allows audience interaction with augmented reality and tie-ins with industry brands.