NEW YORK — L'Oréal USA has announced the launch of The Next Level, a L'Oréal beauty and style destination on Xbox Live that will serve as a one-stop beauty and style hub for women.
Consumers will have the ability to tailor their Next Level experience through a customization engine that serves content in a manner to suit each user's individual taste. Designed and created with interactive solutions from BrightLine, this destination will offer how-to videos, articles and product-centric interactive features showcasing the latest in style, entertainment and beauty — all brought to audiences by L'Oréal brands and editorial partners Lucky magazine and Makeup.com.
Key highlights include:
Custom utilities, such as a personalized event calendar, shopping list, weather-based beauty recommendations and redemption center where rewards earned through interaction can be traded for tangible branded offers;
Beauty product recommendations aligned with curated fashion looks;
A library of how-to content and video tutorials;
The ability to browse products, share on Facebook and initiate product purchase all within the destination;
Peer-to-peer and expert-to-peer conversation forums to share tips, tricks and opinions; and
A first-ever currency system that rewards users for interaction.
“With more content and women on Xbox LIVE than ever before, we see this as a tremendous opportunity for L’Oréal USA. We wanted to connect with this rapidly growing audience and combine their passion for entertainment and beauty into one seamless personalized experience,” stated Esohe Omoruyi, VP digital marketing for L'Oréal USA.
“We realized immediately that L'Oréal was the perfect partner to create a seamless beauty, lifestyle and experience on the Xbox. The result is designed to connect with viewers in all the ways we know L'Oréal already has in the retail world. It represents a new kind of brand evangelism and engagement,” added Jacqueline Corbelli, co-founder, chairman and CEO of BrightLine, a provider of interactive television solutions for entertainment and advertising.