The confluence of two trends — products for textured hair and natural formulas — has put a lift in hair care sales.
Hain Celestial worked with brand agency CBX to rework its Avalon Organics brand and freshen its positioning.
The bath category is once again bubbling at drug stores thanks to several trends with natural, multitasking and therapeutic products.
Eyelashes and artificial nails are growing, and that isn’t wasted on PDC Brands, which last month scooped up the United Kingdom’s Original Additions.
There are ample opportunities for up-and-coming cosmetics lines to squeeze onto mass walls as the industry awaits the transition of several lines from Procter & Gamble to Coty.
Executives gathered in Palm Beach, Fla., last month for NACDS Annual Meeting.
When I started covering this business about 20 years ago, there was a lot of attention around channel blurring. Today, convenience is however the consumer defines it.
Retailers are enthused about the caliber of hair care launches hitting shelves — including Garnier’s Whole Blends and TRESemmé’s new Beauty Full Volume.
Perhaps women are fatiguing of gels, or just want instant access to the coffin-shaped nails made popular by celebrities. Whatever the reason, retailers are seeing a spike in sales of artificial nails.
Eyebrow makeup sales rocketed 50% for the most recent 52-week period, according to IRI. What’s behind the wildfire growth is a movement for dramatic, yet tamed brows, ignited by celebs sporting the “eye brows on fleek” revolution.