It is no surprise that hair coloring continues to see growth at food, drug and mass as beauty mavens increasingly turn to more cost-effective, at-home beauty regimens and manufacturers continue to turn up the notch on innovation, developing such products as no-drip foam formulas.
As anticipated, sales of hair coloring at food, drug and mass (excluding Walmart) were up 5.2% for the 12 weeks ended Aug. 7 to $254.3 million, according to SymphonyIRI Group.
Women’s hair coloring rose 6.1% to $221.6 million during that period, as men’s hair coloring dipped 0.4% to $32.7 million.
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