Asia Pacific Makeup Market Is Anticipated to Reach USD 22.31 …

Asia Pacific makeup market was valued at USD 14.76 billion in 2013 and is anticipated to reach USD 22.31 billion in 2019, expanding at a CAGR of 7.1% from 2013 to 2019

This press release was orginally distributed by SBWire

Albany, NY — (SBWIRE) — 01/13/2017 — Men’s grooming is an ongoing trend in Asia Pacific, contributing to the growth of the health and beauty market. Currently, increase in the number of working women and growth in disposable income are driving the makeup market in Asia Pacific. Makeup products are now becoming an integral part of personal care; these are considered luxury as well as mass products. Rise in demand for luxury products in countries such as Australia, Japan, India, China, Malaysia and Singapore would boost growth in the makeup market in Asia Pacific.

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Widening distribution channels such as supermarkets/hypermarkets and departmental stores, and emergence of online marketing (e-retailers) are expected to increase the market growth during the forecast period. Strategic positioning of makeup products in supermarkets/ hypermarkets and strategic advertisements by leading brands across Asia Pacific would drive consumers to use makeup products to enhance their appearance.

Increasing purchasing power, changing lifestyles and rising number of potential buyers in emerging markets such as India, China and Singapore are some of the factors driving the overall make-up market in Asia Pacific.

The makeup market in Asia Pacific was valued at USD 14.76 billion in 2013 and is expected to reach USD 22.31 billion in 2019, growing at a CAGR of 7.1% from 2013 to 2019. Major markets for makeup products such as Japan, Australia and New Zealand are anticipated to grow at a slower rate (CAGR below 4.5%)over the next six years. India is estimated to be the fastest growing market, expanding at a CAGR of 15.2% from 2013 to 2019. The makeup market in Japan is projected be grow at a CAGR of 2.2% over the next six years.

The makeup market is segmented according to application types such as eye makeup, face makeup, lip makeup and nail makeup. Face makeup was the largest segment in Asia Pacific makeup market in 2013, followed by lip makeup. In terms of countries, China was the largest consumer of makeup products in 2013. The country is likely to dominate the market in Asia Pacific over the next six years. Furthermore, demand for makeup products is expected to be high during the forecast period in Malaysia and South Korea due to increasing preference for luxury products in these markets.

Demand for organic/natural makeup products is anticipated to increase over the next six years due to rising awareness about the side effects of synthetic chemicals on skin. Higher numbers of organic products are likely to be launched in face, lip and eye makeup segments over the next six years. In the face makeup category, face powder is estimated to dominate the market, followed by foundations over the forecast period. Furthermore, in the lip makeup category, lipsticks would continue to lead the market, followed by lip liners during 2013-2019.

Supermarkets/hypermarkets are the most preferred distribution channels, followed by department stores. Furthermore, online retailing is projected to attract large traffic of consumers over the next six years.

The make-up market in Asia Pacific is fragmented in nature; a large number of producers and marketers operate in the market. However, large companies such as L’Oreal S.A., Proctor Gamble Co, Estee Lauder Companies Inc, Coty Inc, and Revlon Inc dominate the market for makeup products. These companies hold significant market share in Asia Pacific. Furthermore, the number of private label brands is expected to rise in markets such as India, China and Australia.

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/asia-pacific-makeup-market/release-759797.htm

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7 Best Types of Makeup to Get Dewy Skin, Even During Winter

Getting glowy, dewy skin is a great goal year-round. But it’s usually a lot easier to accomplish in the summer than in the winter, when you’re probably battling flakiness, dryness, and ashiness. All of those problems get harder to solve when the cold and the wind make the air outdoors extra uncomfortable, and heating systems make the air inside extremely dry.

When we’re dealing with dry skin, we all know that we should swap out our light lotions for heavier moisturizers. And we try to practice more restraint with the temperature of our hot showers and the length of our baths. But no matter how many adjustments we make to our skin-care regimens, they don’t always result in the dewy results we’re after. Surprisingly enough, that may be pretty easy to accomplish by making a few changes to your makeup routine.

Changing your makeup isn’t always what we’d recommend if you’re looking to make lasting changes. (For that, rethinking the skin care products you use is usually a more successful strategy.) But it turns out a judiciously chosen makeup product (or two) may be just what you need to get the dewy skin of your dreams. Even if you’re dreaming those dreams while tucked under flannel sheets, two comforters, and a wool blanket.

1. Choose a moisturizing foundation

Hourglass Veil Fluid Makeup Get a dewy look even in the middle of winter with a moisturizing foundation | Sephora

A tried and true shortcut to getting a dewier finish with your foundation is to add a few drops of moisturizer. That not only makes it more sheer, but also punches up the moisture that you get from leaving it on your skin all day. But if you’d prefer not to mix products in the palm of your hand, you can opt for a moisturizing foundation instead.

Some favorite formulas that pack a hydrating punch at a variety of price points? Hourglass’s Veil Fluid Makeup, MAC’s Face Body Foundation, and L’Oréal’s True Match Lumi Healthy Luminous Makeup. As for what you should avoid in a foundation? Steer clear of formulas that look shimmery. (They won’t look natural, and won’t make your skin look naturally glowy.) 

Article source: http://www.cheatsheet.com/gear-style/best-makeup-types-to-get-dewy-skin.html/?a=viewall

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Asia Pacific Makeup Market Is Anticipated to Reach USD 22.31 Billion in 2019, Expanding at a CAGR of 7.1%

Asia Pacific makeup market was valued at USD 14.76 billion in 2013 and is anticipated to reach USD 22.31 billion in 2019, expanding at a CAGR of 7.1% from 2013 to 2019

This press release was orginally distributed by SBWire

Albany, NY — (SBWIRE) — 01/13/2017 — Men’s grooming is an ongoing trend in Asia Pacific, contributing to the growth of the health and beauty market. Currently, increase in the number of working women and growth in disposable income are driving the makeup market in Asia Pacific. Makeup products are now becoming an integral part of personal care; these are considered luxury as well as mass products. Rise in demand for luxury products in countries such as Australia, Japan, India, China, Malaysia and Singapore would boost growth in the makeup market in Asia Pacific.

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Widening distribution channels such as supermarkets/hypermarkets and departmental stores, and emergence of online marketing (e-retailers) are expected to increase the market growth during the forecast period. Strategic positioning of makeup products in supermarkets/ hypermarkets and strategic advertisements by leading brands across Asia Pacific would drive consumers to use makeup products to enhance their appearance.

Increasing purchasing power, changing lifestyles and rising number of potential buyers in emerging markets such as India, China and Singapore are some of the factors driving the overall make-up market in Asia Pacific.

The makeup market in Asia Pacific was valued at USD 14.76 billion in 2013 and is expected to reach USD 22.31 billion in 2019, growing at a CAGR of 7.1% from 2013 to 2019. Major markets for makeup products such as Japan, Australia and New Zealand are anticipated to grow at a slower rate (CAGR below 4.5%)over the next six years. India is estimated to be the fastest growing market, expanding at a CAGR of 15.2% from 2013 to 2019. The makeup market in Japan is projected be grow at a CAGR of 2.2% over the next six years.

The makeup market is segmented according to application types such as eye makeup, face makeup, lip makeup and nail makeup. Face makeup was the largest segment in Asia Pacific makeup market in 2013, followed by lip makeup. In terms of countries, China was the largest consumer of makeup products in 2013. The country is likely to dominate the market in Asia Pacific over the next six years. Furthermore, demand for makeup products is expected to be high during the forecast period in Malaysia and South Korea due to increasing preference for luxury products in these markets.

Demand for organic/natural makeup products is anticipated to increase over the next six years due to rising awareness about the side effects of synthetic chemicals on skin. Higher numbers of organic products are likely to be launched in face, lip and eye makeup segments over the next six years. In the face makeup category, face powder is estimated to dominate the market, followed by foundations over the forecast period. Furthermore, in the lip makeup category, lipsticks would continue to lead the market, followed by lip liners during 2013-2019.

Supermarkets/hypermarkets are the most preferred distribution channels, followed by department stores. Furthermore, online retailing is projected to attract large traffic of consumers over the next six years.

The make-up market in Asia Pacific is fragmented in nature; a large number of producers and marketers operate in the market. However, large companies such as L’Oreal S.A., Proctor Gamble Co, Estee Lauder Companies Inc, Coty Inc, and Revlon Inc dominate the market for makeup products. These companies hold significant market share in Asia Pacific. Furthermore, the number of private label brands is expected to rise in markets such as India, China and Australia.

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/asia-pacific-makeup-market/release-759797.htm

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Finding A Niche: How A London Cosmetics Startup Has Made A Splash Targeting Under-Served Consumers

“Big brands often lack the understanding of what consumers really want,” says Farah Naz. “They aren’t agile enough to respond to customer demands- and being so risk averse they lag on innovation.”

Large companies can be slow to innovate

It’s that lack of responsiveness that can so often allows entrepreneurial to stride boldly into mature market and carve out a niche among hitherto poorly served consumers. EX1 has set out to just that. Founded by Farah Naz – formerly a biochemist at Imperial College, London – the company came to the market in 2013 with a of line foundation cream products aimed at women with olive skin tones.

A Response To Frustration

As Naz explains, the inspiration for the company was the simple fact that she herself was experiencing difficulty in buying appropriate foundation products. “I was frustrated by the lack of foundations that matched my skin tone, and realized friends shared the same problem,” she says. “I read market reports which confirmed the burgeoning market gap for affordably priced makeup for women with olive skin tones and I saw this as an opportunity to innovate.”

The gap in the market was – to say the least surprising. According to Naz there are around 5 million women in the UK alone fitting the company’s primary demographics. That represents a substantial community of underserved consumers. Naz acknowledges that foundation products were available, but as the market was seen as specialist rather than mainstream they were priced at a premium. Thus, the goal of EX1 was to produce “affordable” products.

The Appliance of Science

The first step was to get the formula right and according to Naz this meant rethinking standard industry practices. As she explains, vast majority of foundations are based on orange or pink pigments. “We shunned the standard available pigments used by brands and started from scratch, focusing on yellow/golden pigments that micro matched olive skin tones,” she says.

Article source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/trevorclawson/2017/01/13/finding-a-niche-how-a-london-cosmetics-startup-has-made-a-splash-targeting-under-served-consumers/

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Here’s The $3 Eyeliner That Could Change The Cosmetics Industry

e.l.f. Cosmetics products. (Courtesy photo).

A $3 eyeliner is disrupting the cosmetics industry. E.L.F. Cosmetics is winning over customers from more established, more expensive beauty lines with its insanely low-priced, but quality products.

Take for example, the aforementioned eyeliner by e.l.f. (If you were wondering, e.l.f. stands for eyes, lips and face.) Black liquid eyeliner from L’Oreal is $8, MAC is $20 and Estée Lauder is a whopping $31. Chief Executive Officer Tarang Amin knows his prices are shockingly low. “These prices allow for women to experiment and try the product.” The quality for e.l.f.’s products is good enough to keep customers coming back. “The accessibility gets her into the brand, the quality keeps her,” said Amin.

The product is primarily carried in Target and Wal-Mart stores. Amin said Target was worried when it first began carrying e.l.f. Target feared it would trade down the cosmetics category and only gave them a small amount of shelf space as a test. Instead, it brought in the millennial cosmetic shopper and Target bumped the shelf space up to 4 feet and in some stores 8 feet.

E.l.f products are also available at Old Navy and as of this past year e.l.f began selling products in Ulta cosmetics stores. “When they launched e.l.f. on Ulta.com, their home screen said ‘We heard you’,” said Amin. “Their shoppers had been asking for e.l.f. for a long time.”

The company’s 2015 sales grew 43%, while Maybelline’s grew 9% and Revlon grew 6%. It is also one of the most productive brands in cosmetics. It sells $275 per linear foot per week at national retailers, while it’s closest rival Maybelline only sells $198 and L’Oréal sells $164. Again, keep in mind the price point on these products.

When it comes to units sold per foot, e.l.f. Sells 90 units per week, while Maybelline sells 33 and L’Oreal sells 20. E.l.f. is a fairly young company and as the brand awareness grows, Amin expects the sales to grow as well.

e.l.f. speaks the language of the millennial shopper. They don’t use expensive celebrities to promote the product. Instead, they rely on customer-driven social media. The company employees are also a picture of diversity with women comprising 80% of its workforce and 71% of the employees are millennials. The company has a heavy penetration into the Hispanic and African-American makeup shoppers.

There are currently 14 e.l.f. specific stores, but there are plans to expand and Amin said that his goal is to open an additional five to 15 stores in a year. “We’re still in test and learn mode for our stores,” said Amin.

All of its products are made in China and the company said it is engaged in contingency planning should the new administration disrupt trading with the country, but so far said its premature to assume there will be problems. “Whatever does happen it would impact the entire industry,” said Amin. He also said that there were potentially positive impacts from the change in government. “We domiciled in the U.S., so any changes to the corporate tax rate would be a big impact. Our effective tax rate now is 42%, ” said Amin.

The company was founded in 2004 by Joseph Shamah and Scott Borba.  It only recently went public in September at $17 and quickly jumped to $25 on opening day. Amin’s goal is for e.l.f. to become a billion-dollar brand. It has risen 9% and was recently trading at $28. BMO Capital Markets rates the company an outperform and gave it a $36 price target. Piper Jaffray has an overweight rating and William Blair gives e.l.f. an outperform rating. A beautiful outlook in a competitive beauty landscape.

Article source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/debraborchardt/2017/01/13/heres-the-3-eyeliner-that-could-change-the-cosmetics-industry/

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In my beauty bag: Farmers beauty buying manager Rachel …

Farmers beauty buying manager Rachel Burkhardt says it's all about sunscreen.

Farmers beauty buying manager Rachel Burkhardt says it’s all about sunscreen.

As the beauty buying manager for Farmers, Rachel Burkhardt sees all the latest products before they hit the shelves. 

She’s got the inside word on how to look your best. 

SKINCARE

I use Goodness Cleansing Cream or Simple Hydrating Cleansing Oil to take off makeup, followed by Clarins Double Serum and Estee Lauder Supreme Anti-Ageing Moisturiser.

My favourite sunscreen is Elizabeth Arden City Smart or Shiseido Perfect UV Protector SPF 50. I am religious daily as part of my routine. 

For facials I love the About Face ‘Power of Three.’ I think the results are fantastic – it brightens my skin and gives it new radiance. It also helps reduce pigmentation, hydrates and increases collagen. 

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Rachel Burqhardt rates Goodness Cleansing Cream, Shiseido Synchro Skin Foundation and NYX Pin-Up Tease Mascara.

Rachel Burqhardt rates Goodness Cleansing Cream, Shiseido Synchro Skin Foundation and NYX Pin-Up Tease Mascara.

I think the secret to good skin is a regular routine morning and night. I have always used a serum in my routine for as long as I can remember, I think it has made a great deal of difference to the condition of my skin.

As I have got older I use a specific night cream and make sure I do my face, neck and décolletage. At the moment I am using Clinique Repairwear sculpting night creme or Trilogy Rose Hip Oil.

And I always wear sunscreen. 

MAKEUP

I didn’t really become interested in makeup until my first job in beauty, which was a promotional advisor for Estee Lauder. Not only did I have to do my own makeup, I had to learn how to put it on others.

My favourite foundation is Shiseido Synchro Skin Foundation. It’s long lasting and has good buildable coverage. 

I use it  with Clarins Instant Light Radiance Boosting Complexion Base as a primer. 

On my brows I use Chi Chi Fibre Brow to add colour and hold, then there’s NYX Pin-Up Tease for mascara. It adds amazing curl to the lashes and well as length. 

For blush I love L’Oreal Paris Infaillible Blush Trio and then on my lips I usually go for Revlon HD Matte or Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet  – they both are long-lasting matte formulas. 

I use the new Shiseido Synchro Skin Cushion if I need to touch up during the day or if I am heading straight from work to another engagement. I always carry an eye cream to hydrate around my eyes – Clarins Eye Revive Beauty Flash Balm is in a tube so really easy and portable.

There’s always a variety of lipsticks from bright to nude depending on my mood and of course sunscreen in case I am caught out. 

I don’t really wear makeup on weekends but I do wear BB cream just to smooth out my complexion. My new favourite is Nude by Nature Sheer Glow BB Cream and YSL Volupte Tint in Oil for lips. 

HAIR

I use Toni Guy Cleanse shampoo and Nourish conditioner both for damaged hair and I use the Nourish Reconstruction mask as well. 

Servilles in Ponsonby is my go-to. My stylist is Alana and I have been going to her for around eight years. She gives the best head massage ever.

My hair is thick and dry, so I use a hair mask regularly. Unfortunately these days it also requires regular colour, which I get done with my hairdresser. My scalp is sensitive to the colour but I have found Kevin Murphy to be non-irritating and the colour holds for longer. It also adds great shine to the hair.

I use GHD straighters every day, they are amazing and as my hair is thick and very wavy it helps to smooth it out and give it shine. 

NAILS

I don’t have time for manicures and pedicures so while I always do my toes, it’s DIY at home.

OPI is my go to brand for on-trend colour and I swear by Revitanail nail strengthener to prevent nails from breaking. 

FRAGRANCE  BODY

I wear a lot of different scents but my new favourite is Prada La Femme and the new Zadig + Voltaire for more casual moments. 

Tom Ford Black Orchid and Estee Lauder Sensuous have been go-tos in the past. 

I love the Body Shop bath gels in all the amazing flavours. 

LIFESTYLE

My absolute treat is a regular facial. Love them. 

In terms of beauty the most important to me is to look after your skin, create a routine even if it’s really simple – your skin can look great at any age. Beauty also comes from within so its important to eat well and get enough sleep.

Whenever I’m travelling I make sure to drink plenty of water and hydrate around the eyes. Estee Lauder Advanced Night repair gel eye cream is great for this. 

I love my job because as buying manager I get to discover all the new beauty products and brands first and choose what is right for the Farmers consumer.

TO FINISH UP 

I can’t live without my moisturiser, my skin just doesn’t feel comfortable without the extra moisture. 

My best quick fix is to mix your concealer with a little eye cream to brighten and hydrate around the eyes. 

A beauty mistake from the past is that I wish I had listened to my mother when I was younger and worn a hat. I also wish I had applied sunscreen right down onto my neck and décolleté not just my face.

It has taken me years to develop the habit of applying sunscreen everyday, but it’s never too late.

I don’t hate anything about beauty, wear it your way, whatever makes you feel good.


 – Stuff

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In my beauty bag: Farmers beauty buying manager Rachel Burkhardt

Farmers beauty buying manager Rachel Burkhardt says it's all about sunscreen.

Farmers beauty buying manager Rachel Burkhardt says it’s all about sunscreen.

As the beauty buying manager for Farmers, Rachel Burkhardt sees all the latest products before they hit the shelves. 

She’s got the inside word on how to look your best. 

SKINCARE

I use Goodness Cleansing Cream or Simple Hydrating Cleansing Oil to take off makeup, followed by Clarins Double Serum and Estee Lauder Supreme Anti-Ageing Moisturiser.

My favourite sunscreen is Elizabeth Arden City Smart or Shiseido Perfect UV Protector SPF 50. I am religious daily as part of my routine. 

For facials I love the About Face ‘Power of Three.’ I think the results are fantastic – it brightens my skin and gives it new radiance. It also helps reduce pigmentation, hydrates and increases collagen. 

READ MORE:
In my beauty bag: Swimwear designer Carena West
In my beauty bag: Liz Reilly of Revlon
In my beauty bag: Jewellery designer Alice Herald

Rachel Burqhardt rates Goodness Cleansing Cream, Shiseido Synchro Skin Foundation and NYX Pin-Up Tease Mascara.

Rachel Burqhardt rates Goodness Cleansing Cream, Shiseido Synchro Skin Foundation and NYX Pin-Up Tease Mascara.

I think the secret to good skin is a regular routine morning and night. I have always used a serum in my routine for as long as I can remember, I think it has made a great deal of difference to the condition of my skin.

As I have got older I use a specific night cream and make sure I do my face, neck and décolletage. At the moment I am using Clinique Repairwear sculpting night creme or Trilogy Rose Hip Oil.

And I always wear sunscreen. 

MAKEUP

I didn’t really become interested in makeup until my first job in beauty, which was a promotional advisor for Estee Lauder. Not only did I have to do my own makeup, I had to learn how to put it on others.

My favourite foundation is Shiseido Synchro Skin Foundation. It’s long lasting and has good buildable coverage. 

I use it  with Clarins Instant Light Radiance Boosting Complexion Base as a primer. 

On my brows I use Chi Chi Fibre Brow to add colour and hold, then there’s NYX Pin-Up Tease for mascara. It adds amazing curl to the lashes and well as length. 

For blush I love L’Oreal Paris Infaillible Blush Trio and then on my lips I usually go for Revlon HD Matte or Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet  – they both are long-lasting matte formulas. 

I use the new Shiseido Synchro Skin Cushion if I need to touch up during the day or if I am heading straight from work to another engagement. I always carry an eye cream to hydrate around my eyes – Clarins Eye Revive Beauty Flash Balm is in a tube so really easy and portable.

There’s always a variety of lipsticks from bright to nude depending on my mood and of course sunscreen in case I am caught out. 

I don’t really wear makeup on weekends but I do wear BB cream just to smooth out my complexion. My new favourite is Nude by Nature Sheer Glow BB Cream and YSL Volupte Tint in Oil for lips. 

HAIR

I use Toni Guy Cleanse shampoo and Nourish conditioner both for damaged hair and I use the Nourish Reconstruction mask as well. 

Servilles in Ponsonby is my go-to. My stylist is Alana and I have been going to her for around eight years. She gives the best head massage ever.

My hair is thick and dry, so I use a hair mask regularly. Unfortunately these days it also requires regular colour, which I get done with my hairdresser. My scalp is sensitive to the colour but I have found Kevin Murphy to be non-irritating and the colour holds for longer. It also adds great shine to the hair.

I use GHD straighters every day, they are amazing and as my hair is thick and very wavy it helps to smooth it out and give it shine. 

NAILS

I don’t have time for manicures and pedicures so while I always do my toes, it’s DIY at home.

OPI is my go to brand for on-trend colour and I swear by Revitanail nail strengthener to prevent nails from breaking. 

FRAGRANCE  BODY

I wear a lot of different scents but my new favourite is Prada La Femme and the new Zadig + Voltaire for more casual moments. 

Tom Ford Black Orchid and Estee Lauder Sensuous have been go-tos in the past. 

I love the Body Shop bath gels in all the amazing flavours. 

LIFESTYLE

My absolute treat is a regular facial. Love them. 

In terms of beauty the most important to me is to look after your skin, create a routine even if it’s really simple – your skin can look great at any age. Beauty also comes from within so its important to eat well and get enough sleep.

Whenever I’m travelling I make sure to drink plenty of water and hydrate around the eyes. Estee Lauder Advanced Night repair gel eye cream is great for this. 

I love my job because as buying manager I get to discover all the new beauty products and brands first and choose what is right for the Farmers consumer.

TO FINISH UP 

I can’t live without my moisturiser, my skin just doesn’t feel comfortable without the extra moisture. 

My best quick fix is to mix your concealer with a little eye cream to brighten and hydrate around the eyes. 

A beauty mistake from the past is that I wish I had listened to my mother when I was younger and worn a hat. I also wish I had applied sunscreen right down onto my neck and décolleté not just my face.

It has taken me years to develop the habit of applying sunscreen everyday, but it’s never too late.

I don’t hate anything about beauty, wear it your way, whatever makes you feel good.


 – Stuff

Next Beauty story:

Are we ready for a plus-size Bond girl? Ashley Graham sets her sights on appearing in a James Bond film

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12 Things You Don’t Know About The Cosmetics Industry In Africa

cosmetics industry in africaThe SuzieBeauty counter at Junction Shopping Mall in Nairobi. Photo: Sven Torfinn/International Herlad Tribune/nytimes

The cosmetics industry in Africa is a burgeoning market that is set for increased interest from international brands as well as added opportunities for local entrepreneurs.

From $400 per weekend to $1 million a month, local business successes form part of the cosmetics narrative in Africa, with opportunities waiting to be tapped.

The growing middle class in Africa provides companies with the ideal market to tap into, and beauty continues to be an important aspect of people’s lives all over the continent.

With brands such as L’Oreal and others considering Africa the new frontier for business, the cosmetics industry on the continent is set for accelerated growth in the near future.

We take a look 12 things you may not know about the cosmetics industry in Africa.

Sources: GhanaBusinessNews, Africa-Business, Euromonitor, Smallstarter, CNBCAfrica, BusinessWire.

Article source: http://afkinsider.com/136767/12-things-you-dont-know-about-the-cosmetics-industry-in-africa/

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Make Up Market – North America Industry Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast Analysis 2019


The research report provides an exhaustive analysis of the global makeup market, combined with a full explanation of the structure and major categories of the industry. Sufficient data on market share, size, trends, developments, suitable new and emerging regions, and future growth are provided and discussed at length. The report helps solidify knowledge pertaining to potential and existing competitors and helps provide competitive advantage by identifying key players, expansion strategies, and areas of development. The study also investigates the growth drivers, restraints and advantages that impact the market on a global scale.

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The research report analyzes the key restraints in the global makeup market, including the use of non-FDA approved chemicals in makeup compositions, the high price related to the use of superior quality chemicals, the high price related to the packaging of cosmetic products, and a growing segment of consumers that are consciously reducing the use of heavy cosmetic products.

A wide range of data aids an easy-to-understand analysis of the makeup market. The use of Porter’s five forces model analysis, SWOT analysis and an assessment of the value chain help you step ahead the market using the projected advantages and competition in the market.

Overview

The global makeup market, also known as the color cosmetics market, consists of elements used to beautify external human features, which involve the eyes and the face, finger nails, and toenails. The makeup market is segmented into eye makeup, face makeup, lip makeup and nail makeup. Other aspects of makeup are hair cosmetic products and odor-changing perfumes, deodorants, colognes, and scents. The Food and Drug Association is the regulating body for the makeup products and the components used in them.

The key driving factors in the makeup market can be identified through its key geographies and demographics. North American youngsters form the largest consumer base for makeup products. The biggest markets in the North American market are the United States, Canada, and Mexico, in the order of market share. Nail makeup and lip makeup are the largest segments in the makeup market in North America. The anti-ageing segment is dominated by the female population in Canada. The other key driving factor is the rising number of consumers with a disposable income, especially in Mexico. Customers are constantly looking for new facets and innovation in the makeup market, which is another reason for its growth over the past few years.

Companies mentioned

The top players in the makeup market are the ones that are dominant in North America and Europe, such as Estee Lauder Cosmetics (Canada), L’Oreal USA, and Avon among other names.

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Article source: http://military-technologies.net/2017/01/11/make-up-market-north-america-industry-size-share-growth-trends-and-forecast-analysis-2019/

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L’Oréal, Lauder et al lose out as Sephora dedicates more shelf space to own label and LVMH portfolio

The Wall Street Journal report revealed that LVMH’s 15 beauty brands take up nearly half the available space in the store’s make-up section, leaving scant room for the 185 other brands stocked by the popular perfumery chain.

And with department store sales in the doldrums, it’s no surprise that brands are looking to standalone stores and e-commerce to up their share of distribution. “The pressure is there, and its growing,” Ali Dibadj, Analyst at Bernstein Research told WSJ. “That’s why Estée Lauder is trying to retail its own products.”

 

Article source: https://globalcosmeticsnews.com/3859/l-oreal-lauder-et-al-lose-out-as-sephora-dedicates-more-shelf-space-to-own-label-and-lvmh-portfolio

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