Benefit Cosmetics has done it again. This beauty marketer is always on trend, and with its latest color palette, the company is taking it to the limit! Her Name Was Glowla ($36) is a “must-have” kit containing all the party-season essenti… Read More »
Every day, my local newspaper—you remember newspapers, don’t you?—publishes a photo from its archives; one of those “a look back” sort ofthings. Recently, there was a 1950s photo taken on Black Friday, the big selling da… Read More »
Consumers' appetite for and expectations of newness have opened the door for smaller beauty brands, especially those that are able to offer a genuine point of difference in markets dominated by multinationals. Read More »
Bare Escentuals does it again. The mineral makeup brand known for its lightweight but powerful cosmetic innovations branches out into crème eyecolor with its latest launch, Buxom Stay There Eye Shadow ($17). The Buxom family already has a cu… Read More »
Fall’s crisp, collegiate cosmetic colors pop against fashion’s earthy military looks and whimsical floral prints. Cool blue, warm burgundy, soft mauve and dark green (this season’s putty gray) all appear in OPI, Essie and Zoya&rsq… Read More »
I’ve got a crush—on Stila’s new lip and cheek stain, that is. Packaged in Stila's iconic clickable pen, Stila Raspberry Crush Lip & Cheek Stain ($24) is the latest addition to the brand’s popular color range.
This rev… Read More »
By Steve Harripersad u2022 Beauty Avenues Dr. Lambros Kromidas u2022 Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs Professional Dr. Nava Dayan u2022 Lipo Chemicals Inc.
Published August 27, 2010
Consumers are becoming more environmentally savvy and seek natural cosmetic products that are safe and perform as well as conventional products. Here are some guidelines to help chemists get started in the lab. Read More »
Natural cosmetic brand Tarte, known for its “skinvigorating” ingredients, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this Fall with a variety of limited edition products (http://www.happi.com/news/2010/06/22/tarte_turns_10).
The brand als… Read More »
No, no, no. Not in the size of its global economy, nor its personal care and household product sales. Nope, China is now the largest consumer of energy, powering its way ahead of the U.S., according to the Paris-based International Energy Agency. Mor… Read More »
Ready for a double-dip? More consumers in the U.S. are curtailing their vacation plans in an effort to save money. Their cost-saving measures play a role in the household and personal care industry, too. Read More »
By Ken Wasik, Managing Director, Stephens Investment Banking, Stephens Inc.
Published July 2, 2010
Looking to get a foothold in the competitive personal care and household product space? Consider direct marketing channels where there are still plenty of brands and companies out there that deserve attention. Read More »