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Coty to buy 20% stake in Kim Kardashian West's beauty line: Report
The company has a majority stake in Jenner's makeup and skincare line, which it bought last year for $600 million.
Male lifestyle influencers are shifting the conversation about men and makeup from why to why not — at least on social media
The Indian male ...
It’s not only fair that’s lovely: HUL to rename skincare label
HUL will rebrand its flagship skincare brand Fair & Lovely and will stop using...
Pond’s White Beauty goes for colour correction, entire skincare portfolio is being reworked: HUL
Almost every leading cosmetics company from Procter & Gamble and Emami to Nivea and Johnson & Johnson focused on whiteness or fairness variants. But now, companies don’t have a choice but to change course, said industry executives.
Grooming tax burns a hole in the purses of working women, but let's not talk about gender pay gap yet
If you took the title of the article seriously, this is to inform you: it was sarcastic.
'Glow' to replace 'whitening' in some L'Oreal skin products
The French company - the world's biggest manufacturer of beauty products, including brands Maybelline and Garnier - said last week it would change its labelling after a similar move by Unilever.
No slowdown in health, beauty segments: Amway India CEO
"Health care and beauty categories have witnessed year-on-year higher volume growth,"Amway India chief executive Anshu Budhraja said.
Market trend moving from small is beautiful to big is great: Basant Maheshwari
In midcap IT, you can always find that one isolated bet and make money, says Basant Maheshwari.
Indian cosmetics industry: Mini on mind for beauty conscious
The phenomenon of mini-sized versions has been gaining ground in high-end cosmetic products in India. Cos say the trickle of selling beauty products in mini size is now becoming a flood and brands are cashing in on the millions of Indians.
Skin in the game: Beauty tech firms drive market makeover
Some major companies have sensed an opportunity and invested in beauty tech. Marico has picked up stake in Nykaa, while Colgate-Palmolive has invested in Bombay Shaving Company, Emami in The Man Company and Unilever in Plum.
Amway India expects health, beauty segments to revive revenue growth
Amway India on Tuesday introduced new products in its global premium beauty brand Artistry, expects a double-digit growth in the segment. The FMCG major is expecting its beauty segment to contribute around 20% to overall revenue in the next five years. Amway is also investing in its online platform, which the company believes will get up to 40 to 50% of sales.
Influencer marketing has a big fake followers issue but that's not the only problem
While fake followers and fake influencers — users who’ve gained popularity only on the back of fake followers — are not new, the issue comes as influencer marketing becomes the fastest-growing category in the over Rs 14,000 crore digital advertising space, according to advertisers including PepsiCo, Under Armour, Lava, Sugar Cosmetics and upGrad.
Demand scenario to become clearer by September quarter: Sanjiv Mehta, chairman, Hindustan Unilever
The September quarter will be a good test to assess underlying demand, especially of discretionary items such as beauty, skincare and hair. “This would also be a good indicator of consumer confidence. However, we remain bullish that our country will bounce back sooner than what most people may think ," said Sanjiv Mehta.
Changing patterns of consumption creating mega trends in market: Atul Suri
‘10,800 is going to be the first crucial resistance point on Nifty.’
Covid crisis could be our 'second beginning': Godrej Consumer MD & CEO Nisa Godrej
Nisa Godrej says she will have a firm rein on the organisation as it seeks to navigate the current Covid- 19 crisis.