Physical stores remain key to UK prestige beauty sales with rising turnover and more initiatives to engage customers face to face. But online growth is exploding, according to new data from research firm NPD Group.
We’ve become used to hearing about LVMH, L’Oréal and Estée Lauder buying trailblazing make-up brands so it’s quite a surprise to hear that Anglo-Dutch consumer products giant Unilever has thrown its hat into the ring.
Beckham’s two previous collections for Estée Lauder sold out instantly. Following on that success, the cosmetics company will expand the collection from 14 products to 28 for their upcoming collaboration.
Chromat won the chance to collaborate with M.A.C. as part of a CFDA/Vogue project. The new collection features electric colors and limited edition packaging in keeping with the activewear line’s aesthetic.
Over 1,000 cosmetics are on the list compiled by French consumer rights group UFC-Que Choisir, featuring substances regarded as "undesirable",12 compounds being classified as "worrying," including endocrine disruptors.