The inclusiveness of beauty – internally and externally – will continue to be key in 2023 and industry must remain open in its communication on the matter, says the director-general of the UK’s Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association (CTPA).
Following many milestones and achievements in 2022, the British beauty sector is bracing for a turbulent trading period ahead that it plans to tackle collaboratively, says the CEO of the British Beauty Council.
Unilever-owned Dove has unveiled a global campaign designed to drive diversity in virtual beauty, collaborating with game developers and a gaming charity to catalyse change and improve female representation in the gaming world.
International beauty major The Estée Lauder Companies and French luxury fashion house Balmain have entered into a license agreement to collaboratively develop and launch an inclusive prestige beauty line next year.
The next two years will see a range of beauty cohorts take centre stage – lazy skinimalists, beautyversals, protopians and universals – carrying with them an increased focus on self-care, the environment and diversity, says a WGSN exec.
Male consumers worldwide are showing serious signs of increased interest in beauty and cosmetics, so brands must take note and invest in inclusivity efforts for this group, and beyond, says a trend expert.
L’Oréal couture brand Valentino has launched its first makeup collection in Dubai and Seoul airports, laying the path for a strong return to beauty travel retail for the conglomerate, an executive says.
Beauty and personal care products that are inclusive with neutral messaging will firmly take centre stage as the new standard in skin care and makeup, likely prompting a retail re-think in coming months, according to GlobalData.
British indie brand Five Dot Botanics has secured listings with The Hut Group on two of its mass beauty sites Lookfantastic and Mankind – a move set to take the natural, minimalist skin care conversation mainstream, its founder says.
Beauty inclusivity has soared into the spotlight in recent years and whilst many brands have changed advertising, upgraded product formulations and shifted social messaging, it remains a complex area to navigate, says a consumer analyst at GlobalData.
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