Home. Time for tantouring: the latest countouring initiative need no longer require any make-up at all. 30 most valuable cosmetics brands of 2015. Kim Kardashian wears Pat McGrath's Gold 101 makeup. The fashion and celebrity world are going bonkers with the news that legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath MBE is launching her own makeup.
The first product is Gold 001, which was debuted on the models' lips at the Prada show this Milan Fashion Week. It's a multi-function high-impact pigment (which basically sounds like gold dust) and at Prada it stole the show, keeping eyes on the striking lips accenting an otherwise natural look. Meanwhile makeup-obsessed Kim Kardashian just revealed on Instagram that she had a heads-up on the launch, trying the product the previous week at New York Fashion Week. Lucky Kim! Mariah Carey teams up with MAC to launch holiday lipstick collaboration inspired by the 90s. Mariah, 45, revealed to Yahoo that she will debut her shimmery nude lipstick, named 'All I Want' after her own hit Christmas song, later this year The mother-of-two also confessed that she is set to release a full 'Beauty Icon' collection with MAC in 2016 By Charlie Lankston For Dailymail.com Published: 01:02 GMT, 1 October 2015 | Updated: 01:04 GMT, 1 October 2015.
Image Gallery: Burberry opens its debut beauty store. Marc Jacobs Ignores Every Single Runway Beauty Trend for Fall 2015. Last season, Marc Jacobs sent his models down the runway wearing absolutely no makeup and shaggy wigs.
This season he went the opposite direction with dark eggplant lips, silver eyes, revolutionary eyebrows and a top knot gone awry. According to his beauty team, Jacobs wanted to channel a sophisticated, eccentric lady who never leaves the house without looking impeccable. Euromonitor: Growing hunger for luxury cosmetics. Many companies are now expanding luxury to cover the full spectrum of cosmetics products, including everything from bath products to nail varnish.
Fashion designers like Marc Jacobs and Tom Ford are also increasingly spreading their nets into the premium beauty trade. The rise of the middle class in emerging markets also gives companies opportunities to target their products towards newly wealthy consumers. Andrea Pejic Make Up For Ever Advert. How To Tontour Fake Tan Contour Your Face. Every time we think contouring is maybe, just maybe, going away, another bizarrely-named incarnation springs up in its place - like strobing, clown contouring and baking.
Well, dear reader, we're here to assure you that today is no different. The craze du jour? Rihanna Announces Fenty Beauty Makeup Line. Today is a BIG day for Rihanna lovers everywhere.
She of ever-changing hair and totally flawless beauty looks has confirmed our wildest dreams: she has plans for her own makeup line. MAC Viva Glam Miley Cyrus Collection. The Glam App Cara Santana Joey Maalouf Review. It's safe to say that apps have changed our lives.
Whether you need a ride (Uber), a date (Tinder) or dinner (Deliveroo), your smartphone can now deliver it - pronto. The latest app we're obsessing over hasn't come from Silicon Valley though - it's straight out of Hollywood. Best Highlighter Makeup Selfie Products. In a world obsessed with selfies, we wouldn't be surprised to hear that Photoshop's revenue was steadily picking up.
What we we couldn't have predicted is the fact that there has been a massive surge in highlighters being sold. Yep that's right, our determination to get the perfect, candlelit snap has resulted in us buying up A LOT of illuminating products. Tom Ford Is Releasing 16 Gorgeous New Lipsticks For Autumn. Women often stop me in the ladies' at restaurants, weddings, and boutiques to ask what showstopping fuchsia-berry lip colour I have on.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Tops Instagram Influencer List. Talk about David outwitting Goliath: Anastasia Beverly Hills is the most liked beauty brand on Instagram by far.
For the second quarter of 2015, Tribe Dynamics estimated Anastasia Beverly Hills’ earned media value on the social media platform was $46.5 million, versus $26.4 million for MAC and $17.2 million for Too Faced. Tribe collects its data using a proprietary analytics platform that monitors 50,000 top influencers within beauty, fashion and lifestyle across a diverse set of social channels. This story first appeared in the August 14, 2015 issue of WWD. Beauty Industry Analysis 2015 - Cost & Trends. Beauty Industry in 2015 at a Glance Comprised of a diverse yet interrelated set of business lines, the beauty industry helps us look and smell our best.
Before we leave the house each day, we have likely undergone our personalized beautification ritual. Included in this ritual is the daily shower and shave, the weekly nail trim, and the monthly haircut. And increasingly we are taking a more holistic view of our health, and our beautification ritual may now include a periodic massage and trip to the spa. But our concern with our appearance is hardly anything new; indeed the beauty industry has been expanding and growing for all of recorded history.
The beauty industry today encompasses far more than cosmetics and skin care products, though they are still a significant portion of the sector. U.S. Prestige Beauty Industry Growth Trend 2014 - npd.com. Port Washington, NY, February 4, 2015 – The U.S. prestige beauty* industry reached $11.2 billion and grew 3 percent in dollar sales in 2014, compared to 2013, according to global information company The NPD Group, Inc. Makeup experienced the healthiest gain, 6 percent, while fragrance dollars grew 2 percent and skincare increased by 1 percent.
The NPD Group presented the beauty industry’s first look at 2014 global year-end results for makeup, fragrance, and skincare at their 18th annual “Hot Off The Press” event at the Union League Club in New York on January 29. Cosmetic Executive Women Inc., (CEW), a leading professional organization in the beauty, cosmetics, fragrance and related industries, partnered to host the event for the third consecutive year. “The beauty industry had a solid annual performance in a somewhat difficult retail environment, but there’s still plenty of room for improvement and development,” said Karen Grant, global beauty industry analyst, The NPD Group. Luxury & Cosmetics Factbook.