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The more women are exposed to "selfies" and other photos on social media, the more they compare themselves negatively, according to a study. Friends' photos may be more influential than celebrity shots as they are of known contacts, say UK and US experts. DippArticle-1.jpg (PNG Image, 500 × 369 pixels) 1334097447_ea1bf331615c21844c7dcc08f8a177ef.png (PNG Image, 541 × 354 pixels) The glitter and the gore - inspiration for beauty junkies, makeup artists and enthusiasts.
Consumers of the beauty industry. Celebrity Influence. Revenue of the leading 10 beauty manufacturers worldwide in 2011. This statistic shows the revenue of the leading 20 beauty manufacturers worldwide in 2014.
In that year, L'Oreal was the top ranked global beauty manufacturer with a revenue that amounted to about 29.94 billion U.S. dollars. Global Beauty Market. Big Bucks In Beauty: How Cosmetics Creators Are Beating The Market. Here's the ugly truth: The age-old pressure to be beautiful is greater than ever.
And by nature, people want something they don't have. Anglo women bring on the bronzer. Global beauty market to reach $265 billion in 2017 due to an increase in GDP. According to the latest market research from Lucintel, rising consumer incomes and changing lifestyles are driving the global beauty care products industry, which is forecasted to reach around $265 billion by 2017.
The report "Global Beauty Care Products Industry 2012-2017: Trend, Profit, and Forecast Analysis,” reckons that the industry will grow at a CAGR of 3.4 percent over the next five years, and highlights an increasing demand coming from Europe and the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. Rapid growth Last month, the market researcher noted the 'personal care' products industry as reaching $630 (€487) billion by 2017, the report then focused mainly on the likes of sunscreens, deodrants and skin care.
This latest report takes into account the hair care, color cosmetics, skin care and fragrance sectors, the market researcher reports that there is major growth potential for premium and luxury cosmetics as demand increases in the expanding middle class in developing nations. The Beauty Economy. The World Spends Billions to Look Beautiful. How Big is the Beauty Industry? - FashInvest. Lipstick, the Recession and Evolutionary Psychology. The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.
In 2008, when many companies reported record declines in sales amidst a global economic recession, L’Oréal, one of the world’s largest cosmetic manufacturers, was somehow immune to the downturn. In fact, L’Oréal enjoyed a sales growth of 5.3% that year—why? Sunday Standard - Online Edition. The enduring quest for eternal youthfulness can stir many strange habits.
Medieval noblewomen were known to swallow arsenic and dab on the blood of bats to improve their complexions. In Botswana, it is not uncommon for women to use letsoku, a clay-like soil that makes their skin smoother and lightens their complexion. The desire to be beautiful is as old as civilisation. So is the pain it can cause. In his auto biography, Charles Darwin wrote of an increased obsessive universal passion for adornment, often involving wonderfully great suffering.
Gluten-free beauty is on the rise. Author: Lucy Cornford.
Published on July 25th, 2014. More than skin deep: Mass market colour cosmetics set to hit £1 billion in 2014. Into the red: 'lipstick effect' reveals the true face of the recession. Some say hemlines and heels rise and fall with the state of the stockmarket.
But for those who really want to know how bad things are there is only one item that counts: lipstick. When times are tough, consumers stop spending on big ticket items. Car sales are down by a third; the drop in demand for mortgages has taken its toll of spending on carpets and furniture. But, according to one City economist, rather than lose the spending habit consumers simply trade down to cheaper items to cheer themselves up. Beauty Retailing.