Beauty Retailing - US - April 2011
Beauty Retailing - US - April 2011

The color cosmetics and facial skincare categories continued to grow through Q4 2010 despite the slow economic recovery, but these segments are not recession proof. Unemployment was still high and consumers remained careful about spending. The retailers that reported the strongest performances were the ones that combined savvy merchandising and target marketing with attractive products, promotions, private labels and other exclusive lines.

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Overview

Overview

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Executive Summary

Market

Market

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Market Factors

Consumer

Consumer

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Purchases and Usage
Changes in Purchasing Habits
Changes in Spending
Where Women Shop for Beauty Care
Loyalty Card Perks
Attitudes Regarding Price, Value, and Online Offers
Attitudes Regarding Packaging
Impact of Race/Hispanic Origin

Brand/Company

Brand/Company

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Beauty Retail Innovators
Marketing Strategies

Data

Data

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Appendix—Trade Associations