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- Treat beauty as serious business
- Identify early adopters and their drivers
- Customise to connect and collaborate to expand
What you need to know
Beauty play everywhere
The booming beauty sector is poised for a CAGR of 14.6% (2018-22) largely driven by the selfie generation (young women 18-34 years old). Consequently, players from every corner are entering this sector to garner a share of the pie, ranging from private labels, start-ups, fashion portals and such.
Customisaton is the name of the game
With stiff competition, it will become imperative to understand consumer needs better in order to stay in the game. Customisation in the form of skin tone compatibility, weather suitability, lifestyle-compliant and such will gain prominence.
And don't forget the naturals card
Naturals will play a key role to make brands lifestyle-compliant. In a country like India with a significant population of Hindus and Muslims governed by their respective cultural and religious beliefs, lifestyle will impact product usage. Vegetarian/vegan could be the naturals calling card for wide appeal.
Expert analysis from a specialist in the field
Written by Minu Srivastava, a leading analyst in the Consumer Research sector, her extensive knowledge delivers in-depth commentary and analysis to highlight current trends and add expert context to the numbers.
In India, regulation has been proposed (in 2018) to make it mandatory for cosmetics to indicate whether they are vegetarian or not by using either a green or red dot. According to Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) Dr S Eswara Reddy, people belonging to the Jain community and the Department of Consumer Affairs have been demanding labelling of cosmetics and toiletries with brown/red and green dots indicating non-vegetarian or vegetarian origin for quite some time.
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Table of contents
Table of contents
- [Graph] India: Select claims for colour cosmetics, by suitable for claim category, Jan-Nov 2018
- Key drivers
- [Graph] India: Cosmetic users and select reason to use cosmetics, by age, April 2018
- Global trends and how they are playing out in India
- Usage of cosmetic products
- [Graph] India: Cosmetic products used, April 2018
- [Graph] India: Select cosmetic products used vs not used, by region, April 2018
- [Graph] India: Places shopped at for cosmetics in last 6 months, April 2018
- Usage motivations and frustrations
- [Graph] India: Select reasons to use cosmetics, by marital status, April 2018
- [Graph] India: Select biggest frustrations when using cosmetics, April 2018
- [Graph] India: Select reasons to use cosmetics, by age-group, April 2018
- [Graph] India: Select biggest frustrations when using cosmetics, by South region, April 2018
- Who's innovating
- Global innovators
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