Zalando, Europe’s largest fashion and lifestyle e-commerce marketplace, reported a boom in pampering and self-care beauty categories, including candles, aromatherapy, and detox products; sales of skin-, nail-, and hair-care products were up 300 percent, year on year.4 That is consistent with results from which most makeup sales in the United States are showing slight declines, compared with the same month in 2019, while sales for nail-care products (218 percent), hair coloring (172 percent), and bath-and-body products (65 percent) are way up
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Humans have always been obsessed with beauty. We’re either spending time and money trying to attain what we believe is aesthetic perfection (or its closest relative), or we’re learning about and reveling in its many shapes and forms. Aside from this universal quality of humankind, the beauty ideals
Go back a few years and the beauty industry was one of the most shop-based of all. People went into a shop to try products, chat with store staff and see what would work for them. Catwalk shows would dictate trends, which were then taken up by big brands who advertised these products, and people bought them. But with the internet, most specifically social media, this has all changed.