The global color cosmetics market stood at USD 57.4 Billion in 2014 and it is expected to reach USD 77.7 Billion in 2020 with a CAGR of 5.7%. Color cosmetics have wide applications in nail products, lip products, eye make-up, facial make-up, and other.
- Color cosmetics refer to the colorants and cosmetics ingredients that help to enhance the appearance of the human body.
- The color cosmetics include products such as eye shadows, foundations, nail paints, lipsticks, powers, and others.
- The color cosmetics are segmented on the basis of target markets such as prestige products and mass products.
The prestige products are projected to register high CAGR than mass products in the next five years as the brand loyalty amongst prestige color cosmetics users is rising especially in the developed regions. The rising disposable income of people, rising consciousness about appearance, and improving quality of life are the major drivers of the color cosmetics market in the developed countries of North America and Europe as well as the emerging countries of Asia-Pacific and RoW.
- Moreover, the growing demand for beauty and personal care, organic cosmetic products, technological advancements in color cosmetics, attractive packaging, increasing consumer health awareness about personal care and fashion trends are projected to drive the demand for color cosmetics.
- In Asia-Pacific, China and India are expected to witness high demand for color cosmetics between 2015 and 2020.
The Chinese color cosmetics industry is the most promising industry in Asia due to changing consumer demographics towards a younger and more affluent segment. In India, the demand for facial make-up, nail and lip products, hair products, and other beauty products is expected to register a high CAGR between 2015 and 2020.
This growth is projected to be mainly driven by increasing access to branded products, rising affordability of the female consumers, and rising consumer base. This report estimates the color cosmetics market size in terms of value, regionally and in end-user markets. The report provides a comprehensive review of the important drivers, and challenges in the market.
This market is further segmented and forecasted for key regions, such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and RoW. Top players of the industry are profiled in detail with their recent developments and other strategic industry activities. The segmentation by type of color cosmetics in terms of consumption and value for each region is also discussed in this report.
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The color cosmetics are personal care products that enhance the physical appearance of a human body. They mainly refer to colorants and cosmetics ingredients that are used for skin care, make-up, hair care, personal hygiene, fragrance, and oral care. The color cosmetics include products such as foundations, nail paints, powders, lipsticks, bronzers, eyeliners, and others.
- The color cosmetics flourished in 2012 with the launch of new line of beauty brands that has gained immense customer loyalty.
- The nail products have been the fastest growing category which has been spurred by innovative textures and effects.
- The facial make-up segment also witnessed growth due to several skin and anti-aging benefits incorporated into concealers and bases.
Color cosmetics can be divided on the basis of their target market prestige products and mass products. The demand for prestige products as well as mass products is witnessing a rapid increase in the developing countries of Asia-Pacific. Moreover, the benefits associated with the prestige products are attracting more costumers to shell out extra and at the same time is garnering customer loyalty.
- The demand for color cosmetics is expected to register higher growth in the lip products, facial make-up products, nail products, and eye make-up products.
- The multi-benefit products are driving the color cosmetics market that provides additional characteristics such as anti-aging benefits and UV protection.
This industry is highly dynamic which demands product differentiation and the manufacturers experiment with new textures and formats to survive in the competitive market. The facial make-up market is registering fast growth and manufacturers are creating foundations that incorporate light-capturing crystals.
With the rise of products for instance, anti-aging foundations, the foundations are being formulated with better skin care formulas. The lip care category is becoming more lucrative by offering products that combine shimmering, shiny textures with a long-lasting and caring formula as well as is contained in a stick form for ease of application.
The color cosmetics market is anticipated to show a high growth rate in the coming years. Applications such as lip products, facial make-up, nail products, and hair color products are predicted to show higher growth than other applications. The global color cosmetics market demand, by value is estimated to reach approximately USD 77.70 Billion by 2020.
Increasing consumer incomes, rise in awareness about personal care products, increasing consumer spending in color cosmetics, innovations of new products to cater to rising demand, rise in consciousness about appearance, growing beauty and personal care segment, and the rise in demand for color cosmetics to reduce age related imperfections is driving the market for color cosmetics.
This trend is projected to continue for the next five years. The rising financial stability of women and financial independence in the developing economies of Asia-Pacific such as China and India is projected to drive the color cosmetics market in this region. North America and Europe are the leading regions for the consumption of color cosmetics. However, Europe and Asia-Pacific are projected to have the strongest consummation rates and dominate the color cosmetics market by 2020. The U.S. holds the largest share in the North American market while France holds the largest share in the European market.
- Asia-Pacific and the RoW regions are showing a significant increase in demand of color cosmetics.
- Color cosmetic companies focus keenly on research and development to provide innovative and high quality products and solutions to its customers.
- Besides, these companies also aggressively collaborated and venture with other companies to increase their presence in different regions.
These two are the major strategies adopted by the companies to strengthen their position in the color cosmetics market. Table of Contents 1 Introduction (Page No. – 14) 1.1 Objectives of the Study 1.2 Market Definition 1.3 Study Scope 1.4 Years Considered for This Report 1.5 Currency 1.6 Limitations 1.7 Stakeholders 2 Research Methodology (Page No.
– 17) 2.1 Research Data 2.1.1 Secondary Data 184.108.40.206 Key Data From Secondary Sources 2.1.2 Primary Data 220.127.116.11 Key Data From Primary Sources 18.104.22.168 Breakdown of Primary Interviews 2.2 Market Size Estimation 2.2.1 Bottom-Up Approach 2.2.2 Top-Down Approach 2.3 Market Breakdown & Data Triangulation 2.4 Research Assumptions 2.4.1 Assumptions 3 Executive Summary (Page No.
– 25) 4 Premium Insights (Page No. – 27) 4.1 Color Cosmetics Market to Register High Demand By 2020 4.2 Facial Make-Up to Register the Fastest-Growth Rate (20152020) 4.3 Color Cosmetics Market to Register High Growth in China Followed By the U.S. (2015) 4.4 Asia-Pacific Countries Expected to Drive the Market of Color Cosmetics (20152020) 4.5 Lifecycle Analysis: By Region (2015-2020) 5 Market Overview (Page No.
– 32) 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Market Segmentation 5.2.1 By Target Market 5.2.2 By Application 5.2.3 By Region 5.3 Market Dynamics 5.3.1 Drivers 22.214.171.124 Increasing Preferences for Color Cosmetics in the Cosmetics and Personal Care Industry 126.96.36.199 Technological Advancement and Innovation in Color Cosmetics Products 188.8.131.52 Increasing Financial Independence of Women and Disposable Income 5.3.2 Restraints 184.108.40.206 Stringent Government Regulations 5.3.3 Opportunities 220.127.116.11 Increasing Demand for Organic Color Cosmetics 18.104.22.168 Urbanization Key Driving Force in Emerging Markets 5.3.4 Challenges 22.214.171.124 Maintaining the Quality of Mass Market Products 6 Industry Trends (Page No.
– 38) 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Value-Chain Analysis 6.3 Porters Five Forces Analysis 6.3.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers 6.3.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers 6.3.3 Threat of Substitutes 6.3.4 Threat of New Entrants 6.3.5 Intensity of Rivalry 7 Color Cosmetics Market, By Target Market (Page No.
- 42) 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Prestige Products Market 7.3 Mass Products Market 8 Color Cosmetics Market, By Application (Page No.
- 47) 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Nail Products 8.3 Lip Products 8.4 Eye Make-Up 8.5 Facial Make-Up 8.6 Hair Color Products 8.7 Special Effect & Special Purpose Products 8.8 Others 9 Regional Analysis (Page No.
– 59) 9.1 Introduction 9.2 North America 9.2.1 U.S.9.2.2 Canada 9.2.3 Mexico 9.3 Europe 9.3.1 Germany 9.3.2 France 9.3.3 U.K.9.3.4 Italy 9.3.5 Spain 9.3.6 Others 9.4 Asia-Pacific 9.4.1 China 9.4.2 Japan 9.4.3 India 9.4.4 Indonesia 9.4.5 Australia 9.4.6 Others 9.5 RoW 9.5.1 Brazil 9.5.2 Chile 9.5.3 Argentina 9.5.4 South Africa 9.5.5 Others 10 Competitive Landscape (Page No.
- 97) 10.1 Overview 10.2 Market Development Analysis 10.3 Competitive Situation and Trends 10.3.1 New Product Launches 10.3.2 Agreements & Collaborations 10.3.3 Expansions 10.3.4 Mergers & Acquisitions 11 Company Profiles (Page No.
- 102) (Overview, Financial*, Products & Services, Strategy, and Developments) 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Unilever N.V.11.3 L’oral Group 11.4 Avon Products, Inc.11.5 The Este Lauder Companies Inc.11.6 Shiseido Co.
Ltd.11.7 Coty Inc.11.8 Revlon Inc.11.9 Ciat London 11.10 Chantecaille Beaute Inc.11.11 Kryolan Professional Make-Up *Details Might Not Be Captured in Case of Unlisted Companies 12 Appendix (Page No. – 147) 12.1 Industry Experts 12.2 Recent Developments 12.3 Discussion Guide 12.4 Introducing RT: Real Time Market Intelligence 12.5 Available Customizations 12.6 Related Reports List of Tables (63 Tables) Table 1 Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 2 Prestige Products Market Size, By Region, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 3 Mass Products Market Size, By Region, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 4 Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 5 Market Size in Nail Products, By Region, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 6 Color Cosmetics Market Size in Lip Products, By Region, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 7 Market Size in Eye Make-Up, By Region, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 8 Color Cosmetics Market Size in Facial Make-Up, By Region, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 9 Market Size in Hair Color Products, By Region, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 10 Color Cosmetics Market Size in Special Effect & Special Purpose Products Market, By Region, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 11 Market Size in Others, By Region, 2013-2020 (USD Million) Table 12 Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Region, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 13 North America: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Country, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 14 North America: Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 15 North America: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 16 U.S.: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 17 U.S.: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 18 Canada: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 19 Canada: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 20 Mexico: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 21 Mexico: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 22 Europe: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Country, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 23 Europe: Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 24 Germany: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 25 Germany: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 26 France: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 27 France: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 28 U.K.: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 29 U.K.: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 30 Italy: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 31 Italy: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 32 Spain: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 33 Spain: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 34 Others: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 35 Others: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 36 Asia-Pacific: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Country, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 37 Asia-Pacific: Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 38 Asia-Pacific: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 39 China: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 40 China: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 41 Japan: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 42 Japan: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 43 India: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 44 India: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 45 Indonesia: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 46 Indonesia: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 47 Australia: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 48 Australia: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 49 Others: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 50 Others:Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 51 RoW: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Country, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 52 RoW: Market Size, By Target Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 53 RoW: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 54 Brazil: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Taregt Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 55 Brazil: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 56 Chile: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Taregt Market, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 57 Chile: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 58 Argentina: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Taregt Market, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 59 Argentina: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 60 South Africa: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Taregt Market, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 61 South Africa: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) Table 62 Others: Color Cosmetics Market Size, By Taregt Market, 20132020 (USD Billion) Table 63 Others: Market Size, By Application, 20132020 (USD Million) List of Figures (46 Figures) Figure 1 Color Cosmetics Market: Research Design Figure 2 Bottom-Up Approach Figure 3 Top-Down Approach Figure 4 Color Cosmetics Market: Data Triangulation Figure 5 Assumptions of the Research Study Figure 6 Facial Make-Up to Register the Highest CAGR Across Color Cosmetics Applications, 20152020 (USD Billion) Figure 7 Asia-Pacific to Register A Significant Growth in the Color Cosmetics Market (20152020) Figure 8 Color Cosmetics Market Size (USD Million) Figure 9 Facial Make-Up Application to Register the Highest Growth, 20152020 Figure 10 China Estimated to Be the Largest Market for Facial Make-Up Across All Applications (2015) Figure 11 Color Cosmetics is Estimated to Account for the Highest Market Share in China, 2015 Figure 12 Asia-Pacific Countries are at the Growth Stage of the Life Cycle Analysis Figure 13 Market Segmentation of Color Cosmetics, By Target Market Figure 14 Market Segmentation of Color Cosmetics, By Application Figure 15 Market Segmentation of Color Cosmetics, By Region Figure 16 Increasing Preferences for Color Cosmetics in the Cosmetics and Personal Care Industry are Driving the Color Cosmetics Market Figure 17 Value-Chain Analysis: Color Cosmetics Manufacturers Add Maximum Value Figure 18 Porters Five Forces Analysis Figure 19 Color Cosmetics Market, By Target Market Figure 20 Mass Products are the Fastest-Growing Target Market of the Color Cosmetics Market (20152020) Figure 21 Asia-Pacific is the Fastest-Growing Region for Prestige Products, (20152020) Figure 22 Mass Products to Register High Growth in RoW (20152020) Figure 23 Asia-Pacific is the Largest Market for Nail Products (20152020) Figure 24 Asia-Pacific is the Dominating Region in Lip Products Market (20152020) Figure 25 Asia-Pacific is the Largest Market for Eye Make-Up Products, (20152020) Figure 26 Asia-Pacific to Grow With the Highest CAGR for Facial Make-Up Applications (20152020) Figure 27 North America Dominated the Hair Color Products Market, (20152020) Figure 28 Special Effect & Special Purpose Products Market to Be Dominated By North America, (20152020) Figure 29 Asia-Pacific is the Fastest-Growing Region for Other Color Cosmetics Applications, (20152020) Figure 30 Asia-Pacific is the Fastest-Growing Region, 20152020 Figure 31 Prestige Products to Be the Largest Market for Color Cosmetics, 2014 Figure 32 Facial Make-Up Dominates European Color Cosmetics Market in 2015 Figure 33 Prestige Products Dominate Color Cosmetics Market in France, 20152020 Figure 34 China, Japan, and India are the Most Lucrative Markets in 2014 Figure 35 Growth Strategies Adopted By Leading Companies Figure 36 New Product Launches and Expansions are the Key Strategies Adopted By Companies Figure 37 New Product Launch has Fuelled Growth & Innovation Between 2011 and 2015 Figure 38 Battle for Market Share: New Product Launch Was the Key Strategy Figure 39 Regional Revenue Mix of Leading Market Players Figure 40 Unilever N.V.: Company Snapshot Figure 41 L’oral Group : Company Snapshot Figure 42 Avon Products Inc.: Company Snapshot Figure 43 Estee Lauder: Company Snapshot Figure 44 Shiseido: Company Snapshot Figure 45 Coty: Company Snapshot Figure 46 Revlon Inc.: Company Snapshot
What is meant by color cosmetics?
Colour cosmetics is a broad term that encompasses different categories of make-up products designed for everything from skin and cheeks to eyes and lips. Make-up has been used for centuries to enhance overall physical appearance, conceal flaws or define features.
What are examples of color cosmetics?
Color Cosmetics Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast to 2020 Color cosmetics are that help to enhance the appearance of the human body. Color cosmetics refer to the colorants and cosmetic ingredients used for make-up, skin care, personal hygiene,, and oral care.
Color cosmetics include products such as foundations, eye shadows, nail paints, powders, lipsticks, concealers, bronzers and other. On the basis of type of product, color cosmetics market can be segmented into face, eye, lip and nail and others. North America, followed by Europe, has the largest market for color cosmetics due to innovations in color cosmetics, high consumer disposable income and new product launches in color cosmetic market in the region.
Asia is expected to show high growth rate in the color cosmetics market in next few years due to increasing consumer incomes and rise in awareness about personal care products in the region. Increasing consumer spending in color cosmetics, rise in consciousness about appearance, innovation of new products, growing beauty and personal care sector, rise in demand for color cosmetics to reduce age related skin imperfections, improving quality of life, technological advancement in color cosmetics are driving the market for color cosmetics.
In addition, attractive packaging, increasing consumer health awareness about the personal care and growing fashion trends are expected to drive the market for color cosmetics. However, economic downturn, high cost of quality chemicals, strict government regulations and high price related to packaging are some of the factors restraining the growth for global color cosmetics market.
Growing demographics and economies in the developing countries such as India and China is expected to offer good opportunities in color cosmetics market in Asia. In addition, continuous rise in loyalty to color cosmetics, rise in demand for organic cosmetic products and innovations in color cosmetic products are expected to offer new opportunities for global color cosmetics market.
Increasing number of brands and products, growing online retailing, growing number of mergers and acquisitions and rise in collaborations and partnerships are some of the latest trends that have been observed in global color cosmetics market. Some of the major companies operating in the global color cosmetics market are Estee Lauder Inc., AVON PRODUCTS, INC., L’Oreal SA, Revlon, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson and Beiersdorf.
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What is beauty of colour cosmetic?
Beauty of Colour Cosmetics is a brand that combines the passion for makeup and the commitment to impact posivitely. Beyond beauty, our mission is to empower and highlight the magic in every woman by spreading powerful messages through our fun and girllish packaging.
What is the function of color in cosmetics?
Publisher Summary – This chapter defines that color can be described as a sense. There is a close relationship between cosmetics and color. The search for beauty is basic human instinct. Makeup cosmetics beautify the appearance by changing the color of the skin.
Color is an expression of the different energy levels in light, but it is not in itself a property of light. The light wavelengths are sensed by the visual receptors in the eye and the stimulation caused by each wavelength is expressed as color. The color of materials varies according to its composition and the type of light striking it.
The same material may appear to be a different color in sunlight, fluorescent lamp, and incandescent lamp. Coloring materials mixed with cosmetics can be broadly classified into organic color materials, also known as permitted colors, natural colors, and inorganic pigments.
What gives color to cosmetics?
a. Pigments – Pigments impart color to the final formulation. They can be of two types: absorption pigments of interference pigments. Absorption pigments give color by absorbing part of the visible light spectrum. Their observed color results from reflection of the nonabsorbed light spectrum.
- Combining absorption pigments needs to consider the reflected light colors in order to avoid overlap of reflected light wavelengths and absorbed wavelengths.
- This is termed “subtraction color composition.” It is illus- trated by a trichromatic schematic showing that blue is the result of light absorption in the yellow or that red is the resulting color of light absorption at red wavelengths.
Combining red and blue absorption pigments will yield a green shade instead of magenta. A good example of this color composition system is the CMY (cyan/ma- genta/yellow) system widespread in the printing industry. In a subtractive system, one starts from a neutral white light spectrum and each pigment removes a specific wavelength region from the white spectrum, leaving its remaining colors, Figure 26.3. RGB and CMY trichromic color composition systems. On the contrary, additive colors are obtained when pigments are the actual source of the color shade. Interference pigments act by selective reflection of a wavelength from the visible spectrum, and as such, pigments act similar to a light source.
- In this system, using a red and blue light sources will give a magenta light.
- In the additive composition system, one starts here with an empty light spectrum (dark).
- Each interference pigment adds a source of light to this dark background, which color relates to the reflective interference wavelength.
An illustration of the differences is given in Figure 26.4. Fillers The purpose of fillers is to opacify formulations to adjust the degree of transparency from a high-coverage foundation to a sheer foundation without affecting the color shade of a formulation. Fillers can lighten a formulation (higher concentrations above 5%) and they can induce a thickening of formulations.
The most common fillers are titanium dioxides (white), talc (used less now), and silica particles. The particle size of fillers also influences the optical appearance of the product on skin. Finer particles will give a softer appearance than larger particles. Finally, silicon dioxide particles are sometimes used to bring a slight light-scattering effect in foundations applied to skin, resulting in a soft-focus effect.
They are often termed “light diffusion particles” and are generally coated for secondary purposes such as more hydrophilic/hydrophobic characteristics. The coating can also affect the opti- cal refractive index and enhance the light-diffusion effect. In addition, the coating generally prevents any sensitization risks when applied to sensitive skin.
Surfactants These ingredients are often dependent on the type and concentrations of pigments as well as fillers. Their role is to disperse and maintain a homogenous dispersion in the liquid form. Common surfactants include stearates, dimethicones, oleates, and polyoxyethylene ethers (nonionic). Thickeners Thickeners serve to bring more texture to the formulation while also reducing the risk of pigment sedimentation inside a bottle.
They are used in low amounts when needed, since the pigments and fillers will bring a formulation quite high in viscosity. Film formers Oils and silicones can be used to enhance spreadability on skin. Dimethicones are typical for spreadability while giving a dryer skin feel post-application.
These compounds will also help skin adhesion of the formulation during its first minute following application. A good compromise needs to be reached in terms of time of setting of the foundation on the skin and time allowed for a consumer to evenly spread a formulation over the desired area. Polymers Polymers are widely used in foundations for multiple reasons.
They will enhance film adhesion on skin (e.g., acrylate/C12–C22 alkylmethacrylate copolymer). Poly- mers also bring stability to the foundation film by maintaining pigments evenly dispersed while providing a degree of porosity and breathability (e.g., triacontanyl PVP).
As mentioned before, film breathability is very important for skin to avoid occlusion effects. Several polymers are often combined to ensure adhesion on skin and good retention of pigments over time of wear. This last benefit is responsible for wear resistance of a foundation to avoid any rub-off or staining of consumer clothes during the daily wear time of a foundation.
Lastly, polymers can also bring a mattifying effect via sebum absorption/trapping and thus prevent the development of skin shine and oily appearance. Additional ingredients In addition to water, pH adjusters, preservatives, and antioxidants fall in this category to address the stability of the final formulation and its good compatibility with skin.
What is color matching in cosmetics?
Instrumental measurement – Visual colour matching is still practiced today but colorimeters and spectrophotometers were introduced to make the process less subjective. The earliest colour-matching instrument used in the cosmetic industry was the Lovibond Tintometer, a colorimeter introduced by Joseph Lovibond in 1893.
Originally made to determine the quality of beer, Lovibond Tintometers were used across a wide variety of industries including cosmetics from the 1930s onwards. The Tintometer allowed a technician to compare a sample cosmetic with a combination of coloured glass slides. By using combinations of differently coloured slides of varying intensities the observer could create a colour match between the colour from the slides and the colour of the cosmetic.
That specific combination of slides would then be recorded as a standard to be used for comparison with future batches of cosmetics of the same shade. Above: 1937 Lovibond Tintometer measurements for Max Factor’s Panchromatic Make-up (Factor, 1937, p.55). Lovibond Tintometers still required a good eye for colour. The later spectrophotometers removed the subjective elements of the procedure by comparing light from the test sample with the standard electronically.
What is white cosmetic?
What Are White Label Cosmetics? – White label cosmetics are high-quality, off-the-shelf products that are formulated by a manufacturer before being labelled with your very own branding and sold as your own products. A manufacturer may supply the same cosmetic products to various beauty and cosmetic businesses, but each business will have its own labelling on the products.
What is color theory in the beauty industry?
Complementary Colours: – Colours which are the opposite on the colour wheel are called complementary colours. These are the colours that neutralise unwanted tones or cancel other colours by mixing them together. In makeup, the use of complementary colours will help you to correct and conceal unwanted skin tones.
What are blue cosmetics?
A term coined by Jeannie Jarnot of Beauty Heroes, Blue Beauty is the new green beauty. It means safe, sustainably sourced ingredients PLUS ocean-safe ingredients and reused, recyclable, or refillable packaging. It’s about limiting our impact on this planet and its inhabitants + actively contributing to a healthier planet.
Ingredient sourcing Production Packaging Shipping Usage Disposal Giving back
What is the most popular color in cosmetics?
Beauty Brands Most Popular Marketing Color Across cultural lines, and continents, the color white is associated with purity and the truth. Established beauty brands have for long benefited from this relationship using it as the foundation for their marketing visuals.
What are the categories of beauty cosmetics?
The basics – Cosmetics and personal care products are applied to the human body for the purposes of cleaning, beautifying, promoting attractiveness or changing its appearance. Ranging from antiperspirants, fragrances, make-up and shampoos, to soaps, sunscreens and toothpastes, cosmetics and personal care products play an essential role in in all stages of our life. People have been using cosmetics for thousands of years, and today, the vast majority of Europe’s 500 million consumers use cosmetics and personal care products every day to protect their health, enhance their well-being and boost their self-esteem.
Learn more about the benefits of cosmetics and personal care products, The market penetration of some cosmetic and personal care products in the EU is likely to be near 100%. For instance, deodorant usage is close to total in the UK, with 94% of women and 87% of men using deodorants, while in France, 98% of adult women and 94% of adult men use liquid shampoo.
In terms of the frequency with which cosmetic products are used, differences can be observed across countries, between people of different genders and ages and for different cosmetic products. A sample of data for some of the most widely used cosmetic products is given in the diagram below. Cosmetics are regulated to ensure safety, governed mainly by the European Union’s (EU) Cosmetics Regulation. To learn more, read Understanding the Cosmetics Regulation, Our industry works hard to provide information because knowledge about cosmetics and their ingredients underpins consumer confidence in the products they use.
The Cosmetics Regulation sets out labelling requirements to provide consumers with the information they need, Beyond labelling, we provide information to consumers through other means, including marketing and communications. Learn how we inform the consumer, Every cosmetic and personal care product on the market in Europe is safe to use.
We state this with confidence because safety is the primary concern of all manufacturers. Moreover, European Union legislation requires all new products to undergo an expert scientific safety assessment before they are launched for sale. Learn about the activity we undertake to ensure safety,
Is hair color a cosmetic?
Hair dye products are cosmetic products regulated by Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009, These products can be divided into three categories according to their colour-fastness:
temporary hair dyessemi-permanent hair dyespermanent hair dyes
The first 2 categories are non-oxidative (non-permanent) hair dyes and are used for temporary colour changes. The group of permanent hair dyes comprises oxidative hair dyes and represents 70–80% of the colouring products market in Europe. The colouring is resistant to shampooing and grows out over time.
Which colour is symbol of beauty?
Color Symbolisms and meanings – Giving Flowers is a common gesture in many occasions and across all cultures in the world.
White : White color itself is a symbol of peace and purity, humility, innocence and silence. It represents the heavenly, pious and sincere feelings. The white blossoms convey an elegance and modesty. Yellow : A yellow flower is a symbol of happiness, friendship, enthusiasm, luxury, success, pride and treachery. It also represents the jealousy. Orange : You can represent your strong love, or a satisfaction of attaining the success through an orange flower. It is also a token of desire and enthusiasm. This vibrant color conveys satisfaction, confidence and passion for life. Red : A red flower is a favorite of youth as it represents an essence of emotions such as love and passion. It is also a symbol of courage, desire, admiration, constancy and respect. A red flower is a token of youth and enthusiasm. Peach pink : If you wish to express your sympathy, gratitude friendship or gentleness, then you can offer a peach pink flower. Pink : The elegant pink flowers attract the lovers. Pink is a color of love. And hence, offering a pink flower expresses your love and passion for the other person. A light pink flower is a symbol of delicacy, gentleness, grace, admiration and confidence. A dark pink flower represents the emotions such as gratitude and appreciation. Lavender : A lavender flower represents beauty, solitude and admiration. The lavender flowers are a token of grace, refinement and elegance. The lavender blossoms convey a message of a feminine beauty. Purple : This color is associated with the royalty and ceremony. The purple flower is a token of pride, dignity and success. The purple blooms represent admiration and accomplishment. Blue : The blue flowers can reduce stress and worries. They represent serenity, openness and peace. A blue flower offers a cooling effect. It is a perfect gift that promotes the muse of an artist, poet or musician. The blue flowers can be a unique gift to boost the inspiration. Green : This refreshing color represents resilience, youth, health and good fortune. The green flowers send a message of pleasure, renewal and optimism.
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Why are pigments important in cosmetics?
The Use and Importance of Colorants – Koel Colorants are widely used by the food, cosmetics and drugs manufacturing companies for imparting color to their finished products or providing them with special physical qualities and features. Today, a growing number of manufacturing companies are producing a wide variety of colorants and to meet the requirements of food, clothing, pharmaceuticals, plastic and a host of other businesses and industries.
- Here, find out more about colorants and their use and importance.
- What are Colorants? Colorants are essentially synthetic or natural additives, including pigments and dyes that are used for imparting colors or hiding the power of a product or substance.
- Colorants are basically pigments or dyes that are used across different industries such as paints, clothes, plastics, prints, photographs as well as ceramics.
While, dyes are water soluble and primarily used in the textile industry, pigments are insoluble compounds that are widely utilized by the ceramics, plastics and painting industries. Each of these industries also utilizes Aluminium Lake colours for adding colours to their products.
- These lakes are basically pigments that are manufactured by combining dyes with mordant-a metallic salt.
- They are used for the purpose of food coloring, especially when food dyes aren’t efficient or effective enough.
- In fact, lake pigments are specifically used for coloring all those food products that contain oils and fats.
Lakes are also used for manufacturing a wide range of personal care items and products like lipsticks, nail polish, eye shadow and lotions among others. The Use and Importance of Colorants Colorants are essentially used for making products appealing and attractive.
Colorants are utilized for establishing a product recognition or image. We live in a world full of colors and colorants are a great option for industries that wish to make their product both alluring and in tune with environment. Colorants, including dyes and pigments, are not only used for making a product attractive but are also utilized for the purpose of identification, safety and protection of the products as well as their innovative features. In case of food products, they’re used for the purpose of appetizing.
Industries that need to manufacture colorful products often use different types of pigments for preparing the desired colour. However, they need to surface treat the pigments, in order to acquire the desired attributes or properties. Food, drugs, cosmetics and other industries use in India to alter the physical and chemical properties of the pigments as well as for achieving the desired aesthetic and function appeal.
- Depending upon the surface properties, surface treatments can transform the surfaces and make them hydrophobic, lipophilic or hydrophilic.
- When it comes to purchasing surface treated pigments or colorants, industries must turn to renowned colorant manufacturers who possess the desired capabilities, expertise and infrastructure for customizing the colours and further treat them in accordance with the client’s requirements.
This would eventually aid them in acquiring fresh and improved products with ease. : The Use and Importance of Colorants – Koel
What are the four basic cosmetic pigments?
White, yellow, red, and brown ; four hues which correspond to the pigments of the skin.
How do color changing cosmetics work?
How Do Self-Adjusting Foundations Actually Work? Picking out the right shade of foundation is a struggle that seems to never end. Dozens of brands, thousands of tones and what about darker skin tones during the summer months? All of these mean hours of browsing for just the right shade that won’t make it plain that we’re wearing makeup.
This sheer struggle is what made ‘self-adjusting foundation’ such an eye-catcher. If a product could actually match skin tones without hours spent trying to find just the right shade, then it would be a guaranteed purchase for thousands of women. has a focused interest in skin care and innovations in beauty, so we decided to learn more.
How Do Self-Adjusting Foundations Work? The formulas involved in self-adjusting foundations fall into two categories: pH-reactive formulas or encapsulated colors. The pH-reactive formulas are more chemically based as they use certain ingredients which react differently based on the pH level of moisture they come in contact with.
As everyone’s skin has an individual pH balance, the ingredients react to the acidity or alkaline levels of their skin’s moisture by changing colors. It appears to change color based on your personal chemistry, but the pH balance of whatever moisture may be on your skin at the time can affect the color.
Even the air can change the shade! Encapsulated color formulas separate the color pigment from an uncolored base product such as a moisturizer. The color is coated with an oil or gel which holds the pigmentation suspended, giving the foundation an initially grey or white color.
When the foundation is rubbed into the skin, the coating on the color pigments is broken, releasing the colored pigment. Why does it look like it blends with your skin even if it isn’t matching your exact tone? The more you blend, the more pigment you release- if you see your skin still looks too pale, you’re going to try blending the foundation into your skin.
This will further the pigment’s release. Do They Really Deliver As Promised? Even ‘self-adjusting’ foundations come in a variety of shades– light, medium and dark skin tones all have their own –and choosing the wrong shade can leave you with the same problem you had before.
While these products are usually cleverly marketed to make women think that they will change color to match skin tones exactly, it’s not the case. Where self-adjusting foundations shine is the blending capacity that matches well with having various hues available for differing skin tones. Rather than purchasing four or five different foundations, mixing and matching and possibly clogging your pores and doing skin damage with harsh products, a single self-adjusting foundation provides a single layer to help even skin tone.
Hale Cosmeceuticals stands by the notion that the best way to keep your skin looking fresh, even and beautiful is with attention to your overall, Do you want to know more about what products will help keep your skin beautiful? today for information on cruelty-free, vegan skin care products.
Which are the 3 main components while choosing colors in makeup?
The three components of color – ” – A lot of designers are confused, and even intimidated by the whole topic of color. Maybe you’re one of those designers, or maybe you’re an illustrator or a fine artist who feels unsure about either choosing colors individually, or combining them into good-looking palettes.
So, don’t worry about it. There’s a good chance you’re just seeing color as being way more complicated than it really is. That’s all. Here’s the deal: any color that you could imagine has just three things going on with it. Just three, only three, and always three. What we’re talking about here is a color’s hue, saturation, and value.
That’s it. Nothing more, nothing less. Just these three qualities. So if a color looks bad, it doesn’t seem to be getting along very well with other nearby colors, then in the overwhelming majority of cases, you just need to make an adjustment to one or two of these characteristics.
What is color in product?
How do packaging colours influence marketing? Colour— a visual representation of your brand— is an integral part of product packaging. It can trigger thoughts, feelings, and emotions about your product; and, directly impact the purchasing decision. That’s because 85% of consumers buy products based on colour, Image courtesy: thedieline.com Let’s weigh-in.
What is colour in product design?
Color, psychology and design. Is product design only about how humans | by muditha batagoda Is product design only about how humans interacts with it? Color is a beautiful thing that creates different emotions in humans. We see things and differentiate similar objects with the use of color. We feel colors as an object that creates different emotions when seen. Colors produced in the visual system of the human brain.
In real life, the colors do not exist. We create colors using our brains, which means colors stay subjective in nature and, not objective. In design, the color act as a key function that grabs the attention of the user. Color is the easiest aspect to remember when come to encountering new things for the users.The colors of the design always make connection with branding of the product.
The product designers use color as a way to communicate what the product is about. Most of the time user’s purchase ideas largely depends on color. There are some facts that quite important when come to color psychology.