Bên cạnh những tranh cãi trong giới Vloggers về vấn đề bắt nạt học đường, thời gian vừa qua, nhiều sự mâu thuẫn cũng nổ ra giữa các beauty guru (những người làm đẹp) trên các trang mạng xã hội kể cả trong và ngoài nước. Chúng ta khó lòng phủ nhận rằng hiện nay cộng đồng làm đẹp nói riêng và ngành công nghiệp mỹ phẩm nói chung vẫn chưa bao giờ có dấu hiệu hạ nhiệt, hãy cùng IELTS TUTOR phân tích bài báo Beauty has blown up to be a $532 billion industry — and analysts say that these 4 trends will make it even bigger tìm hiểu thêm thông tin và nâng cao vốn từ nhé.
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The beauty industry is growing faster than ever before. Today it's valued at an estimated $532 billion and counting, according to a new report from retail analytics firm Edited.
The rise of beauty vloggers sharing YouTube tutorials and posting about their favorite lipstick on Instagram continues to change the way consumers discover new products and engage with brands. In recent years, many cosmetic companies and direct-to-consumer beauty brands have started eschewing traditional advertising altogether, in favor of tapping into the power of influencer marketing and brand ambassadors.
At the same time, social platforms have evolved to be more shoppable by allowing consumers to purchase items they see in a post directly from the app.
[...] According to the Edited report, there are several burgeoning beauty trends that will help the industry continue to grow. Here are the four key factors Edited believes will advance the beauty market:
1. Traditional retailers experiment with beauty
According to data from the Edited report, UK H&M's assortment of beauty products increased by a staggering 94.8% from 2018 to 2019. At the same time, luxury e-commerce companies like Net-a-Porter also began offering a wider beauty inventory, which increased by 26% in the same period.
[...] "Brands are realizing that when tapped properly, the beauty sector can be a lucrative one," the Edited analysts wrote in the report.
2. Targeted pricing helps reach new demographics
As more retailers begin launching their own beauty brands, they have the benefit of controlling pricing to better appeal to specific demographics of shoppers. As a result, many are offering a wide range of price points: For example, H&M's beauty line starts at about $2 for wet wipes and goes up to $45 for a leather makeup bag.
[...] "The beauty industry is becoming increasingly dominated by millennials who are willing to spend on good quality products and this knowledge is utilized with targeted price points," the analysts wrote.
3. Increased transparency
Beauty brands are beginning to take a page from the playbook of apparel companies like Everlane, which has gained support for its "Radical Transparency" model that lists the sources and origin of materials and the true cost of manufacturing.
The Edited report notes that startups and direct-to-consumer companies have an advantage due to their ability to more easily experiment with transparent models, and it cited Beauty Pie, a new luxury skincare subscription company. Beauty Pie members receive a full pricing breakdown of every product, as well as lower prices as a result of cutting out the middleman.
4. Sustainable alternatives
The clean beauty movement continues to gain traction, as more shoppers seek out products free from toxins and other harmful ingredients. [...] brands are more cautious about what they use in their formulas and many are introducing features like recycled packaging for the first time.
"Sustainability is becoming increasingly important to transparency-minded customers who want to know where our products come from and how they are made," the analysts said in the report.
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