The FDMx Black haircare market was not immune to the recession, posting an inflation-adjusted decline of 6% from 2006-10. Despite this cumulative decline, the $185 million market appears to be on the road to recovery, expected to post its first real-term gain of 4% in 2011. The positive results are driven in part by a recession-inspired shift to do-it-yourself (DIY) haircare, especially as economic recovery takes longer to reach Black ...
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Scope and Themes
Insights and Opportunities
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Market Size and Forecast
Segment Performance—Styling Products
Segment Performance—Shampoo and Conditioner
Segment Performance—Relaxer Kits
Segment Performance—Hair Color
Retail Channels—Drug stores
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Haircare Products Used
Where Haircare Products are Purchased
Haircare Purchase Habits and Opinions
Salon Visits vs. At-home Care
How Economy Has Impacted Haircare Purchases
Black Men and Haircare
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Retail Channels—All Other FDMx Channels
Brand Share—Styling Products
Brand Share—Shampoo and Conditioner
Brand Share—Relaxer Kits
Brand Share—Hair Color
Innovations and Innovators
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Appendix—Other Useful Consumer Tables