“For most consumers, beauty products shopping is fairly routine. Most buy beauty products to replace items that they use regularly and choose mass merchandisers and drug stores to do their shopping. While they are loyal to retailers and products, there is somewhat of an interest to try new products. Retailers need to offer incentives to encourage purchasing of new products as well as make the shopping process more exciting for ...
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Issues and Insights
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Market Size and Forecast
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Overview of Beauty Product Purchases
Types of Retailers Shopped for Beauty Products
Reasons for Buying Beauty Products
Reasons for Choosing Certain Retailers When Buying Beauty Products
Beauty Products Shopping Behavior
Innovations/Improvements Desired When Shopping for Beauty Products
Race and Hispanic Origin
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Innovations and Innovators
Social Media – Shopping for Beauty Products
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Appendix – Other Useful Consumer Tables
Appendix – Social Media – Shopping for Beauty Products
Appendix – Trade Associations