Lustre Beauty LLC

Lustre Beauty LLC

The company provides Sales and Account Management services for lovely beauty and wellness products in the North American market.

[12/18/19]   ONE OF MY FAVOURITE BRANDS!!! Not only beautiful looking, but a product that can REALLY CHANGE YOUR LIFE!!!

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Skincare Is Good and Also Works

A great read!

racked.com It is not, in fact, a ‘con.’

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Radical Transparency Sweeps Beauty Industry

I am speechless! how are we going to keep up with this overflow of information?????

wwd.com Deciem, Drunk Elephant and Beauty Pie are at the forefront of the movement.

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Schmidt’s Naturals moves beyond deodorant with latest launch

great to read....
“This is a turning point in the natural industry and we are taking it to a new level by continuing to listen to our consumers and produce the highest quality products,” Schmidt’s Naturals chief global strategy officer Michael Cammarata said. “Schmidt's is outselling conventional deodorants in Target and driving more traffic into stores than any other natural brand."

drugstorenews.com Schmidt’s Naturals moves beyond deodorant with latest launch

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Body Care: Beauty’s Next Big Thing

FINALLY..."white space"...truly, how long have I waited to see this in print?!!!

wwd.com The category is seeing rapid growth — and more brands entering the sector to capitalize on it.

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Why Squalane Is the Best Face Oil

I have been using the Squalane Oil from Mother Dirt and I can not say enough good things about it....this is such a great article about this incredible oil, I needed to share.

beautyeditor.ca This safe, stable oil belongs in your skincare routine.

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Winky Lux Tests Retail

Exciting new angle on retail....

wwd.com The retail move comes on the heels of a $2 million VC round.

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Most of all, today’s beauty shoppers want value - CDR – Chain Drug Review

"two channels are meeting in the middle"....

chaindrugreview.com The secret weapon in the battle for the $62 billion U.S. customers spend on beauty just might be something mass retailers had all along — steep values.

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10 Innovative Beauty Founders We Loved At IBE - SWAAY

this article touches on some of the fab brands seen at IBE NY...but there were others:)

swaay.com I don’t think there’s anything quite like an arena of entrepreneurs, banding together under the name of Indie, and showcasing their immense talents for an entire city to see.

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Dirty Lemon Opens Pop-up Wellness Bar

oh! this is FUN!

wwd.com The “modern apothecary” offers handcrafted drinks that promote wellness benefits.

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Ulta Beauty Doesn’t Care About Overtaking Sephora

I dont think I need to "say" anything!

wwd.com The company is focused on building more stores that sell mass and prestige products, as well as provide services.

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Casper, Mattress Maker, Raises $170 Million and Plans I.P.O.

Retail changing....

nytimes.com The new financing comes from Target and other investors, as the three-year-old company prepares to eventually pursue an initial public offering.

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Eight Consumer Trends in 2017/2018

Sweet....a short, valuable checklist...I think I knew this, but love that someone put pen to paper!

linkedin.com Trends affect the way customers interact with a product, which in turn, leads to a change in the design and packaging. Design and shopping habits go

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The Latest in DIY: Skin Care Made in the Kitchen

Ok, we all think we can Do It (this?) Yourself...but this self can not if this self is being realistic. Life can be alot easier if you just go to Spinster Sisters for all of your DIY inclinations!!! (thank me later)

wwd.com When he was disenchanted with ingredients in traditional skin care, Kevin Lesser cooked up his own.

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Indie Beauty Expo Dallas :: SpinGo

this should be exciting:)

on.spingo.com Reserved for indie entrepreneurs, including founders and brand-owners of existing brands and pre-launch brands. Early Bird pricing ends March 20.

Instagram post by @targetdoesitagain • Feb 17, 2017 at 10:50pm UTC

Seriously...the Best EVERYTHING cream for everybody🎯 I use it on face and body...even under makeup!

218 Likes, 4 Comments - @targetdoesitagain on Instagram: “Yu-Be skin care Now at Target!! 🎯Yu-Be skin care products (pronounced “YOO-BEE”) are Glycerin-…”

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Millennials Tap into Mysticism, Feeding New Beauty Trend

a new trend with an old soul?

wwd.com Millennials are tapping into mysticism and ancient wisdoms, and the trend is manifesting in beauty products.

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Nordstrom Spotlights Natural Beauty Products in New In-Store Outposts

Natural Beauty is becoming the norm??

wwd.com Forty-five stores have the outposts containing Origins, Tata Harper, Odacite, Arcona, Herbivore Botanicals and Youth to the People, among other brands.

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CVS Adds Brands and Polishes Stores to Attract Beauty Enthusiasts

CVS are elevating their beauty space. Indie brands, get ready!

wwd.com Trends are coming faster to the mass market and CVS is ready to pounce on emerging brands.

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Think Tank: What Digital Brands Need to Know Before Partnering With Big Retail

This is a great read...sharing some important yet perhaps overlooked points that any brand, digital or not, should be mulling over when taking next steps in choosing (the right) retail partner. Plus, and article written by WWD mentioning Target alongside Nordstrom as perhaps "leaders", keen to seek newness, and keen to explore how to continually expand your (customer) reach? How to remain relevant? Way to go Target!

wwd.com Sonya Brown, general partner of Norwest Venture Partners, explains.

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Bomber Jackets Are Top Gun This Season As Outerwear Stages a Comeback

I can NOT stop smiling...the 80's are coming back faster and more often- I feel like I am a kid again. Why is the bomber jackets return important? It is the PERFECT canvas for the other 80's trend that even Gucci has embraced- Patches and Pins- MY FAVOURITE NEW BRAND iDecoz takes the (80's) cake here!!!
Fun is ageless!

wwd.com Outerwear sales are expected to experience a 5 percent year-over-year gain this month.

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Ulta Beauty to Open First Manhattan Store

always growing...

wwd.com The retailer is moving into a neighborhood that also hosts Sephora and Bluemercury.

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Bring Beauty Back...to Retail.

back to beauty 101

linkedin.com Whether searching for the perfect frizz taming spray or for the longest-lasting deodorant, women and men, young and old are shopping the beauty aisle. And it's about time the industry paid more

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The Seaweed Bath Co. Heads to Target Stores

wwd.com The personal-care brand centered around organic seaweed is moving beyond natural product retailers.

[11/18/16]   Louise Baxter Busy day with Gregg Corzine at Archaeology planning Fall 2017 (already)

[11/18/16]   Louise Baxter visiting with Faith and Scott at Primal. Lotsa soap planned for Target for Holiday, Valentines, and Easter!

[11/18/16]   Louise Baxter meeting with my peeps at ME! Bath in LA. Planning for a great 2017! you are going to flip OUT!!!!!

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Are You Ready for Mask Bingeing?

Have you tried a mask? Check out the line Lustre Beauty LLC represents, Biorepublic Skincare

nytimes.com Learn about all of the latest trends in face masks.

It's official...ME! Bath is now available at 5000+ Walgreens !!! Next time you need to pick up your prescription from Walgreens, make a beeline for the luxury bath aisle...a little "ME" time is going to be better than anything your doc can write a script for.

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Drugstores Set Stage to Regain Beauty Share

So...I dont think sharing the link works...so here is the article I think is important to read :)
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January 4, 2016
Drugstores Set Stage to Regain Beauty Share

Specialty stores snagged a great deal of beauty sales from mass market retailers over the past five years, according to research from Kantar Retail’s ShopperScape. But the experts at Kantar said mass marketers, especially drugstore chains, are putting plans in action to halt the market share erosion.

“Drugstores are trying to capture more of their fair share of the specialty [business],” said Brian Owens, the director of retail insights for Kantar Retail. “Beauty is a flagship category. Health is where they own [share] and they understand that equity. But beauty is something where they want to re-brand themselves.”

Mass retailers and brands are making moves before specialty stores siphon off more sales. Tracking historical shopping patterns from 2009 to 2014, Kantar’s research showed that beauty specialists such as Sephora and Ulta Beauty produced a 6.2 percent gain as the channel where shoppers reported spending the most on color cosmetics. Mass declined 2.1 percent with drug dropping 2 percent. That’s not an acceptable trend to the industry, especially for the CVS and Walgreens stores of the world, said Owens, who predicts chains will elevate assortments and ambiance — even going so far as to add services such as Botox under their roofs. That would dovetail with the explosion of in -store medical clinics.

It makes sense for drugstores to leverage the synergies between wellness and beauty, he said. Beauty provides a much needed profit boost to offset gross margin pressure at the pharmacy counter. He foresees further development of beauty consultants who’ll borrow a page from department stores and offer more in-store makeovers. “They are trying to make it a more premium experience as you walk the box,” he said. Examples he cited include the clinical skin-care presentation at CVS as well as recent efforts to burnish beauty starting at 2,000 of the chain’s doors along with the Look Boutiques, which comprise as much as 4,500 square feet at Walgreens’ flagship stores.

Beauty is shifting in mass doors, according to Kantar’s analysis, from a convenience purchase to a more personalized experience mimicking a salon or prestige shopping experience. “The use of more advisers is giving them [mass chains] a more salon look and feel,” he notes. Moreover, consumer data such as that gleaned from CVS’s 17 million-plus beauty club members helps chains better tailor promotions and product information to the right consumers.

Exclusives are on the rise at both department and mass stores, Owens said. Bigger consumer packaged goods companies create special collections for chains to help them stand out from the competition. If that’s not available, retailers are acting as brand managers and creating their own lines such as Boots No7 and Soap and Glory. To keep up with Ulta Beauty, Owens foresees more in-store services such as brow shaping at drugstores.

One of the challenges for drug chains, he acknowledged, is the sheer size of the network. It is a daunting task to elevate the look and selection at thousands of stores. “That’s why they [chains] have laserlike focus on urban environment,” Owens said noting the biggest upgrade service efforts are put to work in high-density shopping markets such as New York or Boston. “In the new world, what we’ll see is more of a leveraging of the virtual experience. You’ll see more and more of that.” Boots in the U.K. already offers more virtual tools, which help the retailer notch 50 percent of its sales in beauty. Traditional American drugstores produce more than 70 percent of their volume in health. “They are going to bring the best of what Europe has to offer here,” he predicted. Already, according to Kantar’s research, efforts at Walgreens have helped attract upscale consumers. Based on “where department store customers spend the most on color cosmetics,” Kantar noted a 1.4 percent increase in Walgreens as a preferred store between 2013 and 2014. Walgreens notched a 2.6 percent increase with drugstore shoppers when it came to cosmetics.

It isn’t only drugstores hungry for bigger beauty baskets. He noted efforts by Target to put a spotlight on emerging nice brands while supermarkets like Kroger tout the link between “what you eat and looking good.”

Looking further into the future, Owens believes physical stores will be more about sampling and services versus purely moving merchandise. Sampling will be a key to getting product into consumers’ hands, he noted. Peer groups will usurp brand advertising as the voice of recommendation. Online platforms will be more important to serve as the replenishment vehicle. Partnerships and stores within stores will be integral to elevating the experience to draw shoppers in. “We don’t know what the beauty landscape is going to be like, but technology will definitely help define it,” he said. “The decision to build beauty has been made because the value it adds to the basket is amazing.”

wwd.com Drugstores are adding specialty lines and services to compete with competitors such as Ulta Beauty that are siphoning business from the mass market.

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Shoppers Cite Nordstrom as Favorite Retailer for Fashion

wwd.com The ranking was determined by a study involving more than 5,700 consumers by Market Force Information.

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Target Taps Beauty Incubator to Develop Three Exclusive Lines

wwd.com In a bid for more competitive beauty options, Target tapped Project Underground, a beauty incubator, to develop three lines exclusive to the mass retailer.

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Drugstores Set Stage to Regain Beauty Share

wwd.com Drugstores are adding specialty lines and services to compete with competitors such as Ulta Beauty that are siphoning business from the mass market.

#targetdoesitagain alrighty!!! Is it possible to have a favorite Mini Bath Ice Cream? Nope- they are all delish! Everybody thinking Holiday gifts? "1 for you, 2 for me"

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NACDS Total Store Expo: Hunting for the Offbeat

The Ice Cream Collection by ME! Bath was a H U G E hit at NACDS. A beautiful and fragrant collection of luxury spa bath products that captured the attention of retailers looking for affordable luxury!

wwd.com Retailers from 250 chains look for beauty items to catch the consumer eye and put a jolt in lackluster sales.

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