Which Categories are Faring Well for the U.S. Hair Tools and Appliances Market?

Which Categories are Faring Well for the U.S. Hair Tools and Appliances Market?

Trimmers and clippers emerged as the strongest category in the U.S. hair tools and appliances market during 2020as many consumers turned to home kits to cut their hair. The revelation comes from Kline’s soon-to-be-published Hair Tools and Appliances: United States Market Analysis and Opportunities report, which covers both the professional and retail channels and three major categories: hair dryers, hot tools, and trimmers and clippers. Continue reading

Professional color care products gained market share in the first half of Q2 2020

Professional Color Care Gains Momentum Amidst COVID-19 Chaos

With salons forced to shut their doors because of the coronavirus pandemic, the professional hair care industry witnessed a shift in demand (roughly +15%) in Q2 vs. Q1 2020 for hair care products that help maintain color and manage roots, according to Kline PRO USA. Data shows that products formulated for color care have historically occupied the largest market share; they gained even more in the first half of this year, holding a whopping 31.4% of the market pie.Continue reading

[WEBINAR] ASEAN Lubricants Market – Key Drivers and Trends

Despite a major setback due to the pandemic, the lubricants market in ASEAN region is very dynamic and presents strong growth prospects over the forecast period. Overall, growth is expected to be driven by the consumer segment, followed by the commercial and industrial segments. Government regulations and policies, COVID-19’s impact in the short term, consumer purchasing power, government spending on key industries, and international trade and commodity prices are some of the factors that can critically impact industrial and commercial automotive lubricants segments over the forecast period. Learn about this dynamic market from the upcoming webinar.

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Cleaning Needs in the Foodservice Industry are Rapidly Changing

The restaurant industry has been one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, with government shutdowns leading to an estimated 8 million unemployed restaurant workers and thousands of temporary and permanent restaurant closures. Yelp estimates that approximately 16,000 restaurants have permanently closed due to COVID-19 lockdowns, and some project that the industry lost as much as $80 billion in the first two months of shelter-in-place orders. Continue reading

Key Market Developments that Drive Lubricant Markets for Two Wheelers

Two-wheelers are a popular means of transportation in developing countries because of their low ownership cost and fuel-efficiency. In the long term, two-wheeler market will continue to grow despite a temporary disruption in 2020 amid COVID-19 driven by access to credit and financing. E-commerce and bike taxis will also give a forward push to this market. However, some factors, such as the increasing electric two-wheeler population, restrictions on two-wheeler usage in China, a move toward cars in developing countries as a result of economic growth change the way the market develops.Continue reading

Top Reasons Why Independent Hair Stylists Should Grab Your Attention

Top Reasons Why Independent Hair Stylists Should Grab Your Attention

Among the major shifts occurring in the salon industry are stylists moving from salons to independent businesses. The recently published Independent Stylist Study covering the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, and Brazilreveals the key reasons independent hair stylists could become the turning point for the professional hair care industryHere’s a rundown: Continue reading

Personalization Trend Enters the Vitamin Market

Personalization Trend Enters the Vitamin Market

American consumers are increasingly using personalized subscription services for clothing, beauty productsand meal kits—plus vitamins and nutritional supplements. In a category worth more than $10 billion—with as much as 75% of the population regularly consuming supplements—the sheer number of available products and brands can be confusing. That’s why personalization makes sense, as it helps consumers navigate a somewhat perplexing category.   Continue reading