· New color category entrants like Sally ION, Paul Mitchell and JOICO continue to gain market share.
· Smaller European hair color companies like Keune, IT&LY, Davines, Alfaparf, and US companies Pravana and Aloxxi also fuel the growth. Major new products like Illumina, Elumen, Beth Minardi Signature, Igora, and INOA2 are covered in detail in the study.
· New product-use trends for translucent color, vivids, vibrants, pastels, luminous color and demis are reviewed.
· Formulation and toxicity issues on MEA, PPD and other unsafe chemicals per European Union regulation are detailed.
· The study outlines latest hair color and fashion/style trends from top master colorists all over the United States..
· Future hair color product needs per leading master colorists, independent artistic salons, renters and chains are listed.
· New sections on new men’s haircolor services/products, hair color advertising, shipment market shares for leading hair color corporations and by division show L’Oréal, P&G, Goldwell, Sally and Schwarzkopf as leaders.Paul Mitchell, Farouk, Aveda, Framesi, TIGI and JOICO follow.
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