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Why health, fitness and beauty brands are getting real (and funny)

Inside Retail

Health, fitness and beauty. A simple image search for health and fitness reveals screeds of bronzed, impossibly-toned bodies, paired with motivational slogans encouraging people to try harder, reach further, strive, dominate, or ‘just do it’. We’re seeing a similar shift in the beauty industry.

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Former Catch, MySale execs launch online beauty discounter On Trend Beauty

Inside Retail

Former MySale CEO Kalman Polak and ex-Catch beauty category manager Sarah Frazer are teaming up to launch an online space offering discounts and hard-to-find beauty brands. The website – Ontrendbeauty.com.au – is a response to consumer demand for the best big brand products for less, said Polak, co-owner of On Trend Beauty. “We

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Chemist Warehouse launches online health scanning service

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Chemist Warehouse has introduced a digital health and wellbeing scanner, which enables users to measure physiological indications using their smart phone cameras. The Chemist Warehouse health and wellbeing scanner will be displayed at the Chemist Warehouse AO precinct store at the 2023 Australian Open.

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Squigs Beauty, the Ayurvedic-inspired brand changing the game

Inside Retail

Nikita Charuza is a fashion and beauty editor turned entrepreneur who recently launched a beauty brand inspired by Ayurveda, a traditional Hindu system of medicine. Inside Retail: How did the idea for Squigs Beauty come about? IR : Squigs Beauty is based on the principles of Ayurveda.

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Thrice the size: Oz Hair & Beauty plans 10 more shopfronts

Inside Retail

Australian hair and beauty retailer Oz Hair and Beauty will open 10 new storefronts throughout the country in a multi-million-dollar investment. Oz Hair and Beauty plans to expand to 15 stores by the end of this year, taking its employee count to 165. Its newest location opens this month at Sydney’s Macquarie Centre.

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Adore Beauty Group eyes first physical store as revenue surges

Inside Retail

Adore Beauty Group enjoyed higher revenue in the fiscal first half on the back of a record number of returning customers and more active customers. We are also working with a specialist design agency, Akqa, to explore how the Adore Beauty brand can be brought to life in a physical format.” million. .

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Breaking down beauty: What are the new trends beauty customers want?

Inside Retail

What customers want has changed significantly over the past few years, and with the rise of TikTok, and the push-back against unrealistic beauty standards, the beauty industry is one of the more impacted spaces. Beauty customers are increasingly changing their shopping patterns, and Adore Beauty wants to understand what’s next.