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June 2014

Consumers are having lots of fun with color, and suppliers are developing new packaging to keep formulations fresh and long-lasting, as well as attractive and desirable.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

Now in its 47th year, the world's largest beauty event continues to provide a vast showcase of packaging and cosmetic trends and attendance has soared.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

Industry wide, a new paradigm has been created wherein primary packaging has assumed a more important role.
by Robin Coe-Hutshing, founder/creative director, Gold Grenade

April/May 2014

Metal components-and metallic effects–are being used by all types of brands, from hair care to fragrance, on packaging that is bound to attract attention.
by Marie Redding, Associate Editor

March 2014

Categories including sun care, men's and travel are driving an increase in packaging innovations and re-designs. And thanks to industry suppliers, bright colors, sharp graphics, a range of shapes and sizes, and smart dispensing systems stand out visibly on shelves.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

It's Earth Day 2014 - see what these brands, and TerraCycle - have been up to.
by Marie Redding, Associate Editor

January/February 2014

Launched in 1946 with just four products, The Estée Lauder Companies now encompasses more than 25 prestige brands marketed throughout the world, and generates more than $10 billion in annual sales. From skin care to hair care, color cosmetics to fragrance, packaging plays as critical a role in presenting today's formulations as it did 67 years ago-with the additional challenge of now maintaining the iconic DNA of each of the company's multiple brands. Read on for details on some of 2013's notable launches to discover why Beauty Packaging's readers voted The Estée Lauder Companies 2013 Beauty Company of the Year: Excellence in Packaging.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

Packaging synergies abound in the cosmetics, fragrance and liquor packaging industries.
by Joanna Cosgrove, Contributing Editor

December 2013

Current trends in dispensing systems are driving brands to upgrade to pumps that offer more aesthetic appeal and functionality, while suppliers are delivering innovative new dispensing solutions to accommodate any type of formulation.
by Marie Redding, Associate Editor

Colorful and opulent decorative effects stole the spotlight at the 26th annual international show for creative packaging.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

September 2013

Some beauty component manufacturers are steadfast; others are opening regional facilities to meet demand. Here's a sampling of products and capabilities available in the U.S.A.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

For more than 30 years, Marc Rosen has fueled the fragrance and beauty industry through creating award-winning packaging designs, teaching and mentoring students at Pratt Institute, capturing the artistry of perfume bottles in a gorgeous hardcover, providing industry education at Luxe Pack and more. Along the way, he's been honored with seven coveted FiFi Awards, and has come to serve as a strong voice and representative of the world of cosmetics. Here, Beauty Packaging's editor Jamie Matusow talks to the acclaimed designer (and one of the magazine's most popular contributors) about the newest evolution in his illustrious career.

July/August 2013

Stock packaging, in its many forms, provides brand differentiation while controlling costs and accelerating time-to-market.
by Leah Genuario, Contributing Editor

HBA remains strong in providing a gathering spot for industry buyers and suppliers to network, exchange information and plan for the future - in addition to offering the latest packaging and formulations for cutting-edge product development.
by Marie Redding, Associate Editor

June 2013

From nail polish to foundation, cosmetics packaging takes its cues from runway trends' and has become as bright and sophisticated as the products it contains.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

In-mold labeling is on the rise, so we thought we would share this interview with Nicolas Beck, head of sales and marketing at Beck Automation.

April/May 2013

Package optimization, corporate policy and cost factors weigh in on efforts to minimize environmental impact while protecting and delivering the product.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

As the sun protection category grows, customers expect the same level of packaging innovation they see in other personal care sectors.
by Leah Genuario, Contributing Editor

March 2013

From upscale metallized tubes to small round plastic pots, cosmetic packaging suppliers have helped brands propel lip products to a new status as lifestyle accessories that are as individual as the consumers who are purchasing them.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

October/November 2012

Marketers and suppliers are going to great lengths to give packaging exciting new twists, sure to capture the attention of a brand's customers—and their wallets.
by Marie Redding, Associate Editor

September 2012

Accommodating brand manufacturers looking to centralize their supply base in the local market tops the list of reasons why many beauty industry suppliers choose to run operations in the U.S.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

July/August 2012

Beauty brand Lush relies on UK eco-manufacturer Remarkable to recycle its black polypropylene cosmetic packaging.

June 2012

Despite its longevity as a packaging solution, tube technology continues to flow.
by Leah Genuario, Contributing Editor

April/May 2012

Packaging designers and engineers are capitalizing on opportunities to save materials, cut costs and streamline processes by thinking through the entire supply chain when developing a product and package. Heres a look at current trends and what some leading suppliers are offering beauty brands to help them achieve their goals.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

March 2012

Many brands are taking advantage of the range of benefits offered by an airless package. Choosing airless for the right reasons may benefit your brand significantly.
by Leah Genuario, Contributing Editor

December 2011

Fragrance flankers are a main driver of creative decorative techniques, but other materials are also benefiting from new enhancement technologies.
by Leah Genuario, Contributing Editor

September 2011

The events move to mid-year didnt deter booth traffic and interest.

June 2011

Packaging for color cosmetics must transcend shelf appeal, offering consumers artistic and application benefits.
by Steve Katz, Associate Editor

From advanced materials to expanded decorating techniques, tubes continue to meet beauty brands needs on many levels. Heres a look at some of the markets leading trends.
by Leah Genuario, Contributing Editor

April/May 2011

From Unilever to LOral, Aveda to Lather, beauty brand manufacturers large and small have taken great strides to deliver the sustainable packaging consumers are asking forbut they couldnt do it without the extreme innovation of the industrys packaging providers. Here, we look at some who are blazing the way and why they may inspire others who wish they were as far along on the compliant path to customer loyalty and boardroom approval.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

December 2010

Even simple packages can be transformed into works of art through creative use of decoration.
by Leah Genuario, Contributing Editor

October/November 2010

New trends emerge at the beauty industrys biggest show, as suppliers report high attendee interest.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

A diverse, and in-depth conference program provided attendees with knowledge, tips and inspiration.
by Steve Katz, Associate Editor

September 2010

Research proves consumers love makeup, and as the market grows, so do the packaging innovations.
by Leah Genuario, Contributing Editor

July/August 2010

The three-day event in October will be dedicated to initiatives that lower the environmental and social impact of beauty products and packaging.
by Amarjit Sahota, managing director, Organic Monitor

June 2010

From 1996 through the present, Beauty Packaging has provided cosmetic, fragrance and personal care professionals with relevant product news and packaging information. As BP celebrates its 15th anniversary, it remains the only magazine and online community fully dedicated to packaging for the beauty industry. Following is a brief look, year by year, of a fraction of the many product and packaging introductions that have appeared in the pages of BP over the past 15 years, along with a sprinkling of industry trends, announcements and appointments. Interspersed throughout youll find insight and personal comments on the last decade and a half from leaders of key organizations as well as longstanding suppliers. We hope you enjoy this trip down Beauty Packagings Memory Lane, and we look forward to commemorating your special efforts and announcements in the future.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

April/May 2010

From prestige to mass and masstige, metals weighty form and appealing attributes add both real and perceived value to beauty products.
by Steve Katz, Associate Editor

September 2009

More than 16,000 attendees expected at this year's event will be treated to an extensive variety of educational sessions in addition to a bustling exhibit area.

The pro-environment movement-along with other trends-is significantly impacting color cosmetic packaging in today's marketplace.
by Leah Genuario

July/August 2009

A record crowd and a sold-out show floor lend an increasing sense of optimism to the luxury packaging market.
by Jamie Matusow

May 2009

Somewhere along the way, sustainability lost its earthy-crunchy stigma and became the cost-savings buzzword of the consumer products world, in part, thanks to mega-retailer Wal-Mart. While some niche beauty brands have always followed this eco-friendly route, here's why large corporate boards are now pushing for sustainable measures and how packaging suppliers are innovating with new methods and materials, even in a slow economy.
by Jamie Matusow

John Delfausse of Estee Lauder poses new challenges
by John Delfausse

January / February 2009

The fragrance package is a challenging work of art that must at once capture the essence of the perfumer while providing the consumer with both visual and functional appeal.
by Jennifer Hagemann

Despite the global economic crisis, demand for cosmetics in Asia continues to rise-and impressive sales in Hong Kong lead the way.
by Paula Farquharson

December 2008

Tactile treatments lend sense appeal to Monoco's high-end packaging show.
by Jamie Matusow

The breakup of the Soviet block resulted in the creation of new independent states turning to free markets and gaining access to better personal care.
by Greg Grishchenko

April/May 2008

Beauty brands taking a serious look at sustainability issues should look on the bright side and welcome timely opportunities for innovation and cost reduction. Here, some sound advice and some savvy solutions...
by Jamie Matusow

Due to its recyclable nature, metal is shining brighter than ever with brand marketers all over the world.
by Leah Genuario

November 2007

Its another record year for the biggest trade show in the U.S.
by Jamie Matusow

Color sells products and speaks volumes. Are you using it wisely?
by Christine Esposito

September 2007

Marketers throughout the cosmetic industry rely on unusual yet functional packages for their personal care products.
by Christine Esposito

July / August 2007

A look at innovative sun care packaging found on store shelves this summer.
by Leah Genuario

April / May 2007

Travel and amenity sizes see a boost in popularity due to airline regulations.
by Christine Esposito

March 2007

Gems, jewels, ribbons and bows in luxe packaging catch the eye and add value.
by Ava Caridad

Keeping air out and product integrity in.
by Christine Esposito

December 2006

The latest dispensers combine modern aesthetics with practical functionality.
by Joanna Cosgrove

September 2006

December 2005

Whether its fragrance, cosmetics, skin care or personal care, packaging for limited distribution must reflect the brand and emphasize quality.
by Janet Herlihy

Color cosmetic packaging defines a brand with styles ranging from subtle chic to over-the-top glam.
by Joanna Cosgrove

Dispenser suppliers are pushing the envelope in terms of design and creativity. Following is a look at the latest products offered to the beauty industry.

A trip down memory lane.
by Leah Genuario, Editor

October / November 2005

Innovative containers and sophisticated decoration help convince consumers to 'try it, you'll like it'
by Janet Herlihy

September 2005

A preview of the 13th annual beauty trade show held this month in New York City.

July / August 2005

The third annual induction ceremony honored six packaging executives.
by Janet Herlihy and Leah Genuario

June 2005

Complex forces are driving the beauty industry
by Janet Herlihy

In all sectors of beauty, brand marketers use metal to create packaging that pops
by Leah Genuario

April / May 2005

The en vogue styles are simple with a splash of color for added shelf appeal.
by Joanna Cosgrove

March 2005

The Este Lauder Companies package testing assures that quality standards are followed to contain and deliver every productconsistently.
by Janet Herlihy

January / February 2005

Clever use of decoration can turn standard components into something special.
by Leah Genuario

Suppliers innovate with smart new products and subtle enhancements.
by Janet Herlihy

This years event offers increased space and more exhibitors.

November / December 2004

September / October 2004

The Hot Box Mini Makeup Kit by Urban Decay received the 2004 IPDA Package of the Year award.

A unique educational program helps executives be the best.
by By Janet Herlihy, Editor

Graduate students tackle beauty
by Stephan Kanlian, Contributing Editor

by Gregory Grischenko, Contributing Editor

July / August 2004

This emerging nation offers opportunity for marketers and manufacturers.
by Gregory Grischenko

Health & Beauty 2004 promises more exhibitors, more education for best-ever exhibition and conference.

May / June 2004

Aluminum, zamac, brass and tinplate steel bring unique attributes to beauty packaging.
by Janet Herlihy

Suppliers continue to innovate and enhance ways to deliver small packages.
by Timothy Dowd

March / April 2004

What's hot in beauty: color, shape, materials and technologies.
by Janet Herlihy

January / February 2004

The 2003 Company of the Year: Excellence in Packaging has a long history, a dynamic present and a bright future.
by Janet Herlihy

Valois Doubles Congers Capacity

November / December 2003

A wide range of new types of products demands new types of packaging.
by Janet Herlihy

Reliability, speed-to-market and quality are offered by domestic sources.
by Scott Rusch

September / October 2003

Protection, brand identification and differentiation are all key.
by Janet Herlihy

July / August 2003

Outsourcing is becoming more of a long term strategy.
by Janet Herlihy

Products for the home fragrance category explore different formats.
by Anita Shaw

May / June 2003

Product and package innovation fuel interest and sales.
by Carol Schuler Derrico

Being able to offer marketers a variety of servicesfrom filling and sealing, to shrink-wrapping and packoutis a growing strategy for packaging suppliers.
by Janet Herlihy, Editor

January / February 2003

Improving quality, inventory cost savings and speedy production drive label proliferation
by Andy Teng

Fine fragrance styling varies from traditional to ultra-modern
by Janet Herlihy

Retailer knows how to succeed in beauty by really trying
by Janet Herlihy

November / December 2002

Contract manufacturing and contract packaging exert growing influence
by Janet Herlihy

September / October 2002

Aesthetics, function and enhanced engineering are essentials in packaging for cosmetics for lips,
by Janet Herlihy

Techpack Team Creates Enhance for Marks & Spencer

This specialty store concepta jv from Shiseido and Limited Brands has it all.
by Janet Herlihy, Editor

July / August 2002

Marketers expand offerings for smell-good homes
by Carol Schuler Derrico

Specialty packaging manufacturer offers custom luxe looks and uncommon services.
by Janet Herlihy, Editor

May / June 2002

Airtight cosmetic packaging poses unique challenges.
by Victor Suben, P. E.

by Janet Herlihy, Editor

Cosmetic component suppliers are busy developing new products: near right, a duo-pack from Arrowpack; far right, compacts chosen by Avon from Toly.

by Veronica MacDonald

April 2002

Manufacturing caps and components can be complicated
by Janet Herlihy

Transparent looks increase in color cosmetic packaging
by Ellen Wuagneux

February 2002

With todays advances, everything from simple communication to decoration to compliance and securitythats what
by Janet Herlihy

The Este Lauder Companies have found the secret to longevity
by Janet Herlihy

SeaquistPerfect Dispensing For Simply Organic Hair Care

January 2002

soothing category offers comfort to frazzled consumers
by Janet Herlihy

Este Lauder's Bejeweled Artichoke for the Holidays

by Veronica MacDonald

Fall 2001

indie cosmetics continue to create trends and gain admirers
by Melanie K. Marchie

Home fragrance sales have slowed, but new packaging options may give the market a boost.
by Veronica MacDonald, Associate Editor

Summer 2001

aluminum, tinplate and other metals are becoming more popular
by Melanie K. Marchie

there are no lazy summer days for color cosmetics packaging manufacturers
by Ellen Wuagneux

Spring 2001

Fall 2000

The independent cosmetic category is not only fresh and funky but catching on with a wider audience thanks, in part to radical packaging.
by Veronica MacDonald

News Search Results

17 articles found with the search term 'cosmetic packaging'

VIDEO: NJPEC Honors Cosmetic Packaging Executives

Posted on May 29, 2014 @ 10:36 am

Garnier and Terracycle's Community Garden Winner

Posted on July 16, 2014 @ 09:54 am

Garnier Wins Sustainable Beauty Award

Posted on October 25, 2013 @ 10:13 am

Albea Sells Compact Biz to SussexIM

Posted on September 4, 2013 @ 12:43 pm

Garnier Collects Beauty Waste to Build Garden

Posted on June 14, 2013 @ 07:56 am

Eve Pearl's New COO

Posted on October 17, 2012 @ 08:32 am

Cosmoprof Asia Anticipates Growth

Posted on September 26, 2012 @ 09:02 am

Shiseido's Charitable Causes

Posted on September 24, 2012 @ 09:18 am

Cosmogen Names Business Development Director

Posted on April 26, 2012 @ 09:06 am

Sofadis Name Change

Posted on September 26, 2011 @ 06:46 am

L’Oral's Garnier to Partner With TerraCycle

Posted on April 11, 2011 @ 06:17 am

Alcan Packaging Beauty Sold to Sun Capital

Posted on July 6, 2010 @ 07:43 am

World Wide Packaging Wins ICMAD Award

Posted on June 22, 2010 @ 09:49 am

Rexam to Return to Torrington, CT

Posted on March 24, 2010 @ 08:42 am

World Wide Packaging Partners with Nu-World Beauty for New Tube Technology

Posted on March 22, 2010 @ 09:04 am

New High Glass Introduces Plastics Line

Posted on December 17, 2009 @ 10:54 am

Spotlight on Packaging at HBA

Posted on August 28, 2006 @ 09:30 am