Hispanic women represent the fastest growing beauty market, and while previous generations relied on their mothers for make-up advice, girls are now exposed to a wealth of brands and tips online. With over 2.5 million subscribers, how’s Latina vlogger Nicole Guerriero influencing these beauty buyers?
In 2013, US Hispanic females had a combined spending power of $1.2 trillion. As their roles at home, in society and in business change, this group’s influence is only set to increase. How can brands use language, cultural heritage and sentiment to succeed with these Latinas?
Black women have long been underrepresented by cosmetics brands in terms of product ranges and advertising campaigns. But as the global population becomes more diverse – and as companies recognise the diversity that’s always existed – could the beauty market be set for an overhaul?
The cultural make up of America is changing. Every month for the next two decades, some 50,000 Hispanic-Americans will turn 18. With this group's immense buying power, it's set to provoke major change in the marketplace. Get ready to meet the new wave of American dreamers.