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Amorepacific’s makeup brand Espoir has entered Japanese offline retail channels after making an online debut in April.
South Korean beauty firm AmorePacific has acquired a substantial minority stake in Australian luxury skincare brand Rationale.
South Korean beauty company Amorepacific Group is set to launch the Etude brand in Indonesia.
Stocks of major South Korean cosmetics and duty-free operators traded higher yesterday amid hopes that China may lift its retaliatory economic measures under way for years against Seoul’s decision to deploy a US anti-missile system there. AmorePacific, the country’s largest cosmetics maker, closed at 232,000 won (US$200), up 5.22 per cent from the previous session’s close, after touching as high as 236,000 won, the highest…
South Korean beauty company Amorepacific has revealed a high-tech 3D face-mask printing system called IOPE Tailored 3D Mask at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
South Korean beauty conglomerate Amorepacific has invested in American company Milk Group’s makeup and skincare division Milk Makeup.
An Amore K-beauty store has launched in Singapore in partnership with Lazada, both online and offline.
There’s a new trend capturing South Korean consumers’ attention: shops without stock, focusing on experience rather than instant retail sales. With a growing number of consumers choosing and purchasing products online or on mobile devices, hands-on stores that target such customers are becoming a new marketing trend. Amore Seongsu, which opened in early October as a customer experie…
Several major K-beauty companies were found guilty of misinforming consumers after paying influencers on social networks like Instagram to promote their products. South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission (FTC) ordered seven companies including AmorePacific, LG Household and Health Care and L’Oreal Korea to pay 269 million won (US$228,740) in fines. The K-beauty companies paid influencer…
This year’s most-loved South Korean brands have been named by the Brandstars Selection Committee.
The cosmetics industry is paying close attention to a surge in interest in male makeup – being driven by generation Z.
Kim Jong Un is encouraging beauty-conscious middle-class women to choose North Korean cosmetics over foreign brands as international sanctions deepen.