From Food-Based Beauty Lines to Makeover-Assisting Apps

By: Jana Pijak - Apr 26, 2015
These April 2015 cosmetics trends range from beauty e-consultations to food-based makeup lines that feature no harmful chemicals or added preservatives. The cosmetic industry's recent focus on artistry means that minimalism has been replaced with looks that are more theatrical in their appearance.

While designers are experimenting with textures, masks and artistic motifs on the runway, top fashion publications are also highlighting whimsical makeup applications rather than wearable ones.

On the retail front, affordable makeup brands are also recognizing this artistic market shift and are collaborating on film-inspired beauty lines and electric-hued collections that cater to a niche market.

Growing through convergence, a business pattern discussed in the New York Times Bestseller 'Better & Faster: The Proven Path to Unstoppable Ideas', these April 2015 cosmetics trends prove that reinvention, co-branding and adaptability are all ways that one can succeed in today's fast paced world.