Hair Care Market in India Forecast to 2020 – Incredible 3D Technique for Hair Coloring – Research and Markets

Due to climatic aggression in India, people are coming up with the hair problems like thinning hair, loss of hair volume, dandruff, and graying hair at an early age. Stress and working pressures also leads to hair problems. With a growing income rate of middle class, the hair care market in India is going through a major paradigm shift. With consumers ready to experiment with new products and services, and marketers churning out new products at an impressive rate, there is a sense of excitement in the industry.

The recent market research report, Hair Care Market in India Forecast to 2020, depicts the current and future scenario of all the segments in Indian hair care industry. A detailed in-depth analysis of the Indian hair care market by segments and by regions is covered in the report, in accordance to which high demand will come from Northern region.

The increasing affluence among the young and changing lifestyles are driving the demand for the emerging hair care segment. Anti-dandruff shampoos and conditioners; hair fall therapies; products for shine, strength and length; and anti-ageing hair care products are few variants that are fuelling the Indian hair care market.

Extensive research and analysis also revealed that the share of hair care market is maximum in the cosmetic industry, with hair oil being the dominant segment as there is a surge in the Indian market with the variants in the segment like perfume oil, light oil, and many more. In future, although hair oil is expected to remain the leading market, but hair color will attain the fastest growth rate in the segment.

Further, to provide a balanced outlook of the Indian hair care market to our clients, the report includes summary of major players’ contribution in the industry along with their business descriptions, SWOT analysis and recent developments in the market.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Analyst View

2. Research Methodology

3. Indian Hair care Market

4. Hair Care Market Outlook 2020

5. Emerging Market Trends

6. Competitive Landscape

– Dabur India Limited

– Emami Limited

– Godrej

– Himalaya

– Hindustan Unilever Limited

– ITC

– L’Oreal SA

– Marico Limited

– Procter & Gamble

– Revlon India

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nc8bzs/hair_care_market

The 13 Best Hair Tips You’ll Ever Read

Squeeze-dry your hair

Prevent frizz by using a paper towel to gently wring water from your strands post-shower, suggests Adir Abergel, Fekkai celebrity stylist. “The paper won’t create as much friction as a towel, so your hair ends up less frizzy. It also absorbs more water than a cloth towel, really speeding up your drying time,” he explains.

Slip-proof your updo

Spray dry shampoo on a bobby pin before sliding it into an updo, suggests Mark Townsend, a consultant for Dove Haircare and a Los Angeles–based stylist with many A-list clients. The spray’s powdery texture gives the pin extra grip, which keeps it from sliding out. Try Dove’s Refresh+Care Invigorating Dry Shampoo ($4; drugstores).

Tend to your scalp, not just your strands

If your hair is misbehaving, maybe the problem is product buildup on your scalp—something clarifying shampoo won’t sufficiently cleanse. The result? Clogged hair follicles, weakened strands and possibly slowed hair growth. To get rid of that grime, Kyle White, a senior colorist at the Oscar Blandi Salon in Manhattan, swears by oldie but goody Sea Breeze Astringent ($5; drugstores). Apply to your scalp once a week with a cotton ball, then shampoo as usual.

Shield your locks from harsh shower water

The water you wash your hair with may contain chlorine, minerals, even rust from old pipes,” says White. “All these things can enter the cuticle of your hair and alter your hair color.” To minimize discoloration, he suggests investing in an Aquasana Shower Filter.

Wash before you color

It’s a myth that unwashed hair takes dye better than squeaky-clean strands, says Jennifer J, an L.A.-based colorist who has tinted Julia Roberts’s tresses. In fact, your colorist needs to see your actual color in order to determine the most flattering hue for you (and product buildup can make your mane look darker). So before your next appointment, suds up.

Never tell your stylist you want “bangs”

This seemingly straightforward word can be interpreted lots of different ways, says Kevin Mancuso, a celebrity stylist and the creative director of Nexxus. Say “bangs” and some stylists imagine Goldie Hawn’s eyelash skimmers. Others see Mia Farrow’s wisps in Rosemary’s Baby. Don’t find out the hard way that you and your stylist have different visions. The surest way to be on the same page? Come prepared with a photo from a magazine or an image bookmarked on your iPad. Do the same if you’re contemplating a new hair shade. Color company Aloxxi has even created a look book (available at salons that carry the line) filled with hair swatches so colorists and their clients can finally speak the same language.

Turn up the heat on volumizing stylers

“Many volume-enhancing products are heat activated,” says Susanna Romano, co-owner of Salon AKS in New York City. So combing or scrunching them in, then letting your hair air-dry will not make the most of their lifting effects. A better bet (even if you don’t blow-dry your whole head) is to aim warm air at your roots, activating the stylers and giving your hair the oomph you desire.

Take care not to over-Atkins your hair

“A deep protein treatment or conditioner [often billed as strengthening on the label] helps reinforce weak hair, but you really only need to apply it every two months,” says Rita Hazan, owner of an eponymous salon in Manhattan (and the color guru behind Uma Thurman’s golden hue). Using protein on the hair more often than that may cause build-up that she says can “strangle” the hair, leaving it dry and brittle. One strengthener we like: Fekkai PrX Reparatives Intensive Fortifying Mask.

Use a toothbrush to fake fuller hair

Never smooth the roots of fine or thin hair while blow-drying, says Mancuso. “This causes the hair as a whole to collapse and flatten,” he explains. Instead, tousle the hair from root to crown with your fingertips as you blow-dry. Then, when your strands are dry, give the roots extra lift by back-combing their undersides with a clean, dry toothbrush. Rather than tearing at hair like a comb, the soft bristles will grip and rough up strands just enough to maintain lift.

Steam-curl your spirals

To create soft, old-Hollywood waves, most professional stylists use a large-barreled curling iron. But those irons are hard to wield effectively (not to mention safely) at home. What to do? Caruso steam rollers ($38–$50; drugstores) create big, bouncy Ava Gardner undulations, says Abergel. Even better, they won’t singe your skin.

Prevent roof poof

The sexiest tousled looks today (think Gisele Bündchen or Sarah Jessica Parker) are straighter at the roots, with waves that don’t begin until the temples. To achieve this, Abergel suggests you channel Roger Federer: Don a terry cloth headband over damp strands; then, as the hair air-dries, the band will pull it straighter root to ear.

Treat your hair with moist air

We usually think of humidity as hair’s archenemy, but parching-dryness is worse. If you regularly experience dry air—from either working in a building that pumps it in (cool or hot) or living in that kind of climate—your hair will become parched, says Christopher Cilione, a colorist at the Oscar Blandi Salon. Moisturizing hair products help, he says, but not as much as regularly running a humidifier.

Flatten flyaways fast

Stylists have a dozen tricks to flatten stubborn flyaways. Here, our favorites: Pat them down with a fabric softener sheet, says Richard Marin, Remington’s consulting stylist. Apply lotion to your hands, then, while your palms are tacky, smooth the strands, says Jeffrey Paul, a celebrity stylist. Coax them south by combing them with John Frieda Full Repair Flyaway Tamer ($10; drugstores), says Simone Mangano, a colorist at the Serge Normant Salon in Manhattan.

7 Tips and Tricks for Hairstyling

I get asked a lot of questions about hair but probably the most frequent one is how my clients can style hair the same way I style it. After having a few styling lessons, here’s what I have figured out:

1. Move slower. A lot of times hair is something that people really care about, but they don’t spend enough time on it. And it’s okay to spend time on your hair. Adding 10 more minutes into your morning can make a world of difference.
2. When flat ironing, or curling your hair, slowly glide the tool through your hair at an even speed. Racing the flat iron over a section, large or small, will be completely ineffective.
3. Don’t be afraid to get right down to the roots. Nothing screams amateur quite like flat hair at the roots, and volume at the ends. Yes, round brushing helps that, but sometimes all you need is to inch that flat iron just a little closer to your scalp for lift!
4. Do not be afraid of hair products. Use them! Generously! When I’m showing a client just how much root lifter, or hair spray, or straightening serum to use, they are usually surprised. If you are going to pay for good hair products, you deserve good hair. Use the products!
5. There is no such thing as a cute “wash and go” style. It will usually always look like crap in about an hour. Just go ahead and decide that you have to do something to your hair if you care about how it looks.
6. The reason Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon’s hair always looks great 1/2 up or in a ponytail is because they began with well styled hair. If you style your hair as if you are going to wear it down, put some hairspray or finished products in it, andthen pull it back, it will style much easier. It’ll have more bounce. It’ll have more “grip” with the Bobby pins and ponytail holder.
7. Blowdry upside down and finish will a “cool shot” of air all over. Easy way to get lots of volume.

Creme of Nature Introduces nature-inspired hair care

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Leading hair care brand Creme of Nature is inviting consumers to experience “nourishing and strengthening hair products infused with high-quality, natural ingredients.”

The new Creme of Nature Certified Natural Ingredients hair care collections include shampoos, conditioners, leave-in conditioners and a treatment masque that cater to all hair types using certified natural ingredients.

“More than ever, we are working hard to improve our formulas and deliver products that our consumers can rely on using the best quality natural ingredients available,” stated Teneya Gholston, Creme of Nature Director of Marketing. “We aim to provide both new and existing customers with top quality, innovative ingredients in all of our products and are proud of the formulations of the new Creme of Nature Certified Natural Ingredients. Not only will these new products moisturize the hair, but they will also give the hair a fresh, fruity and tropical fragrance. It will be like falling in love with Creme of Nature all over again.”

The Creme of Nature Certified Natural Ingredients hair care line includes:

  • Coconut Milk, infused with certified natural coconut oil to soften and improve manageability. Creme of Nature® Detangling and Conditioning Shampoo with Coconut Milk is infused with certified natural coconut oil to nourish and cleanse hair while detangling and adding moisture. ($4.99; 12 oz.). Creme of Nature Detangling and Conditioning Conditioner with Coconut Milk is a creamy detangling conditioner that nourishes hair while imparting shine. ($4.99; 12 oz.). Creme of Nature® Coconut Milk Leave-In can be used on damp hair to soften, detangle, and condition hair while protecting against damage. ($4.49; 8.45 oz.)
  • Mango & Shea Butter, infused with certified natural mango, which conditions and protects while certified natural shea butter moisturizes and softens. Creme of Nature Ultra-Moisturizing Shampoo with Mango and Shea Butter gently cleanses and conditions, while infusing dehydrated hair with moisture. ($4.99; 12 oz.). Creme of Nature Ultra-Moisturizing Conditioner with Mango and Shea Butter is infused with certified natural mango and shea butter to condition and nourish hair. ($4.99; 12 oz.). Mango & Shea Butter Leave-In Conditioner is enriched with certified natural mango and shea butter to instantly soften, detangle, and condition. ($4.49; 8.45 oz.).
  • Acai Berry & Keratin for strengthening. Keratin aids in hair repair while certified natural acai berries help prevent damage. Creme of Nature Strengthening Shampoo with Acai Berry & Keratin is infused with certified natural acai berries plus keratin to gently cleanse and aid in hair repair to strengthen and smooth dry or damaged hair. ($4.99; 12 oz.). Creme of Nature Strengthening Hair Masque with Acai Berry & Keratin was designed to revitalize dry, damaged hair using certified natural acai berries plus keratin to repair, strengthen and smooth thirsty hair. ($1.79; 1.75 oz.).