Professional Hair Care Market

Date: 2016-05

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the Global Professional Hair Care Market and primarily focusing on market size, growth, key changes, challenges, and business viability. The study is global in scope and is focused on the following major geographic regions:

Asia: Japan, Vietnam, China, India, Malaysia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan and Indonesia
North America : The United States, Mexico, and Canada
South America : Colombia and Brazil
Europe : Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden , Switzerland and United Kingdom
Oceania : Australia and New Zealand
Rest of the World: Saudi Arabia and South Africa.
The professional hair care market is in the range of $xx billion – xx billion in 2012, growing by 2.5% from the previous year. Europe, of all the geographies, stood at the top with regards to the share of global sales. Of all the categories, hair coloring is the leading category in terms of sales, accounting for around 40% of the global market sales. One of the major growth factors in this market has been oils. Since the launch of Morrocanoil, oil segment has witnessed enormous growth and has driven performance of the overall market. Another factor for growth could be heavy promotional activities in terms of TV ads, value packages and gifts of purchases especially in the take-home segment in hair styling , shampoos and conditioners has driven growth in many parts of the world. The global professional hair care market sales are expected to increase at a CAGR of around 4.5% till 2018.

The report encompasses the manufacturers’ and distributors’ sales data for the professional hair care market in several key markets across the globe.

The written report shall include figures, charts and trends related to the professional hair care product.

The study specially focuses on consumable hair care products sold for back-bar (as described below) and take-home (as described below) purposes. Additionally, this report covers all channels where salon hair care brands are sold. The report also includes the sale of products through other channels, including beauty supply stores, mass merchandisers, food stores, drug stores, cosmetic specialty stores, warehouse clubs, other mass outlets, and the Internet. These channels are described in detail under the section Distribution Channel – By Type , wherein the various modes of distribution of salon products viz., direct, professional distributors, internet and mobile hairdresseses and other illegal modes of distribution have been taken into account.

The study also includes competitive landscape at three levels: manufacturers, distributors and salons. At the manufacturer level, the study provides a comprehensive analysis of performance of top players, including their entry strategies by product category types.

Salon Services: These are defined as products used by stylists on consumers for services performed in the salon.
Salon Retail: Salon Retail products, which are also known as take-home, are defined as those professional hair products that are sold through professional salons and other retail outlets to consumers for use at home.

Contact With Us
Join templatemonster at google+
Customized Research
Request Sample