The Beauty Debate 2012
The Beauty Debate
P&G Beauty & Grooming (P&G B&G), one of the leading lights in the industry is back once again with its annual visionary Beauty Debate event. Established in 2008, the Beauty Debate is P&G B&G's annual symposium bringing together the company's leading scientists and lifestyle trend experts with top minds in the industry to discuss the beauty vision for the future.
In Asia, this highly-anticipated industry event has been held in some of the most iconic cities, including Kerala (India), Bali (Indonesia) and Beijing (China).
This Spring/Summer, four trends - Visible Aura, Sand Dunes, Beauty Graffiti, and Tango - were revealed at the Beauty Debate, each with its own distinct mood and personality.
- Visible aura - This trend involves the use of lighter shades, and styles such as straight or wavy, angelic curls to project an ethereal image.
- Sand dunes - It uses a palette that is soft and light with a warm glow. Slightly darker tones are also incorporated to give a natural contrast to the hair so that it looks luxuriously natural.
- Beauty graffiti - A tousled hair style that looks naturally gorgeous but at the same time, has a laid-back festival feel to it.
- Tango - Tango manifests in high drama and precisely groomed updos to enhance strong facial features by using a darker, bolder palette with emphasis on shades with aubergine accents. This style is both graphic and feminine at the same time.
For an overview of the latest product innovations introduced at 'The Beauty Debate', click next.