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14 Apr

Launchmetrics’ Top 10 Beauty Brands by Media Impact Value

Data from Launchmetrics demonstrates that with regards to media impact value, China and the U.S. are the highest markets driving value for prestige beauty brands, who’re maximizing their gains within the regions namely via increasingly fine-tuned influencer strategies.

“With China’s loosening of restrictions and the woke up economy, the region is attracting brands to reconnect with their aspirationally driven audiences, thus motivating [brands] to diversify their ambassador portfolios,” said Launchmetrics’ chief marketing officer, Alison Bringé.

Launchmetrics’ MIV scoring system assesses the impact of a brand’s relevant media placements across channels, inclusive of paid, owned and earned mediums. While celebrity voices are indeed becoming less influential in propelling brand MIV scores, there have been a number of exceptions to the trend in February.

For instance, Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty generated greater than $19 million in MIV the day after the star took to the Super Bowl stage for her halftime performance, while a Chanel Beauty-sponsored Instagram post by Korean actor Lee Jae-Wook totaled $767,000 in MIV, garnering greater than 1.5 million likes.

Here, the highest 10 brands by MIV in February.

  1. Fenty Beauty
  2. Dior Beauty
  3. L’Oréal Paris
  4. Lancôme
  5. MAC Cosmetics
  6. Charlotte Tilbury
  7. Armani Beauty
  8. Chanel Beauty
  9. Nars Cosmetics
  10. Estée Lauder

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