The beauty supply industry is a fast-growing, lucrative industry that makes a lot of money for retailers like Sephora, which sells beauty supplies like lipsticks and body lotions, but also sells products that don’t exactly match up with beauty trends.
The beauty supply boom is a big one for Sephort, and a big reason why the company is seeing more and more revenue in its Beauty Supply segment.
Sephort is not alone in making this jump, but it is a relatively new one, and it’s one that is taking on a more important role in the beauty supply market.
In a recent article for Business Insider, we wrote about how the beauty industry has become an expensive business for Sepharort.
While Sephorts revenue is growing, so is its share of the overall beauty supply business.
Its share is about one-third of the industry overall, and that growth is partly due to the rise of other online retailers that sell the same products at less cost.
A recent article in Fortune found that Sephirons Beauty Supply business is growing faster than the overall retail industry.
For the third straight year, Beauty Supply is growing at the fastest rate in the world, according to a new report by market research firm, Mintel.
According to the report, Beauty Supplies grew by nearly 25% in 2015, beating the growth rate of the retail industry by a factor of three.
Beauty Supplies revenue was $9.2 billion, up from $8.3 billion in 2014.
And for Sephadors second quarter, Beauty supplies revenue grew by 7.6%, beating the industry’s growth rate by 5.6%.
That’s a big jump, and one that’s helping Sephores revenue grow even faster than it has for the past few years.
However, it’s not the only jump that Beauty Supply has seen.
Other beauty retailers, like L’Oreal, are also seeing an increase in their Beauty Supply revenue, as well as in their share of overall beauty sales.
L’Olivetique, the largest beauty retailer in the U.S., saw its revenue grow by 13.4% in its first quarter of 2016.
That was the largest quarterly increase in the company’s history, which is the first time it has seen growth over that period.
“Our sales growth continues to be driven by strong and growing organic cosmetics and personal care products, as we continue to be committed to creating a superior beauty experience to our customers,” said Nicole St. Germain, L’Oréal beauty and fragrance sales chief, in a statement.
So why does Beauty Supply continue to grow faster than other beauty retailers?
According a report by The Wall Street Journal, Sephorne is still one of the fastest growing beauty brands in the country, but its growth has slowed down since the mid-2000s.
It’s possible that this slow growth has something to do with the fact that Beauty Supplys sales are still in their infancy.
But according to Mintel, Beauty stores are expected to see revenue growth of more than 15% in the next three years.
That growth is expected to come from the companys growing presence in the online and mobile beauty space, as Beauty Supps growth has grown in the same time period.