Impact Colors Predicts 2015 and Beyond Color Trends

Sep 5, 2013 | Contact Author | By: Katie Anderson
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Title: Impact Colors Predicts 2015 and Beyond Color Trends
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Impact Colors introduced Color Trends 2015+, an online presentation of color and color effects in the personal care industry for 2015 and beyond. Color Trends 2015+ frames the future in five themes: Brilliance, Two-tones, Multicolors, Faux Nature and Men.

“The new themes are all about effects in color, texture and packaging,” said Doug Thornley, president of Impact Colors Inc. “To produce Color Trends, we gleaned ideas from around the world, using Impact Colors technologically advanced line to create a glamorous palette of twenty unique shades matched to exciting application ideas for traditional and new markets. The trend is all about combinations, with that extra special effect that makes a product pop and set a trend.”

For the first time, Color Trends 2015+ is entirely available online. Interested companies may contact Impact Colors at info@impactcolorsinc.com for more information or to request access to the presentation via an exclusive website, which can be accessible from computer or tablet with a personal login. A sample kit of 20 unique mixtures of Impact Colors effect pigments is also available to accompany the presentation.

“Our objective with Color Trends is to inspire ideas that will create new markets and revenue-producing products for our customers,” said Thornley “The .presentation and its accompanying sample set offer an exciting window into future possibilities for our clients’ entire product development team. For innovative chemists and formulators, Color Trends can be the jumping off point for inspired experimentation and originality. You have only to go back and review previous Color Trends presentations to recognize how many of our predictions appeared on runways and in the fashion press.”

An expanded report, detailing the themes, is available from C&T sister publication GCI.