In the short term, Coresight Research shows that now is the time for beauty companies to begin investing in talent to lead their metaverse charge and to teach internal teams about the platform and other emerging Web 3.0 technologies. It’s important, they advise, that brands do not fall behind in capturing this opportunity.

The report, created exclusively for CEW Members, dives into several segments to help beauty brands understand this new retail and consumer engagement platform. Topics include advertising in the metaverse, creating immersive experiences, the importance of avatars in the metaverse, and the next generation of NFTs.

Build Advertising Campaigns in Virtual Worlds

In the metaverse, advertisers can create entertaining and engaging content targeted at a particular community. As the technologies powering these advertisements continue to strengthen, customers are much more likely to engage with—and share—metaverse-based ads.

Craft Immersive Experiences for Consumers

Beauty brands looking to create engaging, immersive experiences can partner with virtual store platforms to create virtual re-creations of real-world stores, digital storerooms, and virtual experiences unattainable in the physical world.

Create Virtual Idols

In addition to digital adverts and experiences, beauty brands can create computer-generated avatars to promote their brands and products. Charlotte Tilbury is one of the most recent to do this.

Release NFT Collections and Digital Twins

Brands are tying NFTs to a twin physical product at no additional cost to the consumer. Tokens and gift-with-purchase (GWP) options are also helping expand brand reach.

Download this co-branded report to access information on how to build your beauty brand in the metaverse.

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