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A Brand Analysis: M.A.C Cosmetics
Transcript of A Brand Analysis: M.A.C Cosmetics
M.A.C and Social Responsibility
In Social Media
"Vogue, MAC Cosmetics throw star-studded fete for Prabal Gurung"
"Rihanna makeup collection for MAC debuts"
Strong Following on Facebook and Youtube
By: Laura, Chara, Stephannie, Lama, and Lexi
Viva Glam and Aids Fund are
the heart and soul of M.A.C.
"All Ages, All Races, All Sexes."
Mac Consistently recieves support from many celebrities
Behavouristics and Psychographics
What drives the customer to make this purchase?
What are the benefits? Usage rate? Does it come with a status? How loyal are customers?
Strengths: Strong Brand Image
Weaknesses: High price for average person
Oppourtunites: Social Media
Threats: Companies with strong social
Collaborations and Competition
A Brief History
Established in Toronto by Frank Toskan and Frank Angelo
1995 Estee Lauder bought a portion of MAC, completely purchased them in 1998
Collaborating with other well known companies allows MAC to use them as a source of inspiration for new cosmetic lines, and also gives them the ability to use their image to attract customers
Major collaborators for MAC include the Hello Kitty colour collection/ Kitty Couture, the Disney Venomous Villians collection and the DC comic's Wonder Woman line.
Some collaborations bring attention to the lack of knowledge about the partner company and help to support them by promoting them through makeup eg. Alice + Olivia, Fafi
Cheaper drug store brands threaten more pricey products because of the increasing desire for more cost efficient makeup
"MAC cosmetics was reveiled as the runway leader, dominating the colour cosmetics sector... it [MAC] has a highly targeted content strategy that is fulfilling the needs of consumers"
MAC competes with brands both within Estee Lauder (smashbox, bobbi brown) and separate companies like makeup forever, Nars, and Benifit