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The Importance of Designing “Feel-Good” Cosmetic Labels
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The Importance of Designing “Feel-Good” Cosmetic Labels

What exactly does it mean to create “feel-good” cosmetic labels? Consider how the self-care concept has grown over the years and the importance of beauty in that regimen. It not only means that customers are seeking products that fit their needs but offer joy through their beautiful design. This Label & Labeling article goes over this cultural shift in more detail. So, in essence, when designing cosmetics labels it’s more important than ever to create packaging that engages and excites in an authentic way.

Social Media Has Impacted The Importance of The Bathroom Aesthetic

The rise of social media has created an influencer dynamic that encourages users to create highly aesthetic and themed content. Crisp, clean white bathrooms are the norm, particularly when showing off a bath bomb that bursts with color. So, consider how you want your label to blend in or stand out. Vibrant colors always stand out against a white backsplash. However, will it make your customers’ social media feed? Then again, does greyscale packaging look bland in photos? Consider that what will be right for some won’t be right for others.

 

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Innovative Labeling Techniques Enhance The Aesthetic of Feel-Good Cosmetic Labels

Engage the senses with haptic labeling techniques. Using foiling, embossing, or even holographic techniques, such as Cast & Cure, create positive, subconscious associations with your brand. Not only do these techniques enhance the features of the label design, but they also create a stunning piece for the overall bathroom aesthetic. For greyscale labels, some gold detailing is one simple way of creating an interesting luxury look.

 

Connect Customers To Information Using Labeling Technology

Another way to enhance the self-care routine for your customers is by linking them to related content. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), QR codes, simple URLs, and even hashtags all offer easy digital connectivity. Then, link customers to entertaining stories they can read in the bathtub, a beauty-related podcast, video tutorials, or community posts. This little touch goes a long way in creating a long-lasting positive impression.

 

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Why Isn’t Packaging a Major E-Commerce Draw?
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Why Isn’t Packaging a Major E-Commerce Draw?

This Packaging Gateway article talks about the lack of an e-commerce draw there is for packaging design. Their piece says:

Less than 25% of the respondents in the survey identified packaging as a major contributor in fuelling online sales, even as 73.5% opined that e-commerce/online shopping is an important medium for brands and products.

However, does this truly mean that there’s no room to make packaging part of the products’ value when shopping online? Short answer, no. When packaging offers no value, this statistic makes sense. So, outperform your competition by thinking outside the box and create labels and packaging that excites. Don’t just throw together something flashy. Consider the needs of your demographics and how packaging also works to offer them solutions.

 

What Constitutes E-Commerce Packaging Appeal?

Online images only show so much of a product. For many products, the packaging isn’t even included. However, if label design isn’t an asset to your product, consider the opportunity available. Afterall, brands that go above and beyond to surprise and delight their customers have the competitive edge.

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Offer More Than The Product’s Value

Don’t create a label that accomplishes the bare minimum. Sure, labels offer value no matter what. However, pushing boundaries are required to surprise and excite shoppers. Labels are often overlooked spaces despite the possibilities of creative problem solving being endless. It’s hard to come up with ways to take your design to the next level, so here are some options.

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Create Beauty in Design With Innovative Labeling Techniques

For some products, the packaging is an exciting part of the product and not simply a protective, informative container. One way to achieve this is through using innovative labeling techniques that shine in the light. There are classic techniques like foiling and embossing or instead try something your competitors aren’t using like the holographic techniques, Motion Coat, and Cast & Cure. When your label is a work of art or makes people want to pick it up, they’ll have yet another reason to buy your products. So, after you incorporate techniques into your design, an e-commerce issue becomes how to best represent the artistry of your labels.

Play With Lighting When Creating Product Photography

Good lighting is everything in product photography. When flatly lighting textural techniques like embossing or tactile coatings they end up looking indistinguishable from the rest of the label. As a result, the unique quality of the design is proven irrelevant. Same goes for any techniques that shine in the light. They need to glisten in product photography so customers know what the product looks like in real life. Not only does it misrepresent your item, but it communicates that an authentic shopping experience isn’t a priority for your brand.

Experiment With Video

Lighting is often still tricky where glare is concerned. So, this is where video steps in to offer better value. Instead of showcasing the product in a single picture, spin it in video form so that customers get a better sense of it as a whole.

Video is also a crucial, popular format to capture shoppers’ attention. More video is consumed online than any other form of media. So use a form that statistically they prefer. This also shows shoppers that your brand puts their needs first and will go above and beyond the competition to provide excellent service.

Unboxing Videos’ Impact

Unboxing videos have been steadily increasing in popularity. It’s no surprise that they highlight the packaging in an honest, unfiltered way, at least when the videos are uploaded by customers. However, not only will your customers share this experience through video, but you should share it as well. When some listings don’t show the label or packaging, this video will make it clear to shoppers what to expect when the item arrives at their doorstep.

Costa Farms Label by Great Lakes LabelOffer Content Value on The Label With Booklet-Style Labels

If consumers don’t find the packaging a major contributor to online sales, then make it so. Offer more value than they get in the grocery store with exclusive e-commerce booklet-style labels. Provide added value through information, translations, or links to digital content. Then, make sure this online special design is promoted through impactful product photography. When customers see that your item goes above and beyond the competition and in-store offerings, they’ll change their mind about the importance of packaging online. In fact, they may find the packaging offers just as much value as the product itself. Afterall, the resources you offer inside helps them use the item.

 

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Great Lakes Label Promotional Holiday Hot Chocolate R&D Design

Link Customers to Added Content Using Labeling Technology

As mentioned above, labels offering linked content also offers value that helps them use the product. So, it enhances your brand perception and makes it more likely that they’ll make a return purchase. There are a few technological options like NFC (Near Field Communication), QR codes, simple URLs, and even hashtags. Yes, hashtags link customers to social media pages with other customer created content. It provides unbiased perspectives and connection.

Why is it Important to Create Authentic and Empathetic Added Value?

Let’s start with the selfish reasoning. When customers better understand how to use your product, see added value in artistic design, or enjoy your blatantly displayed brand values, they’ll buy more. So, while some of these techniques cost money, it earns money too. In fact, it earns loyal customers.

The cold hard fact is that authentic and empathetic value helps your customers which is the point of your business, to begin with.  So, when you give them something your competition isn’t giving them, you’ll be offering genuine care for their needs. As a result, you’ll be helping people live healthier, happier, or easier lives.

 

Learn more about the labeling solutions Great Lakes Label offers.  We offer a variety of inks and coatings that create a label that excites customers. Download our e-book, The Resource Guide To All Things Inks & Coatings.

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Faux Pas of Advertising Products Without Labels
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Faux Pas of Advertising Products Without Labels

Are there advertising faux pas worth avoiding when it comes to displaying the label? Or, for e-commerce, how much of the packaging needs to be shown on the item listing? What do shoppers expect in displaying products, especially food products, in promotional images?

 

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The Best Times to Advertise Products Without Their Labels

For food labels that work to cover up the product itself, it’s unhelpful to use it in product marketing materials. Customers want to see the subway sandwich, not the pull tab label on the wrap. Or, at the very least, the packaging should be displayed alongside the sandwich itself.

 

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When You Need to Show How it Works

For some items, the label is completely irrelevant. Say, tires. Nobody needs to see what the packaging looks like, they just need to see the tires in action on icy roads. How the product works is far more significant than how it looks when it’s initially purchased.

Same goes when the product’s emotional response is a key part of the appeal. For example, how essential is a label for a mascara ad? The product creates such an emotional response that it’s far better to highlight how the lashes look. While it’s helpful to show what the packaging looks like so customers are able to identify it in-store, it’s not fully necessary.

 

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Reasons Why Hiding The Label is a Faux Pas

Often, customers want to be able to easily identify the advertised product when they go shopping. Or, if they order something online, it’s nice to know what to expect. It creates a transparent sense of authenticity.

 

Recognition

Recognition is a huge part of why avoiding label promotion is a faux pas. Customers want to easily find your product online or in-store. So, while branding is communicated through logo incorporation, seeing the packaging itself is the best way to show shoppers what they’re looking for. The packaging also re-enforces branding and brand values, which communicates quite a lot to viewers.

 

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Transparency

As we’ve mentioned, showing the label offers customers a sense of transparency. On the other hand, showing transparent labels shows customers that authenticity is an important part of the brands’ values. Where fresh produce is concerned, it lets customers know that your brand empowers them to make decisions about the quality of the perishable item.

 

No Online Shoppers Want an Underwhelming Surprise

If shoppers have built up your product to be something in their mind (luxurious, handcrafted, or mainstream) they’ll be disappointed if the packaging doesn’t represent that when it arrives in the mail or when they find it in-store. You can’t control the implications of your marketing campaign, but you can at least communicate the essence of your brand by showing your packaging. So, if ordering online, they know exactly what’s coming in the mail.

If your label uses labeling techniques, this also means these techniques need to be on display. So, if the title has foiling over the letters, make sure it glistens in the light. Techniques completely change the feeling of the product overall, so it’s important to communicate clearly.

Also, with e-commerce, a major part of the experience is seeking specific answers about what to expect from the brand. Since shoppers can’t see the item in person, they want to know what to expect when it arrives. So, the packaging is part of that. When e-commerce isn’t an environmentally friendly option, they, at the very least, should have an idea on how much packaging is used. So, for example, if your product boasts sustainability, but the packaging negates that effort, customers will feel set up.

 

The Packaging is Part of the Product’s Appeal

As an example, beauty wipes may want the label shown as peeled open to highlight how to get into the packaging. There’s a more practical aspect to displaying the label. Plus, the packaging is part of the product’s appeal. The label keeps the wipes fresh and moist, so it becomes an important part of the reason why you’d buy the product. If the competition has faulty labels that won’t stick back down after being opened, that’s pretty crucial to the product’s success. So, by showing the label’s seal, it highlights the fact that it’s an important part of the product’s charm.

Michigan Bee Label by Great Lakes LabelThe Label Communicates Information That May Not Otherwise Be Offered

As mentioned, packaging design support branding. Pictures are worth a thousand words, and so is label design. So, it’s important to let it speak for itself when possible.

Plus there are elements of packaging that speaks volumes about the brand. These Michigan Bee labels use security labels (as seen at the back of the lid). So, this tells customers that while it’s a handcrafted product, they also take quality seriously. Each item is not just fresh, but secure. This is an important purchasing factor. So, if the marketing imagery just showed honey poured on toast, it wouldn’t quite communicate why Michigan Bee, specifically, is the ideal brand to buy. Placing the product inside the photograph, or digitally adding it to a bottom corner is a simple way to leave a major impact. It doesn’t take much, but the differences are substaintial.

 

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Should You Reprint a Failed Promotional Label?
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Should You Reprint a Failed Promotional Label?

It there any point to considering a label reprint after an unsuccessful run? When is it time to go back to the drawing board to update the label design, and when is it best to throw in the towel? After all, there’s an opportunity in making updates, but it costs money. It must be done with consideration.

Heineken Label by Great Lakes Label - appropriate for reprintWhy Did it Fail?

First, consider why the promotion failed. If the label design was a major factor, then redesign is possible. If the failure occurred due to the product itself, then a redesign is not going to help the situation. To determine the reasoning, conduct surveyed research or A/B testing.

 

Test to Learn The Success Rate of a Reprint

How does A/B testing help the situation? Determining which design elements sell better makes smarter choices about how to move forward. If the testing is proving that sales aren’t reaching the level you’re looking for at any point in the testing process, the issue could be elsewhere. So, at that point, determining how brand values are expressed in both the product and the packaging design are crucial.

 

Consider a Redesign

What changes will produce a successful response? Is that even an option? For some, the answer is no. However, if there are simple design changes that will make a big difference, the reprint can make up for the lack of previous success. In fact, failures often act as a positive catalyst for examining how to express brand values overall.

Alternatively adding external value with labeling technology or added panels like the booklet-style label changes everything. When introducing added value that delights customers, it automatically increases product desirability. So, the reprint isn’t producing the same label and hoping for different results. It’s going back to the drawing board, considering customer needs, filling that gap, and then reprinting the promotional label.

 

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All About Over-Labeling & Design Solutions
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All About Over-Labeling & Design Solutions

Over-labeling is the process of applying a label overtop of a previously applied label. The back of the top label uses a coating that blocks out the label underneath. As a result, customers only see what’s been applied on top. So, it not only solves outdated labels or labels with errors, but it also creates a professional look.

Over-labeling Great Lakes Label 15How Over-Labeling Provides Cost-Saving Flexibility

Human error is bound to happen. So, it’s great to have a simple solution that corrects typos, errors with graphics, or any other nuisance. No need to remove labels either!

Maybe a top label gets applied to only a portion of the bottom label. Say, a price change occurs. Instead of completely redesigning and re-applying the label, simply apply a small black and white label overtop. So, this solution saves money in reproduction.

Also, apply seasonal labels over evergreen products with ease. Instead of starting from scratch with new packaging, make promotional labels work with what you already have. Even conduct A/B testing with current

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Not Just For Horticulture

This technique may be more typical in horticulture, however, any industry can use over-labeling to its advantage. This technique isn’t an ideal fit for widespread releases, but it does make sense for testing, and for smaller scale adjustments. So, if you’re business is a small business with a single location, or you’re testing a new wine label at the vineyard, save money. Test onsite and make minor corrections instead of paying for a new batch of labels. Remember, this technique also saves time where removing labels and reapplying is concerned. Also, consider how applicators make the process much faster and easier than hand labeling.

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Ensure Your Labels are Photo Ready
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Ensure Your Labels are Photo Ready

As technology improves and social sharing and e-commerce popularize photo ready labels are crucial. Once people take the product home or open up their postal package, the product needs to be ready to be photographed and videotaped. This isn’t studio-grade content, it’s cell phone footage. As a result, you must create an impressive label no matter the display. Since word of mouth is key, so is label presentation.

The Impact of Social Media and E-Commerce

More than ever, people are likely to purchase your item online. So, not only does your label need to appear professional online, it needs to offer quality once the package arrives. Also, shoppers are sharing more and more photos and videos of their purchases online. This includes the YouTube trend of unboxing videos. Your labels need the durability and creativity it takes to look good on camera. After all, word of mouth is an extremely important promotional tool.

 

wetstick label - great lakes label - strong label stocks for photo ready packagingUse Strong Stock to Avoid Rips and Tears in Photo Ready Products

Is your product bound to get wet? Use strong label stock like The WetStick™ which uses such a strong adhesive chemistry that it can even be applied underwater. For luxury products, consider using a luxe wine stock which offers a thicker, and more durable, consistency.

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Highlight Details With Innovative Techniques

Help your products glow in the light. Or, draw attention to significant details with foiling techniques. Foils particularly shine in videos or Instagram’s Boomerang replaying video option. Even in pictures, the attention will go straight to the label when it glistens in the light. Also, consider using metallic stock for labeling stock that shines all over.

 

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Want Your Labels to Astound Customers? Listen to Them.
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Want Your Labels to Astound Customers? Listen to Them.

Listen, it sounds simple, but it also requires a brand to drop the sales pitch. It means the only agenda is to better understand your customers, and how profitable is that? Well, it’s actually very profitable. By creating labels that excite, and provide value, the more sales there will be. As a result of good design, the relationship between the customer and your brand grows.

Subway Snapchat label with pull tab Great Lakes Label - social media link to listen to customersListen to What Shoppers Are Saying on Social Media

First, ensure you’re keeping up with direct messages or comments on your posts. Consider if negative feedback is truly trolling, or if there’s value to be cultivated. Consider going the extra mile by sending the person a survey to dig deeper into their concerns. See if there’s a way their patronage is valuable to your brand while you also consider their concerns in a controlled manner.

Or, direct customers to your pages and hashtags on your label designs. This way, customers know where to post feedback that will be seen. Of course, this requires maintenance. Ensure you respond to posts as well as like them. Also, remember to search for indirect posts by searching your brand name without the @ or relevant hashtags not necessarily promoted by your brand. For example, we might search for #GLL even if we don’t use that hashtag.

A/B Testing Offers Practical Advice

A/B testing is the process of testing design elements and gathering feedback to create more captivating packaging. By gathering this hands-on feedback, the data makes it easier to provide value to customers. Also, it provides the structure that prevents sales pitches and keeps the focus solely on the customer.

 

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Get Your Labels Ready For Summer Conditions
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Get Your Labels Ready For Summer Conditions

Consider the summer conditions your customers will expose your products to. Sun, water, and winds. Winds won’t impact your label unless you need an adhesive upgrade, but consider how customer needs change as the seasons also change.

 

First, consider why customers will expose your products to summer conditions.

For food products, customers will bring them outside to enjoy in their backyards, at picnics, or at the beach. For beauty items, shoppers will be bringing them on vacation in a hotel room, on their campsite, or even leave the items in their car. Other products are likely to be left outside for extended periods of time as well. All industries should consider the impact of customer engagement.

Use Proper Inks

No ink should fade in the sun. The Resource Guide To All Things Inks & Coatings to keep your graphics looking sharp and timeless. It’s a simple consideration that goes a long way.

The WetStick™ Label

If your product will sit by a pool or on the beach, make sure it withstands moisture. The WetStick™ label uses advanced adhesive chemistry so no matter what, your label will last. It’s an invisible upgrade, but one that dramatically improves the customer experience.

Add Some Reflective Shine

Once outside, your labels should shine in the light. Enhance your label’s features with foiling, and use MiraFoil specifically for intricate details. It creates a haptic experience which creates subconscious, positive associations, even nostalgic associations. For example, If your label features water elements, add foil to mimic the reflecting aspect of water. It may just mentally bring your customer back to the pool.

 

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Does Good Label Design Build Trust?
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Does Good Label Design Build Trust?

Trust is everything for shoppers. We’ve all seen knock-off brands replications, and we’ve never anticipated them to be as good as the original. No, you get what you pay for. So, how do you build a label design to look trustworthy? Keep it professional.

 

Trust Builds When There’s Authenticity

A major reason why those knock-off brands don’t shout “THIS IS A QUALITY PRODUCT” is because of the inauthentic approach to marketing the brand. If their business model has the appearance of a scam, customers remain on guard. Coincidences happen, but when developing a new design, consider what makes your business and this particular product unique from any other. Instead of focussing on what your competition is doing, focus on what your product is doing to enhance customers’ lives. Then, communicate that. This is the main reason why color management is so important.

moya wine label - wine traders - great lakes label - sustainable label stock that builds trust in brand vlauesKeep Bran Values Clear

So, what sets you apart? Is your product all natural, cruelty-free, or high-quality? How can your label then re-enforce that value? If your product is sustainably made, use sustainable label stock. If your product is handcrafted, create a label that represents the care that went into making each and every item on-shelf.

Wine Traders' Labels - Moya Bordeaux, Gaby, Gaby Cuvee, DuParkAccentuate With Innovative Techniques

No matter what you want to convey, go the extra mile by adding innovative labeling techniques. Logos that shine in the light with foil, or graphic details that pop due to embossing stand out in a way unprofessional labels don’t. It communicates to customers that you take your brand seriously. More importantly, that you take their patronage seriously. Again, it focusses on the unique qualities you have to offer and creates a stand-alone look.

 

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Get Inspired: Spatially Satisfying
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Get Inspired: Spatially Satisfying

Spatially satisfying labels take advantage of the available space to do something pleasant to look at. These label designs don’t get lost in minimalism and they also don’t pack graphics and text in together. They even use unique shapes to enhance the shapes within the shape.

Ybá's spatially satisfying Drink Label Designed By Chá Gelado
Ybá’s By Chá Gelado

Ybá’s Spatially Satisfying Drink Label Designed By Chá Gelado

There’s so much fantastic use of shape and space with this label. The repetition of the slanted lines compliments the herringbone style design and the lower left whitespace. Even the slanted nature of the fruit graphics create a cohesive balance. Plus, the lines draw the viewers’ eyes all over the label, taking in each detail.

 

Local Brewing Co. Beer Label Designed By Mark John Mangayayam
Local Brewing Co. By Mark John Mangayayam

Local Brewing Co. Beer Packaging Designed By Mark John Mangayayam

This beer label beautifully breaks the mold by finding the balance between bold and soft features. The title bursting out of the box is a fantastic example to focus attention on. The lines are soft and fluid while the shadow is angular and deep. This design uses the standard label shape and adds dimension solely with unique graphics.

 

Sommer House Granola Label Designed by Project M+
Sommer House by Project M+

Sommer House Granola Label Designed by Project M+

Unlike the previous two designs, this label uses more traditional lines but creates something beautiful and balanced from them. Even the foiled title draws the eyes down from the crisp, white graphic leaves on top. The flow of the lines in the leaves gets balanced by the angular serif fonts. This label is so timeless that it fits into any setting.  It also makes for easy replication and adaptation for other products in the line.

 

Learn how to use marketing strategies to create labels that will delight customers! Download our e-book, The Marketing Guide here.

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