Dinosaur Among The Unicorns: L'Oreal Talks Beauty Tech Innovation At VivaTech 2022
L’Oreal Group’s CEO referred VivaTech 2022 attendees to Yves Saint Laurent Beauty Scent-Sation, an electroencephalography-based headset that reads consumers’ emotional responses to different scent families, as an example of the firm’s beauty tech innovation that is personalizing the consumer experience, matching consumers with products, and distinguishing L’Oreal as a … err … “T-unicorn.”
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