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L’Oréal’s Beauty Squad Is Yet Another Example That Authenticity Pays Off Online

December 12, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A review of how L’Oréal Paris in the UK leveraged relationships with video bloggers underscores the benefit of a shrewd but straight up approach. A few months ago the company worked with five vloggers that combined have 5.5 million views with the aim of working with Kristina Bazaan, the brand’s global digital influencer, to boost the brand and maintain its position as the ‘go-to digital beauty brand.’ Rather than work with one or two vloggers that have wider reach, working with the five members of the Beauty Squad allows L’Oréal Paris to better reach a range of ages and ethnicities. Also, while each vlogger has a smaller base, they are selected for their knowledge and expertise. L’Oréal hopes that by building long-term relationships and seeking honest and comparative reviews it will manage to convince consumers over the long haul.  
"Here’s How L’Oreal Is Gaining Competitive Advantage With Its ‘Beauty Squad’ ", Trefis, December 12, 2016, © Insight Guru Inc.
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