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Instagram Case Study: How Maybelline Got Nearly 3.6 Million Likes During New York Fashion Week
Social media influencers have overthrown the beauty industry. Gone are the once-coveted celebrities and senior makeup artists. In are the social media stars with followings in the millions and content that spans for hours. Nonetheless, while there is an undeniable movement towards social media influencers as brand ambassadors and promoters, tension is still evident between the makeup industry’s traditions and the social media industry’s revolution (New York Times).
One brand in particular, Maybelline, has boldly thrust these two components together. Not only did Maybelline’s 2016 Fashion Week marketing campaigns capture audiences throughout social media, they also successfully encapsulated a seamless integration of influencers into a traditionally rigid and hierarchical industry. In our influencer marketing case study series, we go over Maybelline’s Instagram Fashion Week campaigns and break it down by brand goals, marketing approach, and results.
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