Revlon Professional owns and markets numerous brands across Australia. As the company has grown, made acquisitions, and developed new brands, their voice became confused and lacked a cohesive strategy.
Their existing product information was a piecemeal network communicated across many different websites and print materials. Being disjointed in both location and visual style, this information made it very difficult for the public to perceive the full scope of the company.
Revlon Professional came to us in the hopes we could assist in repositioning them, and provide a clear and concise voice across their most important marketing tool.
We needed to paint a complete picture of Revlon Professional which was concise, unified, and easy to understand.
The brand portfolio we were tasked with creating is Revlon Professional’s single most important marketing touchpoint. It connects with salons, is used as a tool by representatives, and has a very long shelf life.
Working closely with the Marketing Director, we developed a modern engaging concept for the book that would best capture the attention of stylists and salon owners.
We researched the written information available and rewrote all content from the ground up creating a user driven hierarchy that provided clarity across all the brands. This industry is very visual but also driven by solid product information. By stripping back the content and reducing its focus on less relevant technical specifications, we were able to let each brand shine through.
It was important that consumers understood the deep and rich history of the brand. By emphasising real people and real stories, the audience are better able to connect with Revlon Professional in a more personal and authentic way.
With all information now accessible all in one place, the portfolio gives Revlon Professional a stronger, more cohesive image. The concise voice of the rewritten content establishes clear connections between the brand, the products, the people that use them, and the benefits to both salons and their clients.
“Litterini Clark understood from the outset what the problem was and created a seamless design that took the complex structure of our many brands and made them flow in cohesive and logical fashion. They deliver exceptional ideas and solve problems, we look forward to working with them in the future.”
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