In 2019 Schwarzkopf launched the new packaging design for their global brand Schauma. The trusted hair care brand has a history of over 80 years and is traditionally providing hair strength and care for the entire family. In 2019 the brand got a new face, developed with baries design.
– Rejuvenate to a modern, eye-catching and lovable brand
– Revitalize the traditionally natural concept by stressing natural ingredients, vegan formulas & vitality
– Refine to be more emotional and family-oriented
– Differentiate family member‘s in packaging design (women, men, teens & kids)
– Unify global portfolio of almost 100 SKU‘s but stay colorful
– Strengthen brand impact and enhance flow of information on packaging label
The “vegan formulas“ icon is key element to convey the natural concept to the thoughtful user.
Key of the packaging design relaunch is the complete reorganization of the label, which primarily means the innovation of the circle and transformation into the centered design. This design step conveys a more emotional appeal and clusters the label information.
On top, the circles pop out with colored refinements.
To keep the brand‘s high recognition value, we kept the traditional model on top. Still, we set a highlight with the new model, that catches attention with her vital, natural smile and hair. Not only is the label reorganized, but we also unified the portfolio by switching individual bottle and cap colors for harmonized look.
Every SKU‘s got it‘s own new, natural ingredient icon to stress the naturalness. In addition, we stressed the natural concept with the „vegan“ icon, that was developed for the Schauma shampoos. Even the sticker on top supports with it‘s unconventional shape, that fits the bottle naturally.
Before and after comparison of the Schauma packaging design
In 2019 Schwarzkopf released the new hair coloration brand „Only Love“.
– Create the first Peace & Love Color: Good vibes formula & intense color for bold colors to believe in
– Address the young and diverse target group with expressive, fun & self-confident design – Be bold and revolutionary
For Only Love we designed an eye-catching coloration, that is „free – from“ but pops out between the usual ecological packaging. Through the combination of recycling paper carton box with bold, fun colors we created a revolutionary brand for the retail coloration shelf. The journey started with analyzing carton box colors, discussing the „no-model“-approach and working with playful, bold typography. Consumers are seeking for gentleness and trendy intensity. Only Love is both, technologically and design-wise a „hair-volution“.
Fa packaging design relaunch 2018, created by Baries.
Finally in 2017 Schwarzkopf announced the FA brand relaunch 2018.
The challenge: Relaunching the extensive portfolio of the number 2 brand in Henkel body care, that is sold in 78 countries.
– Differentiate extensive FA portfolio
-“From a trade brand to a love brand“ – strengthen brand uniqueness
– strenghten brand mission and character: “The explorer“
– Address “lighthearted experience seeker“
– Realize trendy & modern refreshment
– Give brand a more premium appeal
– Intensify scented sensoriality – “FA feels fantastic“
For FA we developed a new overall packaging design concept. Communicating the power of fragrance by strong and emotional surrounding stories. The stories are told within different pillars such as “Yoghurt“, “Cream&Oil“, “Oriental Moments“ and more. The different pillars are visually cluttered by geometric shapes.
“Cream&Oil” designs are focusing on sensoriality and premiumness by soft shapes and golden refinements. FA Moments is the trendy line of experimental and powerful fragrances, expressing the new motto “live the moment!“. And there are more pillars to explore!
Before and after comparison of the Fa packaging design
In 2018 Schwarzkopf brand Palette launched the new „Naturals Color Creme“ packaging design, created by Baries.
Rise to a strong autonomous subbrand under Schwarzkopf Palette.
Focusing the natural color result and natural, caring ingredients.
Free interpretation of claim box and ingredient visualisation.
Palette and Baries have been connected throughout many years of collaboration. In 2018 we got the exciting challenge to go the next big step with our well known brand for the Palette Natural Color Creme packaging design relaunch 2018.
The new design creates a central round shape along with the new logo which gives the packaging a new individual branding. Keeping the historic green color code, we stressed the natural impact by implementing natural lightening and textures. We put a new focus on the natural ingredients and moved from the classic drop to modern, food inspired ingredient visualisations. Hereby we developed an extended color coding that fits the hair colors and therefore creates a strong brand block and shelf impact.
The new brand name got a modern and technological font with natural look & feel.
Palette naturals got a new face and personality.
We aimed for more natural and approachable models, with naturally flowing hair and diverse attitudes.
Palette Naturals in the web: click here
We are happy to introduce a new packaging design by Baries Design.
The label design of this french cuveé wine was created in collaboration with Pieroth Wine Company. The range includes 10 wines of different couleurs. An approachable, modern and likeable brand image should be communicated, beyond the conventional rigor of classic “chateau” wines.
A certain french mediterranean lightness combined with a kind of belle epoque feeling should create an visually inviting and re-experienceable approach.
We created situations, characters and moods that communicate the character of the wine itself. Even more they stimulate an aesthetic desire to try. The successful union of lightness and value.
L´air du temps in the web: click here
We created the elegant and modern Linique Wines label design for Pieroth Wine Company.
The unique wine line convinces with its feminine and fashionable style. Three wines are entitled as “Charm“, “Chic“ and “Glam“.
The designated elegant titles are translated into sophisticated leather textures. The white “Cuvée Charm“ appears classy and delicately in white croco leather, whereas the red “Cuvée Chic“ performs in a bold and elegant ray leather look. Our third — the rosé “Cuveé Glam” has an extroverted and strong but still glamorous effect.
Linique shows us how powerful texture can be used in design to create moods even in subtile nuances.
Linique wine online: Click here
The label design should consciously break with traditional wine labels.
It should show the kangaroo as the national symbol of Australia in an independent way.
Tattoos represent a young and rebellious lifestyle. The new wine name “Roo Tattoo” is a phonetically memorable use (“Roo” is Australian slang for “Kangaroo”).
It was important to ensure that the kangaroo does not look lovely or even cute, but wild and original. This could be abstracted and any style parallels with known brands or representants of Australia should be avoided.
The design language should be rough and unpolished like the australian outback.
The wine itself: Red wine (Shiraz / Cabernet) with a typical high alcohol content for australian wines. Ideally, the wine is not too finely grained, but retains a touch of something raw originality.
Its a cool australian red wine for young men to explore a new target group for the customer. Its a red wine for tough young men who like tattoos, rock music and an independent lifestyle. In this context the label design and black structured paper generates a new look and feel of a mainly masculine red wine.
Creative Agency: B.aries Design GmbH
Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
Client: Pieroth Wine Company
Packaging Contents: Red wine
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass bottle
Printing Process: Screen-printing, Foil stamping, Embossed structured black paper
“GoGreen”, Re-/Upcycling, sustainability etc. are the trending topics and have reached, among others, the world of architecture, industrial and packaging design. Execution often falls back on natural color schemes and thanks to Pantone we now have an exactly defined helper to communicate our visions. It is called 15-0343.
“Greenery bursts forth in 2017 to provide us with the reassurance we yearn for amid a tumultuous social and political environment. Satisfying our growing desire to rejuvenate and revitalize, Greenery symbolizes the reconnection we seek with nature, one another and a larger purpose.” Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute
Besides its various effects on our wellbeing, symbolic meanings are attributed to colors. Yellow appears long lasting and dynamic. Mixed with the right amount of other pigments, its range can cover sparkling freshness up to almost burning warmth. As counterpart to yellows liveliness, blue is linked to depth, calm and endless distance – so to speak seclusion.
In times of war, terrorism and political uncertainty Greenery, a mixture of the both mentioned colors is supposed to trigger our minds, leading us towards harmony – inner harmony, being in harmony with nature, living in harmony with each other. On the other, more yellowish hand, it tells us that there’s still hope and it tries to motivate us to strive for everything we desire.
Obviously this is a huge to do list for a few little pigments, but if we only manage to understand Greenery’s message – it’s essentially saying: “that’s how you humans deserve to live” – it could give us the tender slap on the behind we need and which is long overdue. Well played Pantone, well played.