According to this research published by Siti Nor Bayaah Ahmad & Dr. Azizah Omar in 2016. This research aims to investigate significantly influence the consumers’ attitude on the halal concept and their behavioural intention to purchase halal cosmetics. The sample of this research is 250 respondents who are users of cosmetic products. This study intended four variable which may contribute awareness of halal cosmetics on the consumer which is attitude, availability of halal label, consumers’ religious belief and consumers’ exposure to the halal concept. To analyse the data Partial Least Squares (PLS) analysis technique using SmartPLS 3.0 software was used. In order to measure the loadings and average variance extracted (AVE) shows that the loadings are higher than 0.7 and the composite reliabilities also higher than 0.7. Based on the study most people are aware of halal cosmetics available in the market but the consciousness to purchase the product is still low. Besides, the results of the study also mentioned that consumers need to be updated on the latest information on halal product especially cosmetics brands in the market. The information dispersed not only through appropriate and formal channels but also through interactions with the religious community as evident in Mukhtar and Butt (2012). Conclusion, the coordination and participation from others parties can increase the halal cosmetics industry to be successful.