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Estée Lauder adds to brand, retail leadership teams

BY DSN STAFF

Estée Lauder has welcomed two industry leaders in key roles that span both brand and retail.

The first appointment was of April K. Anslinger who joined the company as senior vice president/general manager of Aveda, North America. In this role, Anslinger will be responsible for optimizing Aveda’s growth potential in North America, which required leading a team of executives to develop and execute the brand’s go-to-market and oversee North American marketing, retail, field sales and education. Other responsibilities include driving strategy for Aveda’s retail channels and leading the brand’s digital and social media strategies and driving consumer engagement across all touchpoints.

“April is an inspiring leader with an exceptional ability to build and grow brands and drive innovation,” Chris Good, president, North America, said. “Her deep expertise in hair care and experience shaping winning go-to-market and retail channel strategies position her well to take on this important role for the Company and our North America business.”

The second addition to Estée Lauder’s leadership team was that of Andrea Dorigo who joined as senior vice president, general manager, global retail. Dorigo will be responsible for leading strategies to drive profitable growth, which includes increasing opportunities to strengthen consumer coverage, unleashing the potential of omnichannel and fostering innovative thinking. Dorigo also will work closely with brands, regions, functions and affiliates to ensure retail operational efficiency.

“Andrea’s deep experience managing complex global teams, his ability to drive innovative thinking and disruptive growth models, and his proven effectiveness at brand building and brand expansion ideally position him to lead our retail transformation towards New Retail at the global level,” Olivier Bottrie, global president, travel retail and retail development said.

Ainsliner was previously the chief growth officer of Schwan Food and the global brand leader of Herbal Essences at Procter and Gamble. Dorigo was previously the CEO of Pirch and president of Oakley.

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K-beauty brand Mamonde arrives at Ulta Beauty

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Popular K-beauty brand Mamonde is making its way into Ulta Beauty locations. The company, which is part of AmorePacific’s portfolio, will be hitting the retailer’s shelves in select locations throughout the nation to celebrate a successful expansion out of Asia.

“We’re delighted to be the exclusive U.S. brick-and-mortar retailer for Mamonde, with many additional items specially developed for Ulta Beauty. Mamonde, true to AmorePacific’s deep heritage of innovation and trend leadership, is a fabulous addition to our continuously growing assortment of K-beauty products. Mamonde is botanical, nature-inspired and simplistic, even combining the ritualistic double cleanse routine into a single, rose-scented step,” Penny Coy, Ulta vice president merchandising, prestige skincare and fragrance said.

Featured in the line will be a full range of nature-inspired skin care products that harness the beauty, energy and vitality of the flowers cultivated in the garden, where the brand got its name, which is just outside of Seoul, South Korea.

“We are thrilled to have Ulta as the exclusive retail partner for Mamonde. This brand is very special so it was important to find the right partner to help support its beautiful story,” Jessica Hanson, president and general manager AmorePacific U.S., said. “We are excited to be able to offer consumers a range of simplified K-beauty products that deliver beautiful skin benefits.”

Products in the brand’s skin care collection range from $7 to $38 and can be found in select Ulta Beauty locations or on the retailer’s website.

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CEW - 2018 Beauty Insider Awards Product Demo held on March 1 at Metropolitan Pavilion, NY
CEW - 2018 Beauty Insider Awards Product Demo held on March 1 at Metropolitan Pavilion, NY
CEW - 2018 Beauty Insider Awards Product Demo held on March 1 at Metropolitan Pavilion, NY
CEW - 2018 Beauty Insider Awards Product Demo held on March 1 at Metropolitan Pavilion, NY
CEW - 2018 Beauty Insider Awards Product Demo held on March 1 at Metropolitan Pavilion, NY
CEW - 2018 Beauty Insider Awards Product Demo held on March 1 at Metropolitan Pavilion, NY
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CEW puts the best on display at beauty awards product demo

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Cosmetic Executive Women kicked off its annual beauty awards with a product demonstration event held at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City on March 1.

With three floors and more than 800 products showcased from more than 430 brands, attendees were treated to the best of the best from brands that covered everything from skin care to hair care. Such well-known, high-end and indie brands as CoverGirl, OUAI, Milk, Dior, and Youth to the People put their best products on display for attendees to see, feel and try out for themselves. Cosmetic brands weren’t the only companies to display their products, though, with such augmented reality-based platforms as YouCam Makeup and Sephora’s Virtual Artist also showcasing what made their innovations stand out for attendees.

Drug Store News selected a few of the demo’s featured products in the hair care, skin care and makeup categories that stood out:

L’Oréal Paris Pure Clay Cleansers are the brand’s first daily clay-to-mousse cleansers. Each product meets various skin needs and is free of both parabens and silicones. The daily cleansers contain created with three mineral clays — kaolinite, montmorillonite, and ghassoul — and come in four options, Pure-Clay Clear & Comfort (Seaweed), Pure-Clay Detox & Brighten Mask (Charcoal), Pure-Clay Exfoliate & Refine Pores Mask (Red Algae) and Pure-Clay Purify & Mattify Mask (Eucalyptus). L’Oréal Paris Pure Clay Cleansers are available for purchase at mass, food, and drug retailers with a suggested retail price of $6.99 each.

TRESemmé Repair & Protect 7 Collection is designed to visibly repair hair in one use. The line contains a shampoo with a lightweight formula infused with Biotin that cleanses hair fibers, a conditioner also is infused with Biotin to repair mechanical, heat and chemical damage, an instant recovery mask that penetrates hair fibers and repairs internal damage and a pre-styling spray that shield tresses from heat and helps prevent split ends. All products are available for purchase at mass food, and drug retailers with a suggested retail price of $4.99 each.

Bio-Oil helps improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks and uneven skin tone while nourishing, healing and hydrating skin. The product contains PurCellin Oil, calendula, chamomile, lavender, rosemary, vitamins A & E and is suitable for all skin types. Bio-Oil comes in four sizes – 0.85-oz. retailing for $5.99, 2.-oz. for $11.99, 4.2-oz. for $19.99 and 6.7-oz. for $27.99 – and can be purchased at Walgreens, CVS Pharmacy, Target, Costco, Ulta Beauty’s website and Walgreens’ website.

Dove Dry Skin Relief expert repairing balm, which is part of the DermaSeries line, works to repair dry spots on the skin, including the knees, elbows and heels. The product locks in moisture, nourishes skin back to health, and provides skin with a silky finish. The lotion comes in a 4.8-fl.-oz size that retails for $16.99 and can be purchased at mass, food and drug retailers nationwide including Target, CVS Pharmacy, and Amazon.

No7 Lift & Luminate Triple Action Serum is designed to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, firm skin and even out skin tone. The product contains Matrixyl 3000 Plus, which contains fibrillin, hibiscus extract, hyaluronic acid, and a lightening complex. The serum is meant to be applied after cleansing before the use of a moisturizer and can be purchased at Target, Walgreens and Ulta Beauty for $33.99.

Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment is an FDA-cleared and UV-free on-the-go treatment for mild-to-moderate inflammatory breakouts. The products deliver a targeted dose of clinically proven red and blue lights to the source of the breakout. The blue light works to kill bacteria and the red reduces inflammation. Each device is powered by one AAA battery and can be purchased at national food, drug and mass merchandisers for $19.99.

Wet n Wild’s Mega Last Liquid Catsuit Matte Lipstick is an all-vegan line which now comes in twenty shades contains a weightless formula that glides on like a gloss and dries to an ultra-matte finish. The line is cruelty-free, fragrance-free, gluten-free and offers intense pigmentation without drying out the lips. Each product also contains macadamia derivative, vitamin E and is available for purchase at major food, drug and mass retailers for $4.99 each.

PIXI by Petra Rose Caviar Essence is an encapsulated moisture serum that contains rose flower oil, anise extract and mulberry extract. The product is formulated with antioxidant-rich natural oils and melts into the skin by delivering fresh botanicals to hydrate and restore brightness. It can be used both in the morning and evening and can be purchased at Target for $24.

OPI Classic Collection features the brand’s top nail lacquer shades from the company’s offerings, most of them also are available in GelColor form. The line contains the Alpine Snow, Big Apple Red, Cajun Shrimp, I’m Not Really a Waitress, Lincoln Park After Dark, Malaga Wine, Mod About You, Princesses Rule, Strawberry Margarita and Tiramisu For Two shades that retail for $10 each and can be purchased at Ulta Beauty and Sally Beauty locations.

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