Limited-edition Stila Dancing with Stars makeup collection to launch at Ulta Beauty
GLENDALE, Calif. — Slated to be sold exclusively at Ulta Beauty locations beginning in September is a new limited-edition beauty collection by Stila Cosmetics inspired by the makeup used behind the scene on the television show, “Dancing with the Stars.”
The Stila Dancing with the Stars Collection will include:
- Live. Love Dance. Sets ($39 each): Four makeup sets inspired by dance styles, including the samba, tango, freestyle and cha-cha. All sets include one palette with a universally flattering cheek color and seven eye shadow shades. The sets also include Stay All Day 10-in-1 HD Illuminating Beauty Balm, a Smudge Stick Waterproof Eye Liner and a deluxe Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick;
- Powder Blush, in one universal shade ($16 each);
- Illuminating Powder, an all-over shimmer powder ($16 each);
- Bronzing Powder ($16 each); and
- Makeup Bag with Star Mirror ($20 each).
"We are thrilled to be the exclusive retailer for Stila’s new ‘Dancing with the Stars’ collection," stated ULTA SVP merchandising Janet Taake. "With the popularity of both the show and Stila Cosmetics, we expect this to be a highly anticipated product assortment that will be lots of fun for those customers who want to capture the polished, ‘Dancing with the Stars’ look."
The launch will be supported through promotions, including in-store displays at more than 500 ULTA Beauty locations, retail events, public relations and social media activations, ULTA Beauty catalog advertising, and a gift-with-purchase promotion, which will begin Sept. 8 and will run through Sept. 28.
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Ohio representative expresses concern about ‘preferred pharmacy’ networks’ effects on independents
WASHINGTON — A member of Congress is raising concerns about "preferred pharmacy" Medicare drug plans, according to an Alexandria, Va.-based trade group that represents independent pharmacies.
In a blog post Thursday, the National Community Pharmacists Association discussed a recent letter sent to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services by Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, in which he wrote: "Over the last few months, I have been hearing increasing concerns from Medicare beneficiaries and small business owners in my congressional district regarding Medicare Part D plans that feature preferred pharmacy networks. As these networks grow and expand in number, I am concerned that they could lead to a decrease in access to quality care and threaten the survival of small business pharmacies that play a vital role in our communities."
Preferred networks are against the any willing provider provision of the law and must be stopped. We have lost untold business to Walmart and CVS. Our government fails again.
New Albertsons Inc., Albertsons LLC announce availability of flu shots
NEW YORK — New Albertsons Inc. banners Shaw’s and Star Market, Acme and Jewel-Osco have announced the availability of flu shots at their pharmacies.
Specially trained pharmacists are available to administer the traditional flu vaccine, needle-free FluMist nasal spray and Fluzone Intradermal, as well as Fluzone HD for patients ages 65 years and older during regular pharmacy hours with no appointment necessary.
Traditional flu vaccines, Fluzone Intradermal or FluMist are priced at $29.99. Fluzone HD is available for $59.99. The company noted that many customers will find that their commercial health plans or Medicare Part B will cover the cost.
Meanwhile, Boise, Idaho-based Albertsons LLC has announced a similar flu vaccination program for its pharmacy locations.
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