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NOV 2018

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8 November 2018 | beautystorebusiness.com Industry News Gspn !upq;!dpvsuf tz!pg!I f ol f m(t!Cf bvuz!Dbsf !Opsui !Bn f sjdb-!Ui f !Ljstdi of s!Hspvq MADISON REED WINS ALLURE'S BEST OF BEAUTY BREAKTHROUGH AWARD On September 18, Allure honored Madison Reed's Light Works Balayage Highlighting Kit with the publication's Best o€ Beauty Breakthrough Award. The award recognizes innovative and revolutionary beauty products that exhibit uniqueness in ingredients, technology or design. Madison Reed is an at-home hair color manu€acturer €ounded in 2013, which €ocuses on delivering quality hair color €ormulas with enriched ingredients (such as argan oil, keratin and ginseng root) to busy women–saving them the time and cost o€ a salon visit. The award-winning at-home highlighting kit provides the same two-step salon process o€ lightening and toning that gives hair the natural-looking balayage e€€ect one would obtain at a salon. The €ormula contains no ammonia or harsh odors, and €eatures a powder-€ree, clay-based cream lightener to reduce mess, a bond-building cleansing treatment that strengthens highlights and a wishbone-shaped balayage applicator that enhances the highlights' natural look. The CEO and €ounder o€ Madison Reed, Amy Errett, said, "In everything we do, Madison Reed wants to improve the client coloring experience. With the introduction o€ Light Works, we reinvented highlighting and made it attainable €or women to achieve 'lived-in' highlights €or hundreds o€ dollars less than you'd spend at a salon." TKG APPOINTS SUZANNE LAPIERRE TO TERRITORY MANAGER FOR CANADA In September, manufacturer rep firm The Kirschner Group (TKG) announced the appointment of Suzanne Lapierre to Canadian territory manager. Lapierre is The Kirschner Group's sales representative in Canada for the Western territory—a role she will continue to hold while also serving as territory manager, overseeing TKG sales reps in Canada. Paolo Rezzara, president of TKG, remarked, "Suzanne [Lapierre] has been a key contributor to the success of the growing territory. With Suzanne's drive and determination, we can't wait to see the continued growth in the region." TKG is a worldwide sales and merchandising organization, representing manufacturers spanning the professional hair, skin and nail industries. NEW TRENDS FROM THE MAKEUP SHOW ORLANDO The Makeup Show connects beauty brands with pro makeup artists and industry professionals through seminars, presentations and—of course—cash and carry shopping opportunities. This year, the show's Orlando, Florida, installment was held on September 15-16 at the Hyatt Regency Orlando, where more than 75 top beauty brands such as Make Up For Ever, Crown Brush, Frends Beauty and Glamcor showcased their products. Among the many beauty trends spotted at this year's show were vegan beauty, rose gold brushes, glitter in unique forms, all-natural beauty products, facial oils, highlighters and new, innovative beauty technology. Popular vegan beauty brands included Danessa Myricks Beauty, Formula Z Cosmetics, Cozzette Beauty and Nuest Cosmetics. GabyRos Makeup, Bdellium Tools and Crown Brush offered dazzling rose gold brushes. Glittery options came in all shapes and sizes, including pressed compacts, jellies and paints such as Ruby May Cosmetics' Ocean Goddess Glitter Palette and Mehron's Pressed Glitter Palette. A few new, all-natural, high-performing cosmetic products featured at the show included Rebels & Outlaws' Lips Like Sugar lip scrub, Freshh Face's steamers and toners and Natural Skin Solutions' CBD Infused Clay. Keeping up with a well-established trend that continues to be popular, there were new launches for facial oils and highlighters, such as LimeLife face oil and Pinkie Swear highlighters. New beauty technology featured Glamcor mirrors made from ultra crystal clear glass with adjustable color temperatures, Zero Gravity Skin with LED antiaging products and Glam.Or. Ring—a makeup palette iPhone case. The Makeup Show saw an increase of more than 30 percent in international brands, with featured companies like Make-Up Atelier Paris, Bana Cosmetics, Masarrat Makeup and Mineral Air; and an increase of 25 percent in indie brands out of the local Florida area, including Be Rad Cosmetics, Donnatella Cosmetics, TwinMedix, Formula Z Cosmetics, GabyRos Makeup, Nuest Cosmetics and Zero Gravity Skin. HEATHER WALLACE APPOINTED SVP AND GM OF HENKEL'S BEAUTY CARE NORTH AMERICA Henkel AG & Company, the parent company to well-known salon pro€essional haircare brands such as Joico, Kenra Pro€essional, Pravana, Sexy Hair and many others, as well as popular consumer brands such as Dial, Right Guard, Schwarzkop€, Persil and Loctite, has appointed Heather Wallace to senior vice president and general manager, Beauty Care North America. Wallace will also serve on Henkel's North American leadership team and the global beauty executive team. Reporting directly to Jens-Martin Schwärzler, Henkel's executive vice president, Beauty Care, Wallace will be based at Henkel's North American consumer products headquarters in Stam€ord, Connecticut. Previously, Wallace served as Henkel's senior vice president and general manager, Retailer Brands North America, Laundry & Home Care. She has also held senior sales, marketing and brand leadership positions at Henkel. She spent nearly 10 years at Novartis Consumer Health prior to joining Henkel. Wallace holds a bachelor's degree €rom the University o€ Cali€ornia, Davis, and an MBA €rom the University o€ Michigan's Ross School o€ Business. She brings exceptional branding and product development expertise, a deep understanding o€ Henkel's brands and strong relationships with key retailers to the role. "Henkel has achieved extraordinary growth in North America over the past €ew years, and our port€olio o€ beauty products is consistently expanding too," Wallace said. "As we continue to enhance our o€€erings and presence with leading retail customers, I am excited to help the Beauty Care North America team continue to develop, market and sell high-quality hair and beauty care products that help our consumers look and €eel their best." Heather Wallace Suzanne Lapierre

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