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Fantasia Industries Appoints New Vice President of Sales

John Perrone is the new vice president of sales at Fantasia Industries.

Perrone represented the haircare supplier at the recent Western Buying Conference in Las Vegas (see his picture from there to the left), and is overseeing all salespeople and manufacturers' rep firms.

He has more than 35 years of work experience in beauty and consumer packaged goods.

[Photo by Marc Birenbaum, Beauty Store Business]

ULTA Beauty's Hair-Salon Business Keeps On Growing

Every ULTA Beauty store has a hair salon in it—and that core-service part of the nationwide beauty-retail chain's business continues to post impressive increases.

In ULTA Beauty's financial results for its third quarter of fiscal 2015 (the 13-week period that ended Oct. 31) announced Dec. 3, salon sales increased 20% to $51.7 million—compared to $43.1 million in its third quarter of fiscal 2014.


This product is designed to help women with long hair wash only their roots while keeping their ends dry. The polyester sleeve is placed over the length of a ponytail, twisted into a bun and secured with two elastics, which keeps the entire ponytail dry while showering. It was created to save time, prevent damage, and extend the life of hairstyles without the use of dry shampoo. Women can shower and wash their scalp as they normally would, fully drying only their roots in an average of seven minutes.

Congressman Sessions Introduces The Safe Cosmetics Modernization Act

U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-Texas) introduced H.R. 4075, The Safe Cosmetics Modernization Act, Nov. 18.

"This legislation reforms and improves the Food and Drug Administration’s ability to streamline and strengthen consumer safety requirements without strangling small businesses in the cosmetic industry with onerous regulations," said Sessions, who is Chairman of the House Rules Committee.