beauty retailers

At ULTA Beauty: Taake to Retire, Kimbell's Role Expanded & Two Merchandising Executives Promoted

Janet Taake (pictured), chief merchandising officer of ULTA Beauty, is retiring May 2 after spending six years at the nationwide salon-store chain.

Beauty Bus Awards 2015 Lifetime Achievement Recipient

Beauty Bus Foundation's 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award is being presented to Beauty Collection's Shawn Tavakoli.

In his continued support of Beauty Bus programs, Tavakoli has a goal of raising $100,000 in donations to support the Beauty Bus mission.

Online Shopping Proves Successful for Beauty Sector

Forty-seven percent of U.S. online shoppers of beauty and personal-care products have shopped more frequently in 2014 than 2013, according to a study out Dec. 16 from A.T. Kearney. “Beauty and the E-Commerce Beast: 2014 Edition” lays out the results of a consumer survey of online beauty and personal-care shoppers.

NY NOW Winter 2015 Announces Seminar Schedule

Educational sessions will complement product finds and special after-hour events during the winter edition of NY NOW, The Market for Home + Lifestyle, Jan. 31-Feb. 4, 2015, at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Industry experts will share design and color trends, social-media and related marketing strategies, the basics of importing and other business-building advice.

Kardashian Sisters Partnering With Farouk Systems on Hairstyling Products, Tools & Accessories

Kardashian/Farouk: Hairstyling, Tools, Accessories

Farouk Systems is partnering with the Kardashian sisters—Kourtney, Kim and Khloé—to launch Kardashian Beauty, "a complete line" of "professional, salon-quality hairstyling products, tools and chic accessories" at "an approachable price point" that are scheduled to be offered through select retailers nationwide in spring 2015.

Known for setting hair trends via constantly updated hairstyles, the Kardashian sisters have become icons in beauty.