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.
After years of professional-beauty manufacturers' rep firms-sector consolidation and the race to become national (and international), a new, major player is suddenly on the scene in the Midwest and the Northeast territories: Coleman-Harrison, a company headed up by rep veterans Charlie Coleman, Tom Harrison and Chris Gunderson.
Coleman and Harrison are the co-principals of the Midwest and Northeast territories of Coleman-Harrison, and Gunderson is their partner in the Northeast, Beauty Store Business has learned
Hair Fairies—the growing network of salons to eliminate head lice—recently opened its newest location in Dallas. The new salon joins those in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York City and Fairfield, Connecticut.
To celebrate its arrival in Dallas, Hair Fairies is offering free in-salon and in-school screenings the entire months of January and February.
In addition, Hair Fairies is donating 5% of revenue from new referrals back to any school recommending in-salon treatments.