Local Store Owner Creates Natural Beauty Products Influenced By The Past « CBS Los Angeles
His first day was Sunday. The company had announced plans for Brickman to succeed Gary Winterhalter Argan Oil Shampoo in May. Winterhalter had been CEO of the Denton, Texas, company since 2006, when it was spun off from hair-care company Alberto-Culver, which was later bought by consumer goods company Unilever in 2010. Winterhalter will stay on Sally Beauty’s board as executive chairman. The company, which sells makeup, shampoos and other beauty products at 4,800 stores around the world, also announced Thursday fiscal first-quarter results that missed Wall Street expectations. Sally Beauty said it was hurt by an unfavorable foreign currency exchange and an increase in health care expenses. rose 87 cents, to 2.8 percent, to $32 in afternoon trading Thursday. Investment & Company Information
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Chemotherapy and radiation, says Monroe, have shrunk the rest to the point that “it seems to be non-existent.” While the cancer’s rarity makes a clear prognosis difficult, Monroe’s doctors are optimistic. “She’s doing remarkably well,” Schaffer says. “She’s an amazing woman, as beautiful on the inside as on the outside.” After several months of physical, speech and occupational therapy to recover from the strokes, Monroe still speaks slowly and at times struggles for words. But she’s determined to make a full recovery. “I’m trying to keep a positive attitude,” she says, “and that’s made easier with the support of all these women I don’t even know.” Blogging About Cancer Since her cancer diagnosis, Monroe has transformed her blog from a discussion of the latest hairstyles and beauty tips to talking about her cancer and her journey back to health. “Knowing there are other women out there facing cancer like I am,” Monroe says, “I want to do everything I can to let them know they’re not alone.” When Monroe posted photos showing herself bald and with a 40-pound weight gain from her treatments, her fans rallied to hold fundraisers on her behalf: They raised nearly $60,000 to help pay medical bills for Monroe, who doesn’t have health insurance. “It’s overwhelming,” she says. “They tell me, ‘I love you, I’m praying for you.’ It makes me cry every day, I’m so grateful.” Meechy Monroe at a beauty event Courtesy Meechy Monroe Monroe says a few of her fans told her they had shaved their heads in solidarity. “They came up with a name for the style the ‘TWA,’ or ‘teeny, weeny Afro,’ ” Monroe laughs.
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Bluemercury operates about 60 stores in 18 states in the United States, most of which also have in-house spas. Macy’s said Bluemercury would operate as a stand-alone business and would continue to be led by Marla and Barry Beck, who co-founded it in 1999. Macy’s now sees full-year 2014 earnings of between $4.35 and $4.37 per diluted share, higher than the previous range $4.25 to $4.35 per diluted share. The retailer said comparable-store sales at existing locations rose 2.5 percent in the fourth quarter as more people visited them during the holiday season. Full-year 2014 comp-store sales increased 1.4 percent. “We are very pleased with our fourth-quarter performance, which represents a strengthening trend from the third quarter and spring season,” CEO Terry Lundgren said. The retailer also announced a number of moves as it looks to “fully align the company`s management and organization in key functions.” In a statement, Macy’s said President Jeff Gennette will relinquish his day-to-day duties as chief merchandising officer and will concentrate more of his time on the company’s ominchannel business. Timothy Baxter would succeed Gennette as chief merchandising officer. Macy’s shares fell about 1 percent in after-hours trading.
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This is the perfect platform for the international cosmetic industry,” says Anna Marie T. Anastacio, President of the Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines. During three inspirational days of valuable face-to-face meetings in a focused business environment, philbeauty provides the perfect platform to showcase the most comprehensive range of innovative beauty products, services and technologies which will transform your business. The event will bring together international buyers and suppliers where they can experience and network with a full range of beauty products and services, enhance industry knowledge and engage in ground breaking discussions. Bright Future ahead for the Beauty Industry in the Philippines. Surveys conducted amongst exhibitors and visitors in the last edition indicated an optimistic response. On the exhibitor side, a whopping 96 percent of respondents rated the show successful while 82 percent noted their expectations were met or exceeded. Ever-changing trends and advances have led global brands to open outlets, and key local cosmetics companies have expanded experiencing double-digit growth rates in 2012. GDP growth of 7 percent and rising disposable incomes is leading to an increased demand for personal care products and services among both male and female customers. Beauty and personal care sales are expected to grow by 6.1 percent, following growth of 4.3 percent in 2011, when the market reached USD 2.8bn and is expected to continue its growth trajectory, reaching USD 3.4bn (PHP 139.8bn) by 2016. “The beauty trade industry in the Philippines will be one of the prime sources to drive the economic growth in the country forward,” says Ms.
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We are all harnessing our grandmothers beauty secrets, said Mally Steves Chakola, owner of M. Steves Beauty Cottage in Venice. Chakola, who is a mix of Indian and German, createslotions and anti-aging potions passed on from her grandmother: She would teach me by mixing botanicals from our gardens. Her shop is full of pictures from the past and equipped with its own garden out back. Its amazing to me that we are in such a modern world, but we are turning back to naturals and finding out how incredible they are, she said. Her bestseller is an ultra-nourishing boost that is filled with rosehip seed oil from Chile. It helps brighten the skin, even the skin, soften fine lines and wrinkles, she explained. I personally healed a 20-year-old scar with this oil, and you cannot see it. Chakola also loves the Indian spice tumeric, which is infused in her popular new exfoliator called Konjac Sponge. Tumeric is a potent anti-inflammatory and known for healing properties. She says just scrub with it twice a day to see results without harming the skin, and it only costs $14. She shared several of her all-natural beauty regimens: Coconut oilis high in Omega-6, which works to nourish your skin and keep it moisturized.
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