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Beauty Brands Appoints Green as Senior Vice President of Merchandise

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Beauty Brands Appoints Green as Senior Vice President of Merchandise

Beauty Brands—which has 54 salons/spas/stores in 11 states, including "the studio" featuring prestige makeup and skincare brands now at all sites, as well as a website it sells off of—recently named Lisa Green as its senior vice president of merchandise.

A seasoned veteran with more than 20 years of experience, Green has an extensive background in merchandising and comes to Beauty Brands from philosophy, where she led a successful team and chaired numerous accounts—including Beauty Brands.

8 Big Deals

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Who bought which beauty brands in 2011? Review them closely because they could translate into new opportunities for your store.
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The year 2011 will be remembered as a fairly active one when it comes to the acquisition of brands found in beauty retailers. And where there are new owners, there are new opportunities created. So here’s a look at what happened in the beauty-retail landscape this year through mid-October. And from what we at Beauty Store Business see and hear, deals will continue into 2012. Therefore, other opportunities will develop for you, so stay turned.

1. Robanda: Omega Labs USA

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