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Macy's Tests New Beauty Format

Macy’s is taking a hard look at its beauty business and implementing bold changes, including a shift to a self-serve format.

Benefit Taps Aurelian Lis

Aurelian Lis has been named general manager, North America, of Benefit Cosmetics.

Mineral Mists at Mass Look to Spur Foundation Sales

Classified Cosmetics launching Aero Minerale makeup mist.

Luxe Hair Accessories Boutique Opens in Paris

Hair accessories aficionados have a new haunt here. On Tuesday, a concept boutique called 235 Saint-Honoré opened at that address.

Zappos Eyes 5-Year Goal of $75M Beauty Biz

Cassandra Lappe, Zappos.com Inc.’s beauty buyer, has a list tacked her wall of the beauty brands she dreams would be carried by the online shoe authority.

World Wide Watch: Ireland

The Emerald Isle is home to a cool but savvy clientele, one who seeks quality products at bargain prices as the country struggles to emerge from the recession.

Beauty Incognito: In-Store Services

Our brave beauty reporters go undercover in search of in-store nail and hair treatments, eyebrow makeovers and even (gasp!) a Brazilian wax.

Marionnaud Going Greener

Perfumery chain Marionnaud plans to reorganize distribution practices for its 568 stores in France to cut down on its environmental impact.

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QMS Medicosmetics Opens London Space

German aesthetic surgeon Erich Schulte will open a retail space with treatment rooms for his QMS Medicosmetics treatment brand.

Vitamin Shops Fortify Sales With Beauty

The Vitamin Shoppe and GNC are stepping up their beauty and personal care assortments.

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Shu Uemura to Exit U.S.

L’Oréal USA said Monday that it will close all U.S. operations of Shu Uemura Cosmetics.

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Apparel Retailers Dive Deeper Into Beauty

Clothing collections aren’t the only thing that are retro this spring, as a host of apparel retailers clear racks to make room for proprietary beauty brands.

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