Bissett to star in Murad’s Resurgence infomercial
LOS ANGELES Murad Inc., which markets Dr. Howard Murad’s doctor-branded skin care and medical spa movements, has announced the TV debut of an infomercial for its Resurgence featuring “Melrose Place” star Josie Bissett.
The 30-minute infomercial features Murad founder, dermatologist Dr. Murad and Bissett. Bissett discusses how Resurgence helped restore her own youthful appearance.
“Resurgence is a top performer in spas. The infomercial gives us an exciting opportunity to reach and educate a wide audience about Murad,” stated Murad chief operating officer Richard Murad.
Murad products are available in more than 33 countries and is available at Sephora and Ulta and other locations.
Flaherty to become official cfo at Sally Beauty
After two months as acting chief financial officer of Sally Beauty Holdings, Mark Flaherty will become its chief financial officer and senior vice president, Sally announced Thursday.
Prior to his stint as acting chief financial officer, Flaherty had served as vice president, chief accounting officer and controller since October 2007. He previously had worked at Tandy Brands Accessories as chief financial officer from August 2002 to October 2007.
In his new role at Sally, Flaherty will be responsible for accounting, payroll and benefits, treasury and risk management, finance, tax, investor relations strategic planning and loss prevention.
Based in Denton, Texas, Sally Beauty Holdings is an international retailer and distributor of beauty products. It distributes and sells products throughout North America and Europe, as well as in Japan.
Dadario appointed Bare Escentuals president of retail
SAN FRANCISCO Bare Escentuals, a maker of mineral makeup, has appointed Michael Dadario as president of retail, responsible for Bare Escentuals’ overall retail strategy and execution including merchandising, sales and operations for all domestic brick-and-mortar distribution channels.
Dadario will report to Leslie Blodgett, chief executive officer of Bare Escentuals.
Dadario comes to Bare Escentuals with more than 30 years of retail operations experience at companies including J. Crew, Inc. and Gap. Most recently, he was senior vice president of stores for Williams-Sonoma, where he was responsible for establishing the retail strategies for the company’s emerging Williams-Sonoma Home and west elm brands.
Dadario also spent a year teaching marketing at the Fashion Institute of Design & Marketing (FIDM) and served five years as president of the San Francisco AIDS Health Project.