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Goody develops clip-in decorative hair jewelry extensions

BY Antoinette Alexander

ATLANTA — Goody, a maker of hair accessories and styling tools, has taken its Simple Styles line to the next level with the new Clip-Ins hair jewelry extensions set to launch in the fall.

The new Clip-Ins are the next generation to the trend of women wearing dangling extension hair accessories: feathers, colored hair, chains.  Featuring silver, gold or hematite chains and adorned with charms or jewels, these clip-in accessories can add sparkle to any style.   

Priced at $5.99 each, the Goody Simple Styles Clip-Ins will be available in September at Target and in October at Walmart.

 

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Former Walmart exec David Hoodis joins Natural Insight’s advisory board

BY Antoinette Alexander

STERLING, Va. — Former Walmart executive David Hoodis has joined the corporate advisory board of Natural Insight, a private retail technology company engaged in workforce management.

“We feel privileged to have access to David’s respected experience in workforce innovation. His success with numerous leading retailers brings us an added perspective that enables us to stay even further ahead of market need,” stated Stefan Midford, president and CEO of Natural Insight in making the announcement.

A former Walmart and Modell’s Sporting Goods executive, Hoodis is a recognized expert in retail innovation and workforce efficiency. The addition to Natural Insight’s advisory board comes at a time of rapid company expansion in retail markets.

While at Modell’s Sporting Goods, Hoodis served as EVP. He also draws upon eight years of experience with Walmart, where as a corporate officer he spanned many roles, to include U.S. store operations, where he had responsibility for all day-to-day initiatives, strategic planning and direction, field communication and customer service.

 

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Murad develops new Pore & Line Minimizing Hydrator

BY Antoinette Alexander

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Murad, whose skin care products are available at such retailers as Ulta Beauty and Sephora, has announced the addition of the new Pore & Line Minimizing Hydrator to its Anti-Aging Acne Line, which was created to simultaneously reduce acne and aging concerns.

The new Pore & Line Minimizing Hydrator refines pores and provides essential hydration to soothe and repair skin breakouts. Formulated to balance skin and minimize the signs of aging, this dual-action hydrator promises to maintain clear, youthful skin by clearing and tightening pores for a refined complexion while boosting collagen for skin that looks and feels plumper and smoother.

The new Pore & Line Minimizing Hydrator is priced at $49.50.
 

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