Mentholatum names new senior directors of marketing, sales
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Mentholatum on Thursday announced two executive moves. Jean Legros was appointed to the role of senior director of marketing overseeing all brands, and Brian Rola was promoted to senior director of U.S. sales.
Legros has domestic and international experience and began his career in brand management for food products in France and has held marketing and business development positions at Mead Johnson Nutritionals and Dannon, prior to joining Mentholatum.
Legros has a BBA from Université de Lyon in France and an MBA from the University of Georgia.
With Mentholatum since 2005, Rola previously held the positions of national account manager and, most recently, director sales. In his new position, he will be responsible for leading the sales and trade promotion strategy for the U.S. domestic division.
Rola graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a BS in marketing.
Broadway Nails taps celebrity Nicole Scherzinger as brand ambassador for new ImPress
NEW YORK — Broadway Nails has announced that Nicole Scherzinger, lead singer for The Pussycat Dolls, will be the celebrity brand ambassador for its new imPRESS press-on manicure.
As the imPRESS celebrity brand ambassador, Scherzinger, who is a judge on “The X Factor,” brings a chic, “glam rock” style to the brand.
“ImPRESS is fashion for your nail, it is a revolutionary way to apply polish. … It gives the look of a gel manicure — but you don’t need an appointment,” stated Grace Tallon, SVP marketing for Broadway Nails.
Starting in December, imPRESS press-on manicure will be available in most major drug stores and Walmart stores nationwide. ImPRESS press-on manicure is available in 24 nail covers in 12 different sizes. The collection includes 18 colors ($5.99 each) and 18 patterns ($7.99 each).
Sally Hansen develops new in-shower hair remover, bikini bump spray for spring
NEW YORK — Sally Hansen, a Coty beauty brand, is launching in spring 2012 its new Simply Smooth hair remover and Zero Bumps bikini spray.
The Simply Smooth hair remover is a water-resistant formula that works while you complete your regular shower routine for a mess-free hair removal process. The depilatory cream features an exclusive odorless technology.
To banish irritation and bumps that can develop after shaving, waxing or depilating, there’s the new Zero Bumps bikini spray. Created with witch hazel, aloe and soy extract, the Zero Bumps bikini spray promises to keep skin soft and moisturized while also preventing ingrown hairs.
The new Simply Smooth hair remover is priced at $10.99. Zero Bumps bikini spray is priced at $7.99.