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    @EsteeLauder finalise l'acquisition de Too Faced | via @boursorama | @TooFaced #promiseconsulting-blog

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    (AOF) - The Estée Lauder Companies a finalisé l'acquisition de Too Faced pour 1,45 milliard de dollars. Le groupe de cosmétique souhaite, avec ce rachat, conquérir la génération des 20-35 ans et renforcer sa stratégie multi-canal et son leadership sur le segment en forte croissance du maquillage dit de prestige.

    John Demsey, Executive Group President chez The Estée Lauder Companies, ajoutera Too Faced au portefeuille des marques qu'il supervise. Ciblant la génération Y, Too Faced propose une gamme de produits cosmétiques pour les yeux, le visage et les lèvres. La société a plus de 7,3 millions d'adeptes Instagram et fait partie des huit premières marques de maquillage dans le canal multi-chaîne aux États-Unis.

    Ces dernières années, Too Faced connaît une croissance impressionnante et devrait réaliser un chiffre d'affaires net de plus de 270 millions de dollars en 2016. Cela représente une croissance de plus de 70 % sur l'année et de 60 % en composé annuel sur les trois dernières années.

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    Bobbi Brown Is Leaving Her Namesake Cosmetics Line | @justbobbibrown @BobbiBrown #cosmetics #beauty #makeup

    BY RACHEL JACOBY ZOLDANRJACOBY13 | allure.com
    DECEMBER 19, 2016

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    In a move I didn't see coming, Bobbi Brown is leaving her namesake cosmetics line after 25 years, WWD reports. (I know, right?!) Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, owned by beauty giant Estée Lauder Companies (which recently acquired Too Faced Cosmetics as a part of a burgeoning brand portfolio that also includes Origins, M.A.C., and Clinique), will continue to exist, but Brown is expected to leave the company by the end of the year. (Read: like ten days from now.).

    And while we're sad that the creative genius behind Bobbi Brown Cosmetics (the Bobbi Brown—the one who sat in the backseat of an Uber with our beauty editor recently—more on that later) is leaving her brand, we know it's still in good hands as Peter Lichtenthal, global brand president, will continue to oversee the business in her absence. While Brown has yet to reveal her next move, sources speculated to WWD that she'll have a new business endeavor to focus on in 2017.

    But hang on. Let's pour one out for Bobbi Brown and her line for a second. I'd argue that she was not only one of the original pioneers of the natural beauty look, but rather the official inspiration for the no-makeup makeup movement that I actually live by. It's soft, pretty, and frankly unfiltered in a world where seemingly everything is Facetuned, Photoshopped, or "tweaked just a tiny bit." Fabrizio Freda, the CEO and president of the Estée Lauder Companies, told WWD that Bobbi Brown Cosmetics is a "global prestige cosmetics powerhouse, with a highly promising future, poised for its next chapter of growth."

    Exactly what that chapter will entail, of course, remains to be seen. And I'm still really jealous of Lexi, our beauty editor, who, yes, got to ride in an Uber with Bobbi and get her makeup done and of course emerged with that ethereal, lit-from-within, only-Bobbi-Brown-could-produce glow.

    Thank you, Bobbi Brown, for your 25 years of flawless skin and barely there makeup. Our faces salute you. Mine does, at least.