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Estee Lauder Pure Color To Build On Lip Gloss Category Growth

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Estee Lauder is expecting Pure Color lip gloss, lipstick and nail enamel to become the number one color cosmetics franchise under its namesake brand after the line rolls out to national distribution in the summer, Marketing VP Daniel Annese said

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