Revlon Highlights Flesh Beauty Launch, China Momentum In Q2 Report
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The firm remains in brand- and digital-building mode, but it’s seeing marked progress while looking forward to planned H2 innovations and the impact of its recently introduced Flesh line of “inclusive” color cosmetics. Opportunity beckons in China, where Revlon’s second-quarter sales grew 46%.
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