CND NAMES CREATIVE DIRECTOR: CND has named Jerry Sisti as its new creative director, responsible for developing and directing all visual communications that represent the nail company’s marketing initiatives. Prior to joining CND, Sisti served as creative director for Primus Advertising and Campbell Mithun on the West Coast, and at The Clarus Group and The Curtin Group of Companies in New Jersey. Sisti graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.

OH, BEHAVE:
DermaDoctor, the acne treatment line by physician Audrey Kunin, plans to add a patent-pending mask to its five-item assortment. The Ain’t Misbehavin Intensive Skin Correction Sulfur Mask, slated to launch in October for $45, is billed as the first mask to use phytosphinegosine lipid to restore balance in the skin. In doing so, it aims to help solve a cause of acne. An article that appeared in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science in May 2007 stated that a lack of phytosphinegosine lipids in the skin and oil buildup are the main causes of acne. These lipids are said to act as a barrier for the skin, preventing bacteria from entering the pores. The mask is designed to be used three times a week on the face or the body. It can also be used for spot treatment.

FHI NAMES CFO: FHI Heat, the Cleveland-based maker of professional hair tools, has tapped Michael S. Paull as chief financial officer. Paull will be responsible for creating additional infrastructure and optimizing the use of FHI Heat’s capital as the brand expands globally. Most recently, Paull was cfo of NineSigma Inc., a business firm that connects companies with independent inventors, university researchers and scientists.

TRESEMME GETS STYLE:
The TRESemmé hair care brand by Alberto-Culver Co. has become a hair care partner of the CW’s new reality show “Stylista.” The partnership looks to connect TRESemmé with the twentysomething, fashion-forward consumer that “Stylista” will likely attract. The show, which will begin the evening of Oct. 29, will follow 11 fashion hopefuls as they compete to win a paid, yearlong editorial position at Elle magazine.

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