NEW YORK — Close to a year after the death of its founder, the principals at Kevyn Aucoin Beauty are gearing up to launch the makeup artist’s much-anticipated color cosmetics collection.
Aucoin, who died last May at the age of 40, had introduced his first beauty stockkeeping units — high-end makeup brushes, mascaras and eyelash curlers — on his Web site, kevynaucoin.com, in November 2001. They entered retail distribution in Henri Bendel that December. A few other products — including a newly introduced concealer and a skin luminizer called Liquid Shimmer — have also joined the lineup recently.
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