NEW YORK — L’Oréal USA is detailing its plans for Artec Systems Group, the Port Washington-based hair care company it acquired earlier this week.
As reported on Wednesday, L’Oréal purchased the 12-year-old company for an undisclosed amount. Artec, which is sold in 20,000 U.S. salons, makes hair care, hair color and styling products under the Textureline, Purehair, Kiwi, Enamels and Spaline brands. Last year, Artec generated $38 million in net sales to distributors.
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