Kathleen McNeill has left her post as president of beauty.com. McNeill, who had held the position since 2006, stepped down on Wednesday, confirmed a beauty.com spokeswoman.
During her tenure, the site — which sells both mass and prestige brands — added a host of editorial content, including videos, photography, how-tos and posts from guest editors, such as model Helena Christensen and hairstylist Ted Gibson. She also recruited makeup artist Romy Soleimani as its first beauty director at large.
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