JURLIQUE LAUNCHES A SPA: Jurlique U.S.A. has opened a full-service spa at Kimpton’s Mayfair Hotel and Spa in Coconut Grove, Fla. The 4,300-square-foot Jurlique Spa opened Monday and features Eastern and Western spa philosophies, including aromatherapy and the principles of homeopathy. Jurlique products are known for combining organically grown herb and plant extracts with technology. The spa has seven massage and skin and body care treatment rooms, including two customized water therapy rooms and a nail salon. Specialty treatments include Jurlique’s 90-minute Zen Harmony Signature Facial, Australian Aromatic Facial and Skin
Vitality for Men Facial.
PRETTY SUITE: This year’s Golden Globes will offer more than just celebrity sightings. Biolage, a leading Matrix hair care brand, will host a private, two-day “Get Glam/Do Good” suite at the L’Ermitage Beverly Hill Garden Suite where Matrix celebrity colorist Jennifer J. will give personal color consultations and glazes, and Matrix celebrity stylist Enzo Angileri will style hair. Makeup artist Tim Quinn for Giorgio Armani Cosmetics will perform makeup services. Visitors to the suite will also get a preview of the limited-edition Biolage Sunsorials line, a range formulated to protect hair from the sun set to hit salons in May. For every celebrity visiting the suite, Biolage will make a donation in his or her name to either the Oceana or TreePeople charity, both of which are environmentally focused, in line with Biolage’s botanical positioning.
TV TIME: Jamal Hamadi is launching his hair care line on Jan. 16 on QVC. Launching first is Shea Leave In, the star product in his nine-item line. Hamadi, along with two models, will appear at 1 p.m. for the usual eight-minute newbie time slot on the TV retailer. Price has not yet been decided, but an introductory offer would have Shea Leave In selling for approximately $33. If it launches at the regular price, it will sell for $37.
PURE ADDITION: Heidi Davis has been appointed director of training and education for Pür Minerals, a mineral-based makeup and skin care line owned by Astral Brands. Davis has 15 years of cosmetics experience, most recently as national sales manager for Urban Decay and Hard Candy Cosmetics. Her responsibilities will include sales training, team development and executing major market events. Pür Minerals is sold on the company’s Web site, purminerals.com.
PAPAZIAN PROMOTED: Alexandra Papazian has been promoted to director of marketing for Giorgio Armani Fragrances, a division of L’Oréal USA. She was most recently marketing manager, a U.S.-based position Papazian assumed last year. Since 2002, Papazian had worked in Paris in global marketing for Giorgio Armani Fragrances, where her initial responsibilities included the company’s Sensi fragrance. She subsequently assumed responsibility for the launch of Armani’s Privé fragrance collection.
MAKEUP MAVENS: This spring, cosmetics enthusiasts will convene in New York for the Makeup Show NYC, a two-day trade show for professional makeup artists sponsored by Artists by Timothy Priano, Warpaint Magazine and W Hotels. The event has attracted exhibitors such as MAC, Stila, Face Atelier and the Vancouver Film School. The Makeup Show NYC, which will include seminars, lectures and workshops, is scheduled to take place at the Metropolitan Pavilion May 14-15.