The beauty retailer will be entering 100 Target locations next month.
Monica Arnaudo, Ulta Beauty’s chief merchandising officer, said makeup’s rebound is complementing growth in skin and hair care.
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The collection includes more than 300 pieces, things like bedding, home decor, furniture, wallpaper, bathroom decorations and more.
The sales uptick was due to increased consumer confidence, government stimulus and an easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
The retailer’s in-store traffic continues to grow, even as nonessential retailers come back to life.
The plan includes adding products from more than 500 Black-owned businesses and partnering with more third-party, Black-owned firms.
The zero-waste beauty brand’s new packaging maintains its eco-friendly status while scaling up to meet demand.
“We are starting to see signs that makeup is poised for a recovery.”
The company also unveiled that Dave Kimbell will become its next CEO.