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The Return Of Jane

August 16, 2013

Cosmetic line is available at Ulta.com

And you thought the 1990s were gone forever! Jane Cosmetics is back and available on Ulta.com and at Janecosmetics.com. The company says the line is better than ever with the highest quality formulas, an array of beautiful shades and an emphasis on giving back.  Filling a niche between value and prestige cosmetics lines, Jane's philosophy that true beauty comes from giving back and that confidence comes in many colors, is emphazised in the new packaging featuring vibrant lomographic imagery, showcasing the faces of "The Friends of Jane"; real, culturally diverse women who are giving back to their communities and changing the world in impactful ways.


The Jane rebrand started after Patriarch Partners, LLC acquired the company, and Lynn Tilton assumed the role of CEO. According to the company, Tilton created a line that empowered women to be confident, courageous and socially conscious.


More info: Jane Cosmetics, JaneCosmetics.com
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