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Salon Grafix Names New VP of Marketing

By Melissa Meisel, Associate Editor | January 3, 2014

Hallett-Jones brings experience from Clinique and Carol's Daughter, amongst other brands.

Salon Grafix named Arnisha Hallett-Jones as its new vice president of marketing. With over two decades of experience in the personal care industry, Hallett-Jones continues to produce hard- hitting marketing campaigns year after year, according to the company.
 
She was appointed vice president of marketing at Dr. Miracle’s, a leader in the ethnic hair care market, in March 2011, following time at Carol’s Daughter, a multi-cultural hair and skin care company, where she drove the strategy for and development of all marketing initiatives.
 
Prior to Carol’s Daughter, Hallett-Jones held the title of executive director of global treatment marketing at Clinique, where she collaborated on global strategy and new product development plans for the Dermatological Concerns sub-brands, including Acne Solutions and Even Better. Her motivational leadership style and insight-driven approach to advertising campaigns has garnered her significant praise and accolades, including high commendation for Nivea’s unrivaled ‘Touched and Be Touched’ and ‘Kiss and Be Kissed’ campaigns. Her work experience also includes time with MAC Cosmetics as well as African Pride Products.
 
While honing her professional repertoire, Hallett-Jones also participates in various community service efforts. She currently sits on the Board for Korban Community Development Corporation, a non-profit organization based in New Rochelle, NY with the mission to serve the community.
 
 
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