CEW shares a photo gallery from our event last week in which the beauty industry celebrated L’Oréal USA’s CEO, David Greenberg. “Together with Jill Scalamandre, CEO of Beekman 1802 and Chairwoman of CEW, Greenberg illuminated the importance of product innovation, technology, and fostering deep connections with today’s consumer,” reports CEW’s Andrea Nagel. “The overall event underscored the pivotal role CEW events plays as a dynamic platform for industry leaders.”

In retail news, Kylie Cosmetics has revealed that it will launch a curated range of the brand’s bestselling lip products at Ulta Beauty at Target. And at Ulta Beauty, an end has come to its partnership with clean beauty brand Credo.

In cosmetics news, Merit is expected to reach revenue of $100 million this year. The makeup brand’s success, reports Business of Fashion, is a result of winning over the millennial, “grown-up Glossier girl” with its luxurious, minimalist aesthetic. Merit’s future plans include introducing more skin care, and an international expansion into Europe and the U.K.

Finally, in male grooming, boxer and content creator Jake Paul has unveiled his new personal care brand targeted at Gen Z men who ‘Want to Win on a Daily Basis.’ The products entered Walmart yesterday.

Catch up on these and other stories at the links below.

Behind-The-Scenes At CEW’s David Greenberg Event. A host of beauty industry executives and insiders attended the fireside chat moderated by Jill Scalamandre. (CEW)

Kylie Cosmetics Enters Ulta Beauty At Target. A curated range of the brand’s most popular lip products will be available in stores. (HAPPI)

Credo And Ulta Beauty End Collab. The retailer and clean beauty brand have mutually decided to finish their partnership at Ulta stores. (BEAUTY INDEPENDENT)

Merit Set To Hit $100 Million In Revenue. The makeup brand has attracted Millennials with its “no-makeup makeup”, luxury aesthetic. (BUSINESS OF FASHION)

Jake Paul’s Gen Z Grooming Range Drops. The boxer and content creator’s products launched at Walmart yesterday. (WWD)

Swiss Botanicals Expands In The U.S. Based on neuroscience, the range is making a push into the U.S. (BEAUTY MATTER)