Henry Davis, President and Chief Financial Officer, Glossier, will be leaving the digital-first beauty startup to pursue his own business ventures. As the company recruits for a new CFO, Nabil Mallick, Partner, Thrive Capital and Glossier board member, has been tapped to fill the role in the interim.

In a heartfelt post on the company’s blog, Henry wrote, “I have repeatedly said to everyone at Glossier over the last few years that if you are not both excited and scared in equal measure, you are not trying hard enough. With those emotions deep within me, I am moving on to start my next adventure as founder of a new company. I continue to be incredibly focused on the dramatic pace of change and the growing opportunities for disruption in the consumer product landscape. I am excited to tell you all more about my plans around that soon.”

Henry joined the company in 2014 and served as its President and COO for just over four years before transitioning to his current position six months ago.Before joining Glossier, he worked at Index Ventures, one of the brand’s lead investors that helped it raise $52 million in a Series C round in February, bringing its total funding to $86 million.

Emily Weiss, founder and CEO of Glossier said, “Henry has been my partner since the earliest days of Glossier. He was one of the first people to understand the opportunity to build a new kind of company — one that leverages technology to create in collaboration with its customers. Thanks to his passion and leadership, Glossier’s team and business continue to grow beyond our wildest expectations, and I’m excited for him as he begins his own entrepreneurial journey.”

Supported by over 200 employees, Glossier is ontrack to more than double revenue this year and services millions of customers across seven countries, most recently, expanding its accessibility to France, Denmark and Sweden this year. In November, the direct-to-consumer brand opened its second and largest permeant brick and motor store in SoHo and plans to experiment with temporary retail experiences next year. To support its growth, recent hires include Maykel Loomans who joined as Head of Design from Facebook and Kym Davis, who now holds the role as Head of Product Development after departing from Fenty Beauty.