Julia Goldin, Revlon’s Executive Vice President, Global Marketing Officer, has left the company to pursue other opportunities, the company said earlier this week. In the interim, Javier Asarta, current Chief Marketing Officer of the Professional business (acquired from Colomer), will lead the Revlon Consumer marketing team.

A changing tide has been sweeping over the company for the past five months, beginning when Revlon Chairman and CEO Alan Ennis announced his departure in October 2013. Lorenzo Delpani was named President and Chief Executive Officer weeks later. Lorenzo was the CEO of Colomer Group, which Revlon bought for about $660 million in an all-cash deal that month.

In December, Revlon announced it would be exiting China, a key region of growth targeted by the company in 2012. In October of that year, Julia said that while China was a challenging market, it also presented an opportunity in that “[we] can give consumers such a big representation of [the] brand by turning beauty advisors into real advocates.” That year’s fall makeup collection was named Shanghai Collection by Gucci Westman, Revlon’s Global Artistic Director.