You're About to See More Diversity at Every Level of Ulta Beauty

The retailer investing $25 million in various initiatives, and has named Tracee Ellis Ross as an adviser

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Cosmetics and skincare retailer Ulta Beauty is making new diversity and inclusion commitments for 2021 across its products, workforce and brand positioning with an investment of more than $25 million, the company announced today.

“As the country’s beauty retail leader, we believe we have the power to shape how the world sees beauty and as such, we have a responsibility to inspire positive change and drive greater diversity, inclusivity and equity,” said Mary Dillon, Ulta Beauty’s CEO, in a statement.



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