Martine Williamson's appointment as Chief Marketing Officer of Revlon marks a significant milestone for the renowned beauty brand. With an illustrious career spanning diverse roles within the beauty industry, Williamson brings a wealth of experience and strategic insight to her new position.

Williamson's journey in the beauty industry began with her tenure at Revlon, where she spent 15 years working across various roles in both the global and U.S. marketing teams. Her contributions were instrumental in shaping Revlon's brand communication strategy, retail merchandising initiatives, and Walmart marketing strategies. During her tenure, Williamson played a pivotal role in solidifying Revlon's position as a leader in color cosmetics categories.

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Following her successful stint at Revlon, she ventured into strategic advisory roles at Topix Pharmaceuticals and Glansaol, where she honed her skills in brand incubation, digital content creation, and brand relaunch initiatives. Her accomplishments include spearheading the relaunch of a premium skincare brand and completing strategic acquisitions of complementary beauty brands.

In her most recent role prior to rejoining Revlon, Williamson served as the EVP and CMO at Glansaol, where she oversaw the acquisition of Laura Geller, Julep, and Clark's Botanicals brands. Her leadership resulted in the improvement of brand profitability, refinement of brand positioning, and successful expansion into digital and e-commerce channels.

Debra Perelman, President and CEO of Revlon, expressed enthusiasm about Williamson's appointment, emphasizing her extensive experience and invaluable contributions to the beauty industry. Williamson's appointment underscores Revlon's commitment to strategic growth and innovation as it navigates the evolving landscape of the global beauty market.

Upon her appointment, Williamson expressed excitement about rejoining Revlon during a transformative period for the industry. With Revlon's longstanding reputation as a color authority and beauty trendsetter, she is poised to leverage her expertise to strengthen the brand's leadership position in the global beauty market.

Revlon's rich heritage dates back to 1932, with groundbreaking innovations such as the first opaque nail enamel. Over the years, Revlon has maintained its legacy of providing consumers with high-quality products and sophisticated glamour. The company's diversified portfolio of brands, including Elizabeth Arden, Almay, and CND, is sold in approximately 150 countries worldwide, spanning various distribution channels.

As Revlon continues to evolve and innovate, her return as Chief Marketing Officer heralds a new chapter of growth and success for the iconic beauty brand. With her strategic vision and industry expertise, Williamson is poised to drive global marketing excellence and reinforce Revlon's position as a beauty industry leader.