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News in brief

■ Seaweed-based skincare brand Voya has appointed Jane Austen as corporate accounts and operations manager. Austen will work closely with Canyon Ranch to develop Voya onboard cruise ships.

Rebecca Rees won Hair and Beauty Apprentice of the Year at Cambridge Regional College’s annual awards, which celebrate the achievements of apprentices who train at the college and work in businesses across the region. Rees is learning advanced beauty therapy at Aesthetica Beauty Salon in Saffron Walden.

CEW (Cosmetic Executive Women), the beauty industry organisation, has appointed two new members to its board. Sara Wolverson, marketing director for commercial beauty UK & Ireland at Coty, and Jane Henderson, global president of beauty and personal care at Mintel, joined the team.

■ iLondon women’s members club Grace Belgravia has announced a partnership with three luxury hotels in Europe to offer summer getaways called Grace Retreats. The destinations are The Capri Palace Hotel in Capri, Gstaad Palace in Switzerland, and Grand Hotel Tremazzo on Lake Como in Italy.

■ A tube advert by treatment bookings app Uspaah is being reviewed by Transport for London after commuters complained it was sexist. The ad shows a man’s face with the message “Out with the guys ‘till 4am again…?! Keep her sweet with a spa mani/pedi at home”. The ad was slammed on Twitter.

This article appears in the Professional Beauty May 2017 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the Professional Beauty May 2017 Issue of Professional Beauty