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Ulta Beauty opening 3rd store in Hawaii

Ulta Beauty, a national beauty retailer, announced today it is opening its third store in Hawaii at Kailua Town Center this month.

Doors will open at 10 a.m. on Oct 26 at 609 Kailua Road, No. 106, in the former Pier 1 Imports retail space.

The first Ulta Beauty in Hawaii opened in July at Alexander & Baldwin’s Puunene Shopping Center in Kahului, followed by another store in Pearl Highlands Center in August.

Another store is slated to open in Kapolei in November, according to an Ulta spokeswoman.

The Kailua location will offer 20,000 beauty products across 500 brands, as well as a full-service salon. Some of the offerings include brands such as bareMinerals, Urban Decay, Maybelline, L’Oreal and M.A.C., Dermalogica, Mario Badescu, Olay, Marc Jacobs, Gucci, Vera Wang and Dolce & Gabbana.

“At Ulta Beauty we believe in giving guests beauty on their terms and creating a world of exploration,” said Casey Foxen, who manages all grand openings for Ulta Beauty, in a news release. “In addition to products across all categories and price points, we also offer a full-service salon in every store featuring hair, skin and brow services. Our Ulta Beauty experts are excited to bring the fun of beauty to Kailua beauty lovers.”

Bolingbrook, Ill.-based Ulta Beauty is a chain offering cosmetics, men’s and women’s fragrances and haircare products, and a full-service salon. Ulta Beauty operates 1,124 retail stores across 49 states and the District of Columbia.

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