Sally Beauty Holdings

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Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc.
Public (spin-off)
Traded as NYSESBH
S&P 400 Component
Industry Beauty
Founded 1964 (spin-off from Alberto-Culver)
Headquarters Denton, Texas
Key people
Chris Brickman (CEO)
Products Beauty products

Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: SBH) is an American international specialty retailer and distributor of professional beauty supplies with revenues of more than US$3,900,000,000 annually.

Through the Sally Beauty Supply and Beauty Systems Group businesses, the Company sells and distributes through over 4,000 stores, including approximately 200 franchised units, throughout the United States, the United Kingdom(SALON SERVICES 100SHOPS, , Belgium(pro- duo 40SHOPS M&A ), Canada, Chile,Peru ,Puerto Rico, Mexico(2000 Amstrong McCall 130 shops M&A), France, Ireland, Spain and Germany.

Sally Beauty Supply stores offer more than 6,000 products for hair, skin, and nails through professional lines such as Clairol, L'Oreal, Wella, and Conair, as well as an extensive selection of proprietary merchandise.

Beauty Systems Group stores, branded as CosmoProf or Armstrong McCall stores, along with its outside sales consultants, sell up to 9,800 professionally branded products including Paul Mitchell, Wella, Sebastian, Goldwell, and TIGI which are targeted exclusively for professional and salon use and resale to their customers.[1]


Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. opened its first store in New Orleans in 1964. [2] Sally Beauty Company was started by C. Ray Farber in New Orleans and operated its flagship store on Magazine Street before selling out to Alberto-Culver.

Corporate governance[edit]

Gary Winterhalter became the company's CEO in 2013.[citation needed] Winterhalter will step down from the CEO role at the end of the first quarter, 2015 and take the role of executive chairman, which he will hold through the beginning of 2018.[3] Coincident with Winterhalter's transition, Christian Brickman will take the CEO role.[3] Effective June 2, 2014, Brickman was the company's President and COO.[3]


  1. ^ "Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc". Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. Retrieved 30 January 2012. 
  2. ^ Retrieved 16 March 2015.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ a b c Abril, Danielle (1 May 2014). "Sally Beauty to replace its CEO, incurs $1.1M cost from data breach". Dallas Business Journal. 

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