The layoffs, set to begin Jan. 1, appear to be the Maryland manufacturing cuts that Revlon said in September would be coming as part of a global reorganization eliminating 250 jobs.
The company would not say then how many layoffs would hit Maryland, or where its local manufacturing operations were located. State officials and a number of local economic development representatives said they didn't know the facility's location — even the Prince George's County Economic Development Corp. said at the time that it didn't know of such a manufacturing operation in the county.
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Beltsville, MD, USA
That could be because Sinful Colors is a relatively new addition to Revlon, which acquired the nail-polish brand last year from Mirage Cosmetics.
New details emerged Thursday morning after Sinful Colors disclosed the layoffs to the state Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.