Rose Lavelle goal video: Man City Women star scores vs Liverpool

Fresh off winning her first club trophy overseas, Rose Lavelle has another goal for Man City Women.

The U.S. women’s national team star scored in Man City’s 3–0 win over Liverpool in the Women’s League Cup on Wednesday, helping her club win in another cup competition after capturing the Women’s FA Cup on Sunday. 

Lavelle played 70 minutes in the extra-time win over Everton, in which her teammate for club and country, Sam Mewis, scored a goal. Lavelle, who came on in place of Mewis at halftime on Wednesday, took her chance to score soon after her inclusion, sliding to redirect a cross from England international star Lucy Bronze to give Man City a 2–0 lead in the 52nd minute.

Laura Coombs and Jess Park scored Man City’s other goals in the win, which gives the club a 2-0-0 mark in the group phase of the competition with one game to go. Lavelle had scored in its opener, a 3–1 win over Everton last month.

Man City has a league match vs. Bristol City this weekend, followed by a pair of Manchester derbies, with league and League Cup games against Manchester United slated for Nov. 14 and 19. Those will have significant appeal in the USA, with United having the services of U.S. stars Tobin Heath and Christen Press this season.

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Pretty Vulgar Partners With Cultural Icon Fashion Nova

BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Pretty Vulgar cosmetics, a throwback to the ladylike charm of a bygone era with a modern attitude, is partnering with leading online fashion and lifestyle icon Fashion Nova as it enters the beauty space. The brand’s all-inclusive mindset and Free The Bird philosophy aligns perfectly with Fashion Nova’s support of diversity, body positivity, and beauty in all forms.

“Perfect for your Instagramming pleasure.”

[Cosmopolitan]

It’s a time where change is happening, and people are becoming desensitized to being tasteful, calculated, modest, graceful, and poised. The Pretty Vulgar girl tiptoes over the line, but does it like a ballerina. She’s bold, confident, and believes her flaws make her beautiful. She wants to be treated like a lady and feel like a princess, all the while breaking the mold of what a woman should be.

“We use contradiction to ignite the senses in order to provoke a  powerful emotional connection – nothing is what it seems.

[Lewis Farsedakis – Founder & CEO]

Delivering on its history of colorful product and shade names, Pretty Vulgar’s cruelty-free, mindful cosmetics collection of 26 products in 57 rich color selections is now available on www.FashionNova.com, where you are invited to blend, blur and mix into a colorful shade that is uniquely you. Hero items featured include The Ink (Gel Eyeliner), Bronzed B (Bronzer), Faux Reals (Mascara), Defined Brilliance (Eyebrow Pencil), and Glitter Dust.

About Pretty Vulgar

South Florida-based Pretty Vulgar cosmetics is known for its lightweight, highly-pigmented and long-wearing eye, face, and lip collections that look as good on your vanity as they will on you.  The brand embodies the fact that people are beautiful, multifaceted contradictions, which is sprinkled throughout the brand. Their makeup looks are motivated by the colorful diversity of pretty birds everywhere, supporting the brand’s all-inclusive mindset and Free The Bird philosophy which encourages its flock to live a cage-free life. Whether one feels elegant like a swan, dark like a raven or any shade in between, Pretty Vulgar encourages you to explore every nuance and shade of your personality. 

Pretty Vulgar is a mindful beauty company, caring deeply about our planet, our animals, ethical labor and giving back. They also have a never-ending consideration for their customers, their safety and satisfaction, which is why Pretty Vulgar’s journey of adopting packaging and ingredient advances is never-ending, especially those that better our planet, our health and our lives.

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Website:            www.PrettyVulgar.com   

Tik Tok:             Tiktok.com/@PrettyVulgar 

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Twitter:              Twitter.com/PrettyVulgar

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New Mexico becomes the first state to elect all women of color to the House

SANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico has become the first state in history to elect all women of color to the U.S. House of Representatives.

New Mexico makes history in the 2020 election by electing all women of color to the House

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Early Wednesday, the state confirmed victories for incumbent Rep. Deb Haaland, Yvette Herrell and Teresa Leger Fernandez in New Mexico’s three congressional districts.

“Tonight the people of New Mexico have chosen hope over fear, love over hate, community over division,” Haaland wrote on Twitter Tuesday. “Tonight I recommit to fighting for legislation that will guide our nation forward in the areas of climate change, education, racial equality, healthcare and economic justice.”



a couple of people posing for the camera: From left, Congresswomen-elect Teresa Leggier Fernandez, Deb Haaland and Yvette Herrell. The state confirmed their victories in all three of New Mexico's Congressional districts.


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From left, Congresswomen-elect Teresa Leggier Fernandez, Deb Haaland and Yvette Herrell. The state confirmed their victories in all three of New Mexico’s Congressional districts.

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Haaland, who is an enrolled citizen of the Pueblo of Laguna and identifies as a 35th generation New Mexican, made history in 2018 when she became one of the first Native American congresswomen. The Democrat, who has been vocal on issues such as Indigenous peoples’ rights and environmental justice, won reelection in the state’s 1st Congressional District against Republican challenger Michelle Garcia Holmes.



a person holding a microphone up to the mouth: Rep. Deb Haaland (D-NM) speaks at the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum on August 19, 2019 in Sioux City, Iowa.


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Rep. Deb Haaland (D-NM) speaks at the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum on August 19, 2019 in Sioux City, Iowa.

Republican Herrell, who is a member of the Cherokee nation and former starepresentative in New Mexico’s House, won her challenge against incumbent Democratic Rep. Xochitl Torres Small in the 2nd Congressional District.

Herrell campaigned on being New Mexico’s conservative voice in Congress and has received support from President Donald Trump, among other big-name Republicans.



a person looking at the camera: In this Nov. 4, 2019, file photo, Republican U.S. House hopeful Yvette Herrell of New Mexico waits for a news conference in Albuquerque, N.M., about a GOP challenge to the way the state is counting absentee ballots.


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In this Nov. 4, 2019, file photo, Republican U.S. House hopeful Yvette Herrell of New Mexico waits for a news conference in Albuquerque, N.M., about a GOP challenge to the way the state is counting absentee ballots.

“It’s the honor of my life to be elected to serve #NM02,” Herrell wrote on Twitter when announcing her win. “My commitment to each citizen of our district is that I will serve each of them with integrity as we work together to rebuild our economy and protect the values that make America great!”

Finally, in the state’s 3rd Congressional District, Democrat Leger Fernandez beat Republican Alexis Johnson. Leger Fernandez, who was born and raised in northern New Mexico, has decades of experience as an attorney, working specifically as an advocate for the rights of tribes, women, immigrants and Hispanic communities. She will replace Democratic Rep. Ben Ray Luján, who won the state’s open U.S. Senate seat.



a group of people holding a sign posing for the camera: Attorney Teresa Leger Fernandez of Santa Fe speaks to Democratic delegates March 7 at a pre-primary convention in Pojoaque, N.M.


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Attorney Teresa Leger Fernandez of Santa Fe speaks to Democratic delegates March 7 at a pre-primary convention in Pojoaque, N.M.

“The people of New Mexico have chosen to protect what we love – our democracy,

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6 Black-Owned Wedding Businesses in Los Angeles SoCal Couples Need to Know

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Choosing your wedding vendor team is one of the first—and most important—steps to planning your big day. Not only are you selecting the people who will turn your wedding dreams into reality, you’re also supporting small businesses and talented creative professionals. We’re highlighting six Black-owned wedding businesses in the Los Angeles area to help you on your search. These pros have received glowing reviews from couples, and many have also garnered Couples’ Choice Awards over the years. Of course, this is just a small group of the many talented Black-owned wedding businesses in Southern California, be sure to check out WeddingWire to find more pros in your area.

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Sean Morr started taking pictures in high school, photographing his friends as they rode bikes together. After years of working for larger photography companies, he started his own business to create a unique experience for couples. The Couples’ Choice Award-winning photographer works directly with his clients from start to finish, and it’s that consistency and attention that creates a good relationship well before the wedding day. With a speciality in documentary-style photography, it’s Sean’s goal to “make you forget we’re taking pictures so you can just enjoy your wedding.” He adds, “Building a friendship with all my couples leading up to the wedding is very important to ensure they feel comfortable and relaxed on their big day.”

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While designing floral arrangements for her own wedding, Davida Buggs became inspired by her visits the Los Angeles Flower Market and soon opened her own floral design company—Flowers by Lady Buggs, 11 years ago. “My style is lush and romantic, more garden-inspired,” she says. “I like to design with depth.” She loves helping couples discover “the story they want to tell” through their wedding decor, and couples rave about Davida’s ability to tailor her work to her clients’ needs and desires, and help pinpoint their wedding style. Says one former client: “If you want a florist that will really listen and construct your dream, you can do no better than Davida!”

From a young age, Tracy Evans-Bowles knew she wanted to start her own business. After realizing that she had a knack for planning events, she started Flawless Weddings and Events, based in Brea. Tracy is known for combining her design skills with a commitment to logistics and flawless execution. “I love starting with a blank canvas, like an artist,” she says. “I love putting together color palettes with elements of texture and designs that brings character to any room.” Tracy has even passed down her love of design to her daughter, Falynn Love-Thompson, a talented floral artist in her own right.

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“My love for cake and all things sweet ignited my passion to start this journey in 2012,” says Mwokaji Cakery owner Tamara Brown. “I wanted to combine my desire to be of service with my passion.” Describing her design style as “boho chic and very Southern California influenced”, Tamara prides herself on using

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E.l.f. Beauty (ELF) Tops Q2 Earnings and Revenue Estimates

E.l.f. Beauty (ELF) came out with quarterly earnings of $0.16 per share, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $0.12 per share. This compares to earnings of $0.15 per share a year ago. These figures are adjusted for non-recurring items.

This quarterly report represents an earnings surprise of 33.33%. A quarter ago, it was expected that this cosmetics company would post earnings of $0.03 per share when it actually produced earnings of $0.17, delivering a surprise of 466.67%.

Over the last four quarters, the company has surpassed consensus EPS estimates four times.

E.l.f. Beauty, which belongs to the Zacks Cosmetics industry, posted revenues of $72.35 million for the quarter ended September 2020, surpassing the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 4.51%. This compares to year-ago revenues of $67.62 million. The company has topped consensus revenue estimates four times over the last four quarters.

The sustainability of the stock’s immediate price movement based on the recently-released numbers and future earnings expectations will mostly depend on management’s commentary on the earnings call.

E.l.f. Beauty shares have added about 28.8% since the beginning of the year versus the S&P 500’s gain of 4.3%.

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While e.l.f. Beauty has outperformed the market so far this year, the question that comes to investors’ minds is: what’s next for the stock?

There are no easy answers to this key question, but one reliable measure that can help investors address this is the company’s earnings outlook. Not only does this include current consensus earnings expectations for the coming quarter(s), but also how these expectations have changed lately.

Empirical research shows a strong correlation between near-term stock movements and trends in earnings estimate revisions. Investors can track such revisions by themselves or rely on a tried-and-tested rating tool like the Zacks Rank, which has an impressive track record of harnessing the power of earnings estimate revisions.

Ahead of this earnings release, the estimate revisions trend for e.l.f. Beauty was favorable. While the magnitude and direction of estimate revisions could change following the company’s just-released earnings report, the current status translates into a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) for the stock. So, the shares are expected to outperform the market in the near future. You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.

It will be interesting to see how estimates for the coming quarters and current fiscal year change in the days ahead. The current consensus EPS estimate is $0.23 on $85.02 million in revenues for the coming quarter and $0.64 on $296.95 million in revenues for the current fiscal year.

Investors should be mindful of the fact that the outlook for the industry can have a material impact on the performance of the stock as well. In terms of the Zacks Industry Rank, Cosmetics is currently in the bottom 32% of the 250 plus Zacks industries. Our research shows that the top 50% of the Zacks-ranked industries outperform the bottom 50% by a factor of more than 2 to 1.

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Montgomery County considers limiting dining, shopping again as coronavirus caseloads surge

After weeks of rising coronavirus infections, Montgomery County is likely to become the first locality in the Washington region to reimpose significant restrictions on social and commercial activity.



Travis Gayles wearing a suit and tie: With Montgomery County Health Officer Dr. Travis Gayles by his side, Montgomery County Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich (D) addresses members of the media at the Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program (VEIP) Station in White Oak.


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With Montgomery County Health Officer Dr. Travis Gayles by his side, Montgomery County Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich (D) addresses members of the media at the Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program (VEIP) Station in White Oak.

County Executive Marc Elrich (D) issued an executive order Wednesday that would limit gatherings to 25 people or less and reduce capacity for restaurants and shops from 50 percent to 25 percent. Leaders across the Washington region have been monitoring a surge in cases as part of a national spike that has sent infections to record levels.

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Under the Montgomery order, houses of worship — which saw restrictions loosened about a month ago — also would be subject to the 25 percent cap, along with fitness centers, bowling alleys, art galleries, tattoo parlors and nail salons.

The order must pass a county council vote, and the legislative body has largely approved of Elrich’s pandemic decisions. Council vice president Tom Hucker (D-District 5) said Wednesday he wanted the body to review the order Thursday but vote on it next week. Most of his colleagues agree with him, he added.

“None of us — none of us — wanted to do this,” Elrich said. “Seeing how our numbers went up as quickly as they did, there’s no reason to believe that trajectory would slow in and of itself.”

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The tightening of restrictions in Montgomery has been on the horizon for weeks, but whether it is a bellwether for the rest of the region isn’t clear.

D.C. Health Director LaQuandra Nesbitt told D.C. Council members Wednesday the city’s virus metrics are trending in an unfavorable direction and could worsen if residents aren’t mindful of activities such as small gatherings, especially around the holidays.

But she said it’s not clear the city is on the path to stricter actions by way of a mayoral order. Localities in Northern Virginia also haven’t stated plans recently to bring back previous restrictions.

In the Washington region, Montgomery has been particularly cautious in lifting pandemic restrictions.

Elrich, along with county health officer Travis Gayles, have clashed multiple times with Gov. Larry Hogan (R), who has pressured local governments to move more quickly toward reopening. The governor repeatedly has said he doesn’t want to reimpose limits on social or commercial activity.

“We have spent the last several months preparing for this wave,” Hogan spokesman Michael Ricci said last week. Unlike in the spring, Maryland has ample testing, existing hospital capacity and a robust contact-tracing operation, he said.

Montgomery officials said they don’t want to create strains on the health-care system.

“It’ll be harder to deal with this as the problem gets bigger,” said Earl Stoddard, the county’s head of emergency management. “That’s a big part

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Pretty Vulgar Partners With Cultural Icon Fashion Nova | News

BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Pretty Vulgar cosmetics, a throwback to the ladylike charm of a bygone era with a modern attitude, is partnering with leading online fashion and lifestyle icon Fashion Nova as it enters the beauty space. The brand’s all-inclusive mindset and Free The Bird philosophy aligns perfectly with Fashion Nova’s support of diversity, body positivity, and beauty in all forms.

“Perfect for your Instagramming pleasure.”

[Cosmopolitan]

It’s a time where change is happening, and people are becoming desensitized to being tasteful, calculated, modest, graceful, and poised. The Pretty Vulgar girl tiptoes over the line, but does it like a ballerina. She’s bold, confident, and believes her flaws make her beautiful. She wants to be treated like a lady and feel like a princess, all the while breaking the mold of what a woman should be.

“We use contradiction to ignite the senses in order to provoke a  powerful emotional connection – nothing is what it seems.

[Lewis Farsedakis – Founder & CEO]

Delivering on its history of colorful product and shade names, Pretty Vulgar’s cruelty-free, mindful cosmetics collection of 26 products in 57 rich color selections is now available on www.FashionNova.com, where you are invited to blend, blur and mix into a colorful shade that is uniquely you. Hero items featured include The Ink (Gel Eyeliner), Bronzed B (Bronzer), Faux Reals (Mascara), Defined Brilliance (Eyebrow Pencil), and Glitter Dust.

About Pretty Vulgar

South Florida-based Pretty Vulgar cosmetics is known for its lightweight, highly-pigmented and long-wearing eye, face, and lip collections that look as good on your vanity as they will on you.  The brand embodies the fact that people are beautiful, multifaceted contradictions, which is sprinkled throughout the brand. Their makeup looks are motivated by the colorful diversity of pretty birds everywhere, supporting the brand’s all-inclusive mindset and Free The Bird philosophy which encourages its flock to live a cage-free life. Whether one feels elegant like a swan, dark like a raven or any shade in between, Pretty Vulgar encourages you to explore every nuance and shade of your personality. 

Pretty Vulgar is a mindful beauty company, caring deeply about our planet, our animals, ethical labor and giving back. They also have a never-ending consideration for their customers, their safety and satisfaction, which is why Pretty Vulgar’s journey of adopting packaging and ingredient advances is never-ending, especially those that better our planet, our health and our lives.

For images and additional content, please click here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1nL-0eYjbOM2RAqBRmiSlaUgZr7wYx0hP?usp=sharing 

Website:            www.PrettyVulgar.com   

Tik Tok:             Tiktok.com/@PrettyVulgar 

Instagram:        Instagram.com/Pretty_Vulgar

YouTube:           YouTube.com/PrettyVulgar

Facebook:         Facebook.com/PrettyVulgar

Twitter:              Twitter.com/PrettyVulgar

Contact:            Kaitlin Brophy

Phone:              561-322-3531

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In Ascendant Night for Congressional Republicans, Women Led the Way

WASHINGTON — Republican women delivered critical victories to their party in the election, signaling the success of their efforts to recruit and elect a more diverse slate of candidates as they sought to counter Democrats’ huge advantage in adding women to their ranks in Congress.

Conservative women were nearing a historic level of representation in the House, more than doubling the number of female Republican incumbents in the chamber as they scored key upsets in battlegrounds across the country and beat back Democratic challengers flush with cash.

Republicans were celebrating their success at chipping away at Democrats’ House majority and feeling increasingly confident of maintaining control of the Senate. By Wednesday evening, they had elected 22 women and were on track to have the highest number of them serving in their congressional ranks, surpassing the previous record of 25 women elected in 2004.

Those wins came as Republicans fought to protect female incumbents in the Senate, where Joni Ernst of Iowa prevailed in her competitive race, Kelly Loeffler advanced to a runoff in Georgia, and Susan Collins won a decisive victory in her re-election race in Maine. Cynthia Lummis, a former House lawmaker, became the first Republican woman to represent Wyoming in the Senate, replacing the retiring incumbent, Senator Michael B. Enzi.

By Wednesday afternoon, Democrats had defeated only one Republican woman in the Senate, Martha McSally of Arizona, who had been expected to lose.

Republicans were still lagging far behind Democrats, who have spent years and huge sums to recruit and elect women across the country. But the Republican gains reflected the success of an urgent effort they undertook two years ago to make up for their widening deficit in enlisting women to run.

“In many ways, this cycle for the Republican women is a very simple story,” said Debbie Walsh, the director of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. “You can’t see numeric gains in officeholders unless you have increases in number of candidates.”

But to reach gender parity in Congress, she cautioned, Republicans would have to continue prioritizing the recruitment of women in both chambers and not interpret their success on Tuesday as “a one and done.”

“These are important gains. They need to be celebrated; they need to be acknowledged,” Ms. Walsh said. “But women are still very underrepresented on the Republican side.”

The pickups were particularly remarkable in the House, where Democrats swept to power in 2018 by running a diverse class of contenders and sent a historic group of women into office. Just one new Republican woman, Representative Carol Miller of West Virginia, was elected to the chamber that year, raising alarms inside the party conference.

That set off a scramble by Republican leaders to steal a page from the Democratic recruiting playbook, eschewing the kind of candidates they had previously turned to — white, male, often veterans of politics — in favor of newcomers with diverse backgrounds.

“The Republican Party vowed to make gains among G.O.P. women, and it

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Nikki Bella Says She’s Been Dreaming About Her Exes Two Weeks After John Cena’s Wedding

Dreams have the magical ability to transport us to another world. And let’s be real, we’ve  probably all had the kind of dreams where we revisit certain moments and conversations hoping for closure, especially when it comes to breakups. This seems to be the case for Nikki Bella regarding her ex-fiancé John Cena. In a new episode of her podcast, The Bellas, released Wednesday, she opened up to her twin sister and fellow new mama Brie Bella about the unexpected direction her dreams have taken lately.

“I have a confession,” she began. “I’ve been having these crazy, weird vivid dreams lately, and you’re not going to believe who’s in them and the conversations that we’re having.”

Nikki then goes on to explain that in the midst of Scorpio season, it’s expected that our intuition will be enhanced — and that’s what she links her unusual dreams to. “It’s supposed to be where we get a deeper understanding of ourselves, even getting clarity in the past and my dreams have been that,” she explained.

In her dreams, Nikki mentions that she has been having “full-on conversations with exes, as if we met up for coffee.” And although she doesn’t specifically name John Cena as the mysterious ex appearing in her dreams, it’s easy for us (and for Brie) to connect the dots.

“If you’re talking about John, that was six years of your life. We’re allowed to say it, it was a long time,” says Brie.

Cena and Bella split in 2018, and both have since moved on and celebrated big milestones: Nikki and fiancé Artem Chigvintsev recently welcomed their baby boy Matteo in August, while Cena married Shay Shariatzadeh in October in a secret ceremony.

In the end, we’re happy to see that both Cena and Bella had their dreams come true — in one way or another!

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Elf Beauty stock falls after company’s mixed fiscal 2021 guidance

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shares fell more than 6% in the extended session Wednesday after the company reported better-than-expected fiscal 2021 second-quarter earnings and sales, but guidance for the year was mixed. Elf said it earned $400,000, or a penny a share, in the quarter, compared with $6.5 million, or 13 cents a share, in the year-ago period. Adjusted for one-time items, Elf earned $8.1 million, or 16 cents a share, in the quarter, compared with 15 cents a share a year ago. Sales rose 7% to $72.4 million, Elf said, mostly thanks to strong online sales and growth in international sales, the company said. Analysts polled by FactSet had expected adjusted earnings of 13 cents a share on sales of $68.5 million. Elf guided for fiscal 2021 revenue between $297 million and $303 million, and adjusted EPS between 59 cents and 63 cents. “While we expect consumer behavior to be impacted by COVID-19 through the rest of our fiscal year, we remain optimistic about our ability to continue to gain share,” Chief Financial Officer Mandy Fields said in a statement. The analysts surveyed by FactSet expect fiscal 2021 sales around $296 million and adjusted EPS around 66 cents. Shares of Elf ended the regular trading day up 2.7%.

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