Luxe salon is a cosmetics company founded in 2017 by Kary Lee, who previously founded a luxury home design firm.
The company’s logo is based on the French national flag and has a stylized crown.
The new design features a stylised crown, the letter “L” and a rose.
The logo is reminiscent of the French flag and is inspired by the motto “L’école de la Ligue de la France” (“the house of France”).
Luxe said in a statement that it is excited to unveil the new logo.
“We are proud to introduce our latest design, which is inspired from the French National Flag and the motto of the Ligue du France,” said Lisa DeSantis, the company’s vice president of brand marketing and creative.
“The new logo is elegant and modern, with a beautiful geometric motif.
We’re pleased to share it with the beauty and salon community.”
A few months ago, the cosmetics giant was criticized by the French government for using the French language in marketing materials, including its promotional materials.
Luxe Salon’s logo was designed by French designer Kary Lea, a master of the sans serif, or monospace.
It was inspired by an archipelago of islands in the French archipelay of Mauritius.
It is the latest in a string of French designers to take over cosmetics.
Luxecom, a Paris-based company that focuses on makeup and skin care, took over beauty and skincare brand Bausse de Bijou last year.
Another French beauty company, Bausé de Génie, bought cosmetics company Clinique last year for $1.5 billion.
The brand’s logo has been widely used by the cosmetics industry.
In 2016, the European Commission banned all cosmetics in Europe that use the French alphabet, after the French cosmetics industry was criticized for not using the letter in its promotional material.