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e.l.f. Beauty Beats Q4 Estimates, But 2025 Outlook Misses

e.l.f. Beauty (NYSE:ELF) saw its shares rise by over 4% in pre-market today after the company reported better-than-expected Q4 earnings, but weak guidance for fiscal 2025.
For the fourth quarter, e.l.f. Beauty reported adjusted earnings per share (EPS) of $0.53, which exceeded the Street estimate of $0.33. Revenue for the quarter increased by 71% to $321.1 million, beating the expected $292.14 million.
Tarang Amin, Chairman and CEO of e.l.f. Beauty, attributed the success to the company’s growth in cosmetics, skincare, and international markets. Gross margin improved by around 330 basis points to 71%, due to favorable foreign exchange impacts, cost savings, and reduced transportation costs.
The company projects adjusted EPS for 2025 between $3.20 and $3.25, falling short of the Street estimate of $3.56. Additionally, revenue for the year is forecasted to be between $1.23 and $1.25 billion, compared to the expected $1.27 billion.

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