Global Facilities

Where We Operate

With nearly 4,500 employees, our global footprint includes two state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, 18 distribution centers, beauty centers (China only), and 28 market satellite offices around the world.


16251 Dallas Parkway, Addison, Texas (U.S.A.)

The five headquarters locations the Company had between 1963 and 1995 have demonstrated Mary Kay’s consistent growth and success. The first facility in 1963, was located inside an office complex named Exchange Park in Dallas, Texas, and was just over 500 square feet. Mary Kay’s dream company quickly grew, and the Company would have three additional headquarter moves until its fifth and final move in December 1995, to its current global headquarters location—The Mary Kay Building. 

Today, the Mary Kay Global Headquarters serves as home to more than 1,200 employees, features a full-service restaurant, fitness center, an on-site health clinic, and the Mary Kay Museum—which pays tribute to the life of Mary Kay Ash—and is an iconic fixture along the Dallas North Tollway.

GLOBAL MANUFACTURING: Richard R. Rogers Manufacturing/R&D Center (R3)

2613 Denton Tap Rd., Lewisville, Texas (U.S.A.)

Ensuring it meets the high expectations of the IBCs and the demands of its consumers, Mary Kay invests in its operations and product innovation to power the growth opportunity for IBCs around the world. Mary Kay has invested over $100 million in its two state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.

Committed to delivering industrial excellence and advanced product technology, R3 operations include over 650 employees working twenty-four hours, six days per week. By improving our economic performance through productivity improvement, conscious of our environmental footprint by reducing carbon, water utilization, and operational waste, R3 continually strives to improve operational efficiency.


GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION: Mary Kay Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS)

2213 Connector Drive Dallas, Texas 75220 (U.S.A.)

In 1963, the Mary Kay distribution system began as a one-man operation. Working out of a 500-square-foot storefront, Mary Kay’s son Richard Rogers personally filled each order and ensured timely delivery to the independent sales force.

Today, the Mary Kay distribution system is driven by a commitment to customer service and focuses on delivering through its innovative facility with the following department functions: Transportation, Distribution Assembly, Warehouse, Maintenance, Inventory Control, and Metro Shuttle.