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Lancôme make-up travels with Topline Products

Launched in September, the packaging of Lancôme’s make-up palette for travel retail «29 Faubourg St Honoré» is signed Topline Products. The supplier presented it on the occasion of latest edition of Luxe Pack Monaco.

In terms of design, the shiny black palette in ABS SAN [1] is decorated with a cameo brooch, centered around Lancôme’s symbolic rose.

The cap was created with custom tooling and called for highly precise conception work to create the cameo brooch’s sculpted look. This was all the more challenging given the cap’s curved profile,Topline says.

Also of note are the perfectly detailed letters, the polished area between each letter that gives a uniformly shiny effect on the whole lid as well as the height of the rose in relief that in no way alters the finesse of its contours.

Created for traveling, « 29 Faubourg Saint Honoré » includes what every consumer needs on her at all times: eyeshadow, face powder, lipstick and three mini applicators. An added extra: the palette features brand new colors, including a shade from Absolu Rouge, the brand’s renowed lipstick line. Exclusively in travel-retail doors.

Footnotes

[1ABS : Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Copolymer / SAN : Styrene Acrylonitrile Copolymer

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