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Albéa’s Cushion Tint allows to apply and smooth colour easily

With Albéa’s new 2-in-1 pack, makeup can be quickly and easily applied and smoothed. Cushion Tint is an easy-to-hold, double-tipped makeup pencil. The “tint” is in a colour pencil that dispenses the makeup and at the other end the “cushion”, an easy-to-use foam pad, allows to smooth in the colour.

Just two quick and easy steps are required to obtain a gradated effect:
- First applying the product to the lips or cheeks, around the eyes or on the eyelids with the colour stick
- Then gradually shading in using the foam pad.

Cushion Tint is in line with the ‘cushion’ trend from Asia which gives a light sophisticated ‘naked’ effect to your makeup. Cushion Tint provides an all-in-one solution for a natural but sophisticated look,” says Albéa. “Cushion Tint is the applicator that allows women on the move to get this highly desirable effect in minutes,” adds Charlotte Wastyn Packaging Product Manager for Rigid Packaging Cosmetics at Albéa.

Available for the eyes, face and lips, Cushion Tint promises gorgeous colour gradations for the eyelids and cheeks while covering slight imperfections in its correcting version. You can even get a bitten-lip effect without using your fingers, for maximum hygiene. Cushion Tint is also available in full-service.

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