NAKED cosmetics brand Clionadh says it’s designed to cover up its natural and artificial colours.
But the cosmetics giant’s product is so popular that its products are available in the form of a line of nail polish.
Clionadh Cosmetics founder, Tom Beeson, has made a living out of marketing his products and said the company has now expanded to cover a wide range of cosmetic brands.
“We’ve seen a lot of interest from people in the cosmetic space, so we’ve really expanded our range to include a range of natural products and natural cosmetics,” Mr Beeson said.
Naked cosmetics have become an increasingly popular cosmetic for younger people in recent years, especially as consumers increasingly seek out products that conceal the natural colour of their skin.
Some brands have even gone so far as to add natural-looking colour to their products to avoid accusations of fake colours.
A spokesperson for Clionadh said the products featured in the product were meant to highlight the naturalness of the skin and were not a substitute for a natural product.
They are also not a replacement for a professional, professional-quality product.
“We are proud of our products, and we have been doing this for a long time.
We are always looking for new ways to enhance our products and add natural beauty to our products,” Mr Keeler said.”
Clive Wilson is a retail analyst with ANZ.”
When it comes to our natural beauty products, the key is to do it in a way that you really feel the natural beauty, the natural scent of the product.”
Clive Wilson is a retail analyst with ANZ.