Creativity continues with make-up

Star Media Group Events Business Unit (Events and Sales) head Kim Lim C. L. (left) receiving the sponsorship from Nabilah.

PARTICIPANTS of the Back to Basics Craft Workshop at Menara Star in Petaling Jaya not only picked up creative ideas, they took home beauty products too.

Those who attended received RM35 cash vouchers from Muka & Co while four lucky draw winners took home a box of products worth RM438.

Each box contained a beauty blender, Always Be My Palette mineral eyeshadow and three shades of Tint Glo Serum.

Muka & Co founder and chief executive officer Nabilah Mohd Isa said the sponsorship was a good way for them to introduce the brand to potential customers.

“We are a colour cosmetics company that offers make-up plus skincare innovation.

“For example, our signature product Tint Glo Serum is both a primer and moisturiser.

“Our target market includes millennials and young mothers who want a multitasking product that can simplify their lives.

“I believe the workshop participants would also love to experiment with make-up,” she said.

Managing director Muhammad Khaliff Haned, who is also Nabilah’s husband, said they were pleasantly surprised at how well their products have been received.

“About 20% of our customers are from overseas. Our products are distributed in Singapore, and we also have customers from Belgium, Britain, United States and Pakistan.”

Nabilah said they are expanding their customer base and product line.

“We hope to have a flagship store in Singapore and other South-East Asian countries.”

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