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Faber-Castell Cosmetics: a redesigned refillable make-up pencil

Building on the success of its Protopia collection introduced last year, Faber-Castell Cosmetics, manufacturer of cosmetic pencils, is taking another step forward in responsible packaging with its "Inspire" concept. 

Presented at Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna 2024, this concept showcases the Jumbo refillable pencil - a "chubby" version of its predecessor with significantly improved mechanics and cartridge. Developed with sustainability in mind and still in the process of industrialization, the "Inspire" product range promises to reduce waste and increase product value. 

The Jumbo refillable pencil has a 6 mm-diameter lead and is available in two sleek, vegan textures for eyes and lips. 

The eyeshadow pencil offers ultra-soft, glide-on application. The lipstick pencil, meanwhile, is of natural origin, offering a semi-gloss finish and great coverage with fewer ingredients for maximum impact. 

Faber-Castell Cosmetics will be present at Makeup in Paris from May 29 to 30, 2024.

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