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Bandai Co. Offers Kids’ Cosmetics Line

November 14, 2005

JAPAN: Toymaker Bandai Co. and children’s clothing company Narumiya International Co. will launch a line of cosmetics for primary and junior high school girls in March. The line, “Mezzo Piano,” will be a Narumiya brand.

The first products to be marketed include cologne, 13 nail polishes and a face powder that is said to help prevent acne. The products do not contain oil-based ingredients. The cosmetics will be sold at a Shibuya store and later through other retailers.
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