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Quixtar Inc. announced the launch of a new color cosmetics

December 9, 2005

Quixtar Inc. announced the launch of a new color cosmetics brand, NAO (never accept ordinary). This new line of professional, artist-grade cosmetics is tailored to those who prefer to step outside the boundaries of classic beauty to experiment and create their own individual style.
NAO cosmetics will offer two lines: NAO Studio Essentials and NAO Limited Edition. Studio Essentials are daily beauty “must-haves” and are permanent elements of the NAO cosmetics line, including highlighter, contour powder, mascara, and brow pencil. Limited Edition is a line of color cosmetics that will be updated every six months in order to remain current and reflect seasonal color trends. They include loose mineral pigment, loose body glitter trio, cheek color, eye color singles and duos, glitter eye pencil, lip color and lip gloss.
Jeannie Mai, renowned makeup artist, TV personality, and founder of The Doll Service, a Hollywood-based celebrity styling company, serves as the spokesperson for NAO cosmetics.
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