• A makeover for Suesh

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    Suesh started as an online store for make-up tools, and has now expanded to five boutiques with a complete array of cosmetic products

    Suesh started as an online store for make-up tools, and has now expanded to five boutiques with a complete array of cosmetic products

    Suesh Cosmetics just had a makeover, painting its boutique in SM Megamall with a fresh, rosy tint. The new look was unveiled as the brand launched a new partnership with

    Korea’s Mizon Cosmetics to further widen its selection of affordable and high-quality make-up and skin care products, specially made for Asians.

    Suesh, which started as an online store seven years ago, began selling make-up tools such as brushes and brush sets as its core products. The make-up brushes are produced using Japanese and Korean techniques and materials. The bristles are made from fine goat, squirrel, and pony hair—animal hair types that are best for human skin when applying makeup.

    Eventually gaining repute among make-up artists and experts, Suesh decided to open its first ever store on Wilson Street in Greenhills, San Juan City in 2011 and expanded its range of products to include tool belts, cosmetic storage, chillers, vanity cases, make-up cleaner and make-up. It now has a total of five shops including Trinoma, Alabang Town Center, Market! Market!, and Glorietta 5.

    For more information, log on to www.suesh.com.

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