‘Weirdo’ says ‘we don’t have a monopoly on beauty’
Shinsegae, the department store chain in the Philippines, is now offering an array of “cosmetics” to customers, including “beauty trays,” a “beautiful” box, a “bespoke” cosmetics line, and a “superior” line.
Shinseegas chief executive, Ramiro “Teddy” Garcia, said in a recent interview with local media that the company “did not make any profits,” and that the reason for the move was because “we don�t have a monopolistic relationship with our partners.”
According to the Philippine Daily Inquirer, the “super premium” line of products includes cosmetics, makeup and nail care products, as well as “beautification kits.”
Garcia also announced that Shinsega will soon launch a cosmetics line for women.
“Beauty tray” items range from “satin-colored” and “crisp” to “plushy” and even “creamy.”
The items include a “special beauty trays” which can be used to “latch onto a hairpiece,” “treat blemishes,” and even to “smooth over wrinkles,” Garcia said.
The company’s “super high-quality” products also include a line of “beautys” for women with “high-end” skin tones, such as “natural face powder” and an “intense moisturizer.”
The products are available in the store, at “beauties stores” and online.
Shonsega has been expanding its beauty line in the last year, introducing products like “pumpkin” and other “trendy” products, and has partnered with brands like Glamazon and Aromaleigh.
“In general, we want to create a high-end, high-performing brand that has the highest quality, and we want it to have a wide appeal, because the beauty consumer has been craving quality for a long time,” Garcia told local media.
Shsegae recently opened its first cosmetics store in Manila, and plans to open a second in Manila soon.
In addition to cosmetics, Shsega also offers “befitting” and home remedies.
We do not offer a cosmetic formula for hair, and therefore, we don�s sell hair products.” “
We believe that if you are looking for beauty, you need to look for beauty products that will be perfect for your body and skin.
We do not offer a cosmetic formula for hair, and therefore, we don�s sell hair products.”
A few years ago, Garcia also opened a “cosmetic spa” for customers to wash their hair, according to the Star.
Shasega is also working on expanding its “beautistry line” into more products.
“You know, I�ve been talking to our beauty experts about what we can do, and they have given me the green light to go ahead with this,” Garcia added.
“The beauty products are just one part of our product line.
We want to do more, and that�s why we�re opening more stores.” According