From bowing brows to volumising lips, applying make-up may be a complicated matter. But Oranuj Wongprecha, managing director of cosmetic distributor Pre & Prom, believes even those who are completely clueless can learn to be their own professional make-up artist. For more than 25 years in the cosmetics industry, she has been bringing new beauty brands to Thailand, with the latest being Make Up Factory, which will open its first counter at Siam Paragon Department Store on Thursday.
"The name of the brand speaks for itself that it offers a variety of make-up, which are professional products that can easily be used by every woman. This 'make-up factory' is comparable to the Mercedes of German make-up manufacturers, and so you can rely on the quality under German standards," said Oranuj.
The German brand was established in 2005, with a head office based outside Munich, where a creative team works closely with production to translate international fashion trends into cosmetic concepts and collections.
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