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Beauty Awards, Custom Designs, and More Beauty Packaging News and Launches for Early May 2014

Posted: May 12, 2014

Fusion Packaging’s Scene bottle was recently awarded the 2014 Cosmetic Package of the Year by the Institute of Packaging Professionals (IoPP) AmeriStar competition. The AmeriStar Awards annually recognizes packaging that demonstrates the best in innovation, product protection, economics, performance, marketing and sustainability. The Scene package was also announced as a finalist for the IoPP’s Best of Show, Sustainability and Design Excellence Awards.

Aptar won the 2014 NACD Supplier of the Year award. The Supplier of the Year Award is given to a company, chosen by members of the National Association of Container Distributors (NACD) based on the criteria of leadership, education, marketing, technology, policies for working with NACD membership, product support and communication.

Avery Dennison Foundation announced a $200,000 grant to the Rainforest Alliance to foster best practices in forestry management, create jobs and increase access to sustainably-managed forest products.

Label Impressions expanded its flexible package printing capabilities with the installation of two additional Nilpeter flexible packaging servo presses, including a 17” wide Nilpeter full servo press with a butt splicer and turret designed to lower costs and increase speed in the printing of sachets, printed pouches and sample packets.

New on the Shelves

Urban Decay selected Fusion Packaging to create a custom package for its popular Naked Skin line. Fusion Design Studio, the in-house design and engineering unit of Fusion Packaging, created a 30 ml jar for the new Ultra Definition Loose Finishing Powder, available in five shades. Urban Decay opted for a custom jar that mimicked the look of the Naked Skin Weightless Ultra Definition Liquid Makeup, packaged in Fusion’s 30 ml Allure bottle. According to Urban Decay, it was important that the Loose Finishing Powder and Liquid Makeup have a similar look as they are part of the same line. The double-walled acrylic jar provides a luxurious, glass-like aesthetic, with Urban Decay appreciating its thick walls and vacuum metallized accents. To decorate the standout package, Fusion Design Studio vacuum metallized the jar closure with Urban Decay’s signature gunmetal hue and added a debossed Urban Decay logo to the top of the closure. And making the jar even more unique, the sifter was custom designed with the UD logo as the actual sifter. This addition creates a fun experience for the consumer when dipping their brush into the product.

New Launches

Neopac will be introducing its new AirShield tube at Luxe Pack New York 2014. AirShield has a new valve in the tube with a special protective shield function that prevents all exposure to oxygen. The valve opens when pressure is exerted on the tube and closes again when the pressure abates, preventing air from flowing back into the sensitive contents. It is particularly suited to oxygen-sensitive contents, for beauty products or natural cosmetics. The cosmetics products retain their consistency, color and effect just as the manufacturers intended.

Qosmedix introduced a new collection of lip gloss packaging that offers three different types of applicator tips to meet specific preferences. Choose from three different matte black caps with applicator tips and wiper including a Nylon Flocked Doe Foot, a Nylon Brush Tip and a Silicone Spatula Tip. All three items conveniently fit the corresponding 5ml clear PETG vial These new items can also be used with any liquid makeup, gel or serum formulation.