Small cosmetic bags are no longer the niche product that they once were.
The Korean beauty giant has announced that it will be offering a wide range of smaller cosmetic bags in the coming months, including some very niche products that you might not expect.
The news was announced at the company’s annual conference, which took place from Thursday to Sunday in Seoul.
The announcement included a teaser video and a description of the new products.
The first of the small cosmetic bag categories will be the “Nabla Beauty Collection” and the rest will be “Nablas unique and unique product range,” the company wrote on its website.
In the announcement, Nablabs stated that it would be offering “a variety of small cosmetic products” in the upcoming months, adding that these would include some of the smaller, more niche brands it currently offers.
The announcement did not offer any details about what these smaller cosmetic products might be.
For example, the company could be introducing new lipsticks in the new category, and new eye shadow palettes in the other categories.
Other brands have already released products with a “Nabalas unique product” tag.
For example, Cosrx, the popular brand of makeup removers, also launched a lip gloss in the category “Nalbala” in January.
But the brand also made a point to offer more than just lipsticks.
The brand launched a new line of “Nanabla” eye shadows that were made from its “Napla” skin-care formula, as well as lip balms, nail polish, and more.
Nablabs said it will also be introducing “Naba” cosmetics, which are products that include cosmetic bags.
These will be more affordable, and may also be limited to a single cosmetic item, the announcement said.
Nablabs said its “New & Found” brand, which is the companys first line of small cosmetics, will be launching in February.
This news comes as the company has struggled with the loss of a large portion of its revenue.
Its annual sales fell by 20.5 percent to 2.4 trillion won ($2.32 billion) in the first nine months of 2017, compared to the same period in 2016.
According to the company, these sales losses are not the company going broke, but the loss from its core business.
It also pointed out that the loss in revenue has been offset by increased sales in the “New and Found” and “Napa” categories.