Crown cosmetics, medic cosmetics launches Space Case cosmetics

Crown cosmetics and medic, two cosmetics companies, have launched Space Case, a new line of cosmetics that will retail for $99.99 in March.

The cosmetics line includes an eyebrow brush, eyebrow pencil and eyebrow primer, as well as a gel eyeliner that can be applied over the brow and eyelid.

The Space Case line is designed to be worn on the go.

In a press release, the companies said the products will be available in May at retailers such as Target, Walgreens, CVS, and Rite Aid. 

The launch is part of the company’s strategy to shift away from its roots in cosmetics and focus on its new line. 

“We are looking to transform our business model,” the statement said.

“Space Case is the first product that we are introducing in 2017, with a focus on our vision for our future cosmetics and wellness offerings.

We will be introducing more products in 2018 as we continue to build the company and our company culture.”

Crown has partnered with CosDNA for the launch.

CosDNA is an online marketplace where consumers can purchase cosmetics.

The CosDNA website is a marketplace for brands like Cosmetics, which are owned by CosDNA. 

Crown did not say how much the launch would cost, but noted the line will be $99 each, including tax. 

CosDNA also announced a new partnership with cosmetics company, Beauty Box, and a new launch for its Beauty Box program. 

 “The Beauty Box initiative provides consumers with affordable, curated cosmetics for the purpose of beauty, which will enable us to offer affordable and easy-to-use beauty products to a wider audience, including children and youth,” CosDNA said in a statement. 

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