IsaDora Nepal Cosmetics is opening at Bluebird Mall, Tripureshwor in Kathmandu city on the 1 st of February 2010. The opening commences at 12:00 am and the event will consist of free make-up sessions along with tea and coffee. Free samples will be given away and good discounts will be given on the entire assortment of cosmetics, to all the customers. The first ten who buy the make-up products will receive a free make-up bag.
The price range of IsaDora make-up products lies between Rs 900 and Rs 2500. IsaDora is inclined to serve the needs of people who understand and value quality cosmetic products, people who can afford to pay for a high quality brand and for people who are pure make up fanatics who no longer need to buy their cosmetics at duty-free airports when they are travelling. The price is absolutely affordable for most people belonging to the upper crust of society. Besides, IsaDora hosts an entire range of make-up products and also has a full range of mineral make-up products. What is more interesting is that, every season a new assortment is picked to be the colour of that season and new colours are introduced according to the mood of the season. For example the spring make-up for 2010 is called Nostalgia as it is based on the bold colours from the 80s like deep pinks, burnt oranges, rich wines and purple blues. For this spring, IsaDora has launched new colours in nail lacquers, in the wonder nail wide brush category that are very quick to dry and easy to apply. The nail colours for this spring are pink cadillac, vintage mint, and pink bardot. IsaDora is also an expert in promoting special packages for festive seasons like Christmas, weddings etc. and occasions like Valentine’s day . Valentine special package for 2010 is ready and waiting.
About L&L House of Commerce (p) Ltd
L&L House of commerce, a Nepali Company was brought to establishment so as to make the contact between Indian subcontinent and Scandinavia closer and make our people avail various products which are mostly concentrated only for developed countries as well as to send our rich traditional handicrafts and various other items which have not yet been properly known to Scandinavian countries.