Primer, concealer, foundation and BB cream have become the four basic pillars of beauty brands' makeup baseline.
UDN has cooperated with several global beauty brands such as REVLON, Charlotte Tilbury, Napoleon Perdis, etc., to define the new standard of high-quality makeup base packaging, and to provide consumers with a pleasant using experience!
Finding the right tube for the primer is like creating the perfect foundation for your makeup. Understanding the differences and features of Round- Tube, Ophthalmic-Tube and Slim-Tube can help you make the suitable choice:
UDN Round Tube is the traditional choice for primer packaging, characterized by its sturdy, classic and simple construction. Its standard spout is designed to accommodate a wide range of textures, from thick creams to light emulsions.
The Ophthalmic-Tube ensures that the product can be applied precisely to specific areas. And it allows for better control over the amount of product used and avoids wastage. Therefore, it’s suitable for thicker or high-coverage products, such as concealers or brighteners.
Not only aesthetically pleasing and portable, but also easier to hold, the Slim-Tube makes application easier. Its spout width can be adjusted according to the product texture, thus adapting to a wide range of primer from light to thick.
Concealer products usually require a higher level of packaging design in order to maximize the precision of assisting the user's makeup application technique and the achievement of a perfect finish.
Here are the differences between the four common tube types used in concealer products:
The Flocking Tube is particularly useful for covering large areas such as under-eye bags or uneven skin tone, and its soft touch also minimizes pulling on the skin in the delicate eye area.
Soft Tip Tube with a soft rubber tip provides a comfortable application experience and is suitable for precise correction of the specific face area, such as acne scars or discoloration.
The Tip Tube is suitable for liquid concealers, its thin spout ensures that the concealer can be applied to freckles or small blemishes for extremely precise spotting.
For larger areas or areas that need to be blended, Brush Tube will be the best choice. Its brushes are designed to allow for perfect blending of the concealer into the skin, while also facilitating gentle smudging after application for natural-looking coverage.
To see the full range of tubes visit the catalog or contact UDN for more information