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  • trèStiQue creates Gen Y-centric make-up
  • trèStiQue creates Gen Y-centric make-up
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trèStiQue creates Gen Y-centric make-up

Young consumers are thrifty shoppers, and they’re exposed to such a range of options that they can pick out the brands that suit their needs best. trèStiQue is offering beauty products that are created specifically to suit Gen Y lifestyles, providing a tempting choice for younger shoppers.

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