Greenfield Design has created a new look for next week’s relaunch of hypo-allergenic cosmetic range Almay. The new packaging fulfils the brief’s call to reinforce Almay’s heritage – the brand is 64-years-old – and promises indulgence and beauty, says Greenfield creative director Jo Eden. `This is a great brand that needed re-energising,’ adds Eden. The makeover follows Revlon’s 1993 purchase of Almay. The new designs feature a colour-coding system.
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