Primary Packaging Company, Baralan, Introduces New Nail Polish Packaging Lines

Baralan, a leader in primary packaging for the cosmetics and beauty industries, has introduced its Mirella and Alexia lines of glass bottles, developed primarily for use in the nail polish segment. Designed with distinct style and unique shapes to stand out in the market, the larger sizes are well-suited for professional beauty salons, while the smaller sizes are more ideal for personal beauty routines.

The Mirella bottle is designed with a cylindrical, flat shape, while the Alexia has a softer, more rounded form. Both lines are available in 5-, 12- and 15-milliliter capacities. The Mirella and Alexia can reportedly be used with various types of formulas and can be combined with any accessory in the Baralan catalogue. In addition, both lines can be personalized with decorative techniques such as frosting or varnishing, offering brands a variety of customization options.

“Baralan’s specialized teams are constantly studying packaging shapes and sizes aiming to develop aesthetically pleasing, impactful and timeless packaging options for our customers,” said Maurizio Ficcadenti, global R&D manager, Baralan. “The unique designs of our Mirella and Alexia lines showcase these efforts and provide brands with one-of-a-kind, customizable bottles for nail polish that will stand out on shelves.”

For more information, visit https://www.baralan.com.

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