The line has an array of products ranging from liquid foundation, eyeshadow, mascara and lipstick to name but a few which are all manufactured in Los Angeles, United States of America.
In a telephonic interview with The Patriot this week, international certified make-up artist and MUD consultant Marilie Vermeulen explained that the cosmetics are cruelty-free which means they are not tested on animals and are 80 percent vegan products.
“The cosmetic line stands out from all other lines as it does not reflect in harsh lighting, last for about fourteen hours after it has been applied and are accurate skin user friendly products for all skin types,” she said.
Vermeulen highlighted that the cosmetics are in no way counterfeit in the market as the line does not have any Chinese factories manufacturing these products.
She further added that MUD South Africa will be present at the event among other remarkable Namibian models, fashion designers, make-up artists and photographers.
Namibian personality and actress, Sunet van Wyk who was recently awarded favourite Radio Personality at the Simply You Magazine and Lifestyle awards will be the official host for the MUD cosmetics launch.
Registration for seats, as they are limited,will start as early as 09h30 and the launch will kick off at 10h00 – 11h00 today at the Windhoek Showgrounds.
The event will follow through with the Inspiration Tables program which is a program that focuses on different local creative business owners and will run from 15 – 16 September at 10h00 to 22h00.
“It is a one of a kind event as the owners will have stalls selling and show casing hand made products.”
A fee of N$ 80 for adults and N$ 40 for kids and pensioners is required to enter the entire event. Tickets are available at the gate or can be bought online at www.today.com.na
However entrance into the Manrico LifeStyle Theatre is free for VIPs and the media.
Guests are sure to receive a red carpet welcome, MUD Goodie Bag and a glass of champagne at the door.