The latest luxury cosmetics packaging developed by RPC beauté for Lancôme Color highlights the plastic packaging specialist’s expertise in complex project management and technologies, it claims.
The packaging components for Color Fever Gloss, an “ultra-shiny, luxurious gloss that delivers a vibrant lipshine”, include a vial, collar and cap, produced using several technologies, including bi-injection, overmoulding, sonic welding and partial electroplating.
The injected copolyester gloss vial features a striking geometric shape despite large wall thickness variations The surface is hot stamped with the Lancôme logo before overprinting with a clear tampo print for enhanced scuff resistance.
The neck is bi-injection moulded from two different polymers and submitted to a “unique” partial electroplating process which creates both a translucent effect and a metallic finish on the same part. The cap is made from an insert, moulded in a high resistance compound, which is then plated and, finally, overmoulded with Surlyn.
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The packaging for Color Fever Gloss is produced using several different technologies