Lise Watier Cosmetics Bring "Personalized" Beauty Approach Stateside
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Lise Watier is bringing her eponymous prestige cosmetics line from Montreal to the U.S. in April. The 318-SKU collection offers a "personalized approach" to beauty, according to the entrepreneur.
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