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Designer: Thitipol Chaimattayompol
Project Type: Student Project
School: Pratt Institute
Course: ackaging Tech I: Materials and Methods
Tutor: Thomas Delaney
Location: Brooklyn, NY, USA
Packaging Contents: Cosmetic, beauty
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
Printing Process: Digital printing

The new cosmetic brand inspired by a small city Burundi, Africa. The project emphasizes the sustainable approach by using all natural ingredients and by-products materials from local people in Burundi. I got inspired by the African make-up and hand-craft products that have simple patterns and dedicated color pallet. The name "oroló" came from a combination of French and Kirundi language. The consistency of the brand is a core of developing a brand system that can be applied to different packages.

powder peau | rose
handcrafted in the center of burundi, africa – our skin powder formulas are infused with the finest natural blends of tropical floras, with a non-irritating – yet light and smooth texture. protect your skin from harsh climate conditions while enhancing the hidden nature and ephemeral beauty of your skin.

lipstick lèvres | vermeil yuex
handcrafted in the center of burundi, africa - levees vermeil gives you a silky soft touch on your lip with a natural color and moisturizing power. keeps your lip natural and luminescent in all conditions.

compact yuex | gris fumeux
handcrafted in the center of burundi, africa – our eye-shadows use organically extracted essences of tropical floras to create a new fusion. creamy, pressed powder formulas generate precision detail control. the soft touch of colors will smoothly cover on your skin, transforming your beauty for a wide range of exotic and confident looks.

What's Unique?
The pattern on the package was inspired by the traditional facial painted of African people combine with a traditional pattern of hand-craft artifacts.

The concept of all natural cosmetic is not only products that utilized natural ingredients but also packages that use paper from by-products and non-chemical colors. The idea of using paper stock from by-products of sorghum plant which grow significantly in Burundi will increase jobs opportunities for the local people as well as decrease the unavoidable waste the curse from by-products.

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