PRLog - Jan. 24, 2012 - WESTMINSTER, U.K. -- London Based Cosmetic Firm has more shades of Bobbi Brown than any other major competitor.
With 28 shades covering all colours and shades has become a immediate hit with the customers, Kashada Cosmetics has always been a company that is associated with choice and variety and this is evident in the increase in popularity of the cosmetics company.
“Kashada is growing at a rapid rate and this is mainly down to the fact that we offer more variety, our prices, our high end clientele and the relationship we intend to build with our customers”. this was the message from the company Beauty consultant Harpreet Kaur.
She went on to say “28 different shades of the much popular Bobbi Brown has been a real treat for some of our customers, it has been very much appreciated by most of our customers, we are keen to present a new image of Kashada to the public, in order to do this we have focused our attention on working hard to meet the expectations of a demanding customers”
Kashada Cosmetics: a company that started in the mist of the deepest recession we have seen in decades is showing promising signs of growth and stability, and this is mainly to do with the variety the company has to offer, and Bobbi Brown is the latest collection to the Family.
Harpreet went on to say “ we knew starting and establishing a company at a time when every ones purses generally tend to stay closed will be a immense challenge, but we understand that by hard work, understanding the needs of modern and sophisticated clients and appreciating the Value of great relationship with our clients and suppliers alike we always knew we will overcome this challenge and we are please that the returning customers are encouraging signs for the company”
“ we are moving at a very fast pace and there were talks of adding more categories, but then it was put on hold as we will like to completely understand and cater for our clienteles needs before we expand into other areas, which is a common mistake generally made by other new start ups”.