A woman wearing makeup in a shop in Seoul.
(AP: Jeong Hee-jin)A Korean beauty product manufacturer is planning to re-release an old favorite, makeup.
K-beauty brand Airbrush, founded in 2002, said on Wednesday it plans to sell a line of brushes and creases.
The products are not new to South Korea.
They were used by makeup artists for decades before smartphones and mobile apps became popular in the country.
But the re-launch of Airbrush’s products comes amid a push to revive the industry, which has been battered by a booming middle class.
The new line, which will be available for purchase in late October or early November, will have a wide range of brushes, brushes with various shapes and sizes, and eye shadows, the company said.
Airbrush said the new brushes will be made from natural materials and that the brand is looking to offer consumers more options in terms of shade and texture.
It will also include a “naturally-shaped brush that can be used to apply eyeliner, mascara, lipstick and concealer,” it said in a statement.
The brand said its products are made from recycled plastic bottles and plastic foam, which are “more environmentally friendly.”