Amelia Laccino gets her makeup done at the MisMack GlitterEnvi makeup launch party Friday evening, Sept. 7 at the Chadalin Medi-Spa in Salmon Arm. Mackintosh has been working on this eco-friendly product line of glitter-infused makeup for several months, finally seeing a full public release and launch of the product. (Kayleigh Seibel/Salmon Arm Observer)

Salmon Arm makeup brand adds sparkle and shine to beauty product

MisMack hosts launch party for Glitter Envi product line

Amelia Laccino gets her makeup done at the MisMack GlitterEnvi makeup launch party Friday evening, Sept. 7 at the Chadalin Medi-Spa in Salmon Arm. Mackintosh has been working on this eco-friendly product line of glitter-infused makeup for several months, finally seeing a full public release and launch of the product. (Kayleigh Seibel/Salmon Arm Observer)

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