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About The Product

Make up pouch, Printed makeup bag, Colorful Makeup Case, Cosmetics Bag, Beauty Bag Case,  Bag case.

Indy Design 2019 


Printed zipped pouch suitable for all small items to carry. This pouch is a perfect everyday item to you, glamorous and impressive gift for your girlfriend, mother or daughter.

Pich is lined with printed lining.

Print is made by sublimation. Sublimation (digital print) is durable and resistant to wear and wash.

Good quality polyester Velour fabric is very soft and nice to touch.

◉ Size: 

Small: 7"x5,5" (18x14 cm)

Medium: 11"x7,4" (28x19 cm)

Large: 12"x9,4" (33x24 cm)

◉ Composition: Shell: 100% Polyester 
Lining: 100% Polyester 

◉ Care: Gentle machine wash in 40 degrees water with gentle detergent




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