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Makeup chain Inglot coming to Yonge and Dundas

Makeup junkies, heads up: International cosmetics chain Inglot is coming to Toronto. The Polish company, which has stores across Europe and the U.S., will be taking over a retail space in the under-utilized strip at the southern edge of Dundas Square, just a few doors down from the Hard Rock Cafe. (The Toronto opening, strangely, comes on the heels of the company shutting down its existing stores in Montreal.)

The mid-range cosmetics chain (price-wise, think a notch below MAC) offers a range of skin, eye, lip and nail products in hues ranging from the perfectly practical to the outlandish (check their holographic lip glosses). Interestingly, the company made headlines a year ago when their line of "breathable" O2M nail polishes became a surprise hit among Muslim women. The formula allows water to permeate the varnish and touch the nail, which means women can wear the polish and still wash their hands thoroughly before prayer. (Not only that - it comes in about 70 colours.)


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