Inglot offers ‘JLo Glow’ in new collection

Grzegorz Inglot, VP of US operations for Inglot
Updated 15 May 2018
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Inglot offers ‘JLo Glow’ in new collection

Jennifer Lopez has collaborated with global beauty brand Inglot Cosmetics to debut a limited-edition collection.

Launched on April 26, the line brings Lopez’s and Inglot’s “shared vision of strong femininity to life and offers women diverse ways to express themselves through beauty.”

Everyone can now achieve their own authentic “JLo Glow,” the makeup brand said. 

“The capsule collection we created with Inglot is filled with all my go-to products in my favorite colors. We have everything from mascara, lipsticks, eyelashes, blush, eye shadow and of course bronzers,” said Lopez.

“What I think is unique and exciting is our Freedom System Palette— which allows you to create your own personalized palette with the specific colors and products that you need. Now you no longer have to buy that five-piece eye shadow kit to get the one color you really want!”

The company said Lopez worked closely with the brand on every aspect of the collection including the shade range, ad campaign, and packaging.

Lopez said she built the line for women like her who are always on the go. The product collection allows women to create unique looks of their own, whether they’re going for a natural daytime look or going-out-glam, inspired by the hitmaker’s styles.

“We could not have asked for a better partner than Jennifer. She is a true beauty visionary,” said Grzegorz Inglot, vice president of US operations for Inglot. “In addition to having great style, Jennifer is also quite a beauty expert herself. After years of working with the best in the business, she has unique insight into what women want as well as which products are necessary to create that beautiful glow that she made famous.”

The 70-piece collection ranges from powders to lipsticks, shadows to eyelashes and cosmetic palettes.

All colors in the line were created and handpicked by Lopez herself. The star of the collection is the Freedom System that allows consumers to create unique palettes with over 300,000 combination possibilities, the brand said.


Dubai Crown Prince visits STC booth at GITEX 2018

Updated 20 October 2018
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Dubai Crown Prince visits STC booth at GITEX 2018

Crown Prince of Dubai Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum recently visited the Saudi Telecom Company’s (STC) booth at the GITEX Technology Week 2018 in Dubai. He was received by Senior Vice President of Enterprise Business at STC Dr. Tareq Enaya.

Sheikh Hamdan reviewed the latest telecom and IT services and solutions launched by the company. STC said its new services are in line with its role as a driver of digital transformation in Saudi Arabia as per Saudi Vision 2030. 

STC recently inaugurated its latest innovation in in-flight call technology through a live call made 30,000 feet above on board of a plane heading to Jeddah from Riyadh, with the video call being directly transmitted to the GITEX conference.

The service allows for in-flight video calls by equipping airplanes with mobile data and broadband through signals from LTE ground-based stations, which boast many features compared to older technologies that rely on satellites. This will enable airlines and other stakeholders to provide better services than currently adopted older standards at a lower cost per Mb, higher data transfer rate of up to 75 Mb/s, and a lower delay time.

Dr. Enaya said: “In-flight call technology is one of many other examples that illustrate the way STC is working with its partners and customers to provide the latest products and services and thus improve services offered to airlines and service providers.The new in-flight call service offers state-of-the-art features, including a stable connection and high-speed connectivity. This makes it indeed the next generation of transmission technology, which will open new horizons in terms of products and services.”

He further pointed out to all the areas that could benefit from this new technology, including airlines, media and entertainment, natural resource exploration, safety and security, and telecommunications. 

STC staff were on hand at GITEX to address its potential customers on the new technology. The company has said that its GITEX participation will focus on the newest technological solutions and that it will shed light on its specialized services in the fields of cloud computing, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, blockchain applications, and big data analysis.

STC is currently working with various stakeholders and partners to enrich this new technology, including Nokia for LTE phone devices, Thales for onboard equipment, EAD for supplementary technical certification, AMAC for maintenance, repairs, and operation for onboard installation, and Sky Prime, a private charter airline on whose planes the technology is being tested directly.