iColor digital label printers for beauty industry

Printing customized and full color labels on demand


When it comes to beauty product labels, aesthetics and quality are key factors. Labels produced for this industry need to look good and be durable. For most beauty brands, customized labels are required for product packaging and for packaging of containers of different shapes and sizes. UniNet iColor 700 and the iColor 900 LED toner-based digital label presses can print customized, full-color, quality labels on demand.

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Fluo Flashes Dramatic Lashes label was printed with the iColor 700 LED toner-based digital label press on UniNet-certified semigloss white label stock using the FluoToner technology that allows the creation of graphics with fluorescent colors that glow brightly under UV light.

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Label design was done for the launch of a luxurious hair care brand with a tailored formula to gently help preserve vibrancy of color-treated hair. The Lola Organic Shampoo label was printed with the iColor 900 Digital label press tailored for medium-size production runs on UniNet-certified glossy white label stock for a water-proof label that remains perfectly adhered to the bottle with colors retaining their brilliance.

The Poppie label was printed with the LED toner-based digital label press on UniNet-certified gloss clear PET label stock. The iColor 700’s exclusive, optional capability to print white, both as a spot color and white under print in a single pass, was instrumental in achieving a vibrant white product packaging.

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