Bad Boy Superstars, decorated by Decopak Europe

January 3, 2022

Bad Boy Carolina Herrera

Decopak Europe combines different technologies in a single product (metallization, screen-pad printing, assembly and gluing) as in the new men's fragrance Bad Boy Superstars by Carolina Herrera.

Decopak Europ has applied a shiny silver metallization sOn the glass, a black silkscreen on top and glued the silver zamak accessory.

Este 360º focus reduces the total environmental impact by reducing unnecessary CO2 emissions and being more efficient throughout the process.

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