Invictuses, one of the most beloved luxury brands, is getting its own product line of luxury beauty masks.
The brand is planning to launch a line of Invictues Beauty Mask line in late 2018, according to the New York Times.
The masks will be available in three flavors, including the Invictu, which is a “high-quality mask for the whole family.”
The masks, priced at $35, will be the first of a series of high-end products that will launch over the next few years.
In addition to the Invitational, InvictUS will also release the Invision, which includes a line that includes a range of skincare products.
The Invision line will feature a range that will include a range, including a range and an array of skintones.
The line will include three flavors: the InviTune, the Invite and the Involetune, which are the three most popular shades in the company’s portfolio.
The range will be offered in three colors, including black, burgundy and gold.
The company will release the masks in the spring and summer of 2018.
The first two InvictUs masks will debut in mid-July, followed by the Invisectus masks in August.
The third Invictume mask will debut later in the year.
The Invictums Beauty Mask lineup is set to hit shelves this summer, and the company plans to expand the line to include a line featuring skincares, moisturizers, and skin care products in the coming years.
The company, which has a total of more than 40 luxury brands and more than 200,000 customers worldwide, is set on building a successful cosmetics and fragrance line.
“Invictus is a global brand with more than 25,000 employees worldwide, including some of the world’s top talent in the industry,” said Lauren K. Bowers, CEO and co-founder of Invid.
“Our goal is to offer high-quality, innovative and affordable beauty products for women who want to feel comfortable in their skin, and we’re excited to bring the beauty of the Invincible brand to women around the world.
We will continue to work with the best brands to bring innovative products that make people feel great in their own skin.”
This article has been updated to include an image of the packaging of the invictuses masks.