Flori Roberts @The Muse Cosmetics
The Muse Cosmetics in-house make-up artist Kayanda Walker (left) gives Tamra Waul-Douglas, AVP, Wealth Management at NCB Capital Markets, a soft glam look. (Photographer: Garfield Robinson & themuseja.com)

Make-up distributor The Muse Cosmetics had its grand opening at its newly minted Winchester Business Centre location on October 26, 2023. The beauty haven, helmed by make-up artist and event planner Sophia Butler, will be the exclusive distributor for the luxe cosmetic line, Flori Roberts.

At the opening, Butler shared her excitement about bringing Flori Roberts back to Jamaica. "Flori Roberts is not a new product to Jamaica; it is a revamped luxury line that has returned to the market... little surprise really when one considers the high quality that Flori Roberts stands for and how it has stood the test of time. We're very honoured to have the privilege of representing this classic brand," she said.

"We plan to represent this brand well," she continued. "The whole idea of Flori Roberts is that they love to bring luxury to women of colour, they love to address the needs of women of colour, and so we have this new line of skin and make-up products with something for everyone that will make you look like yourself and feel confident. Once you test the make-up you're going to fall in love with it, as I have."

Tuesday Style Dryer (TSD) highlights a few moments and products from Flori Roberts at The Muse Cosmetics.

The Muse Cosmetics (TMC)


(876) 671-0433

Shop 30, Winchester Business Centre

15 Hope Road

Kingston 5

Flori Roberts Demi Matte Lipstick - Hot Honey
Principal of The Muse Cosmetics Sophia Butler (right) introduces the Flori Roberts make-up line to content creators Chanel DaCosta (left) and Kristia Franklin.
The Muse Cosmetics in-house make-up artist Kayanda Walker is all set to introduce patrons to Flori Roberts,
Entertainment reporter Janice Young gets glammed up.
Chanel DaCosta was eager to check out the Flori Roberts Cream to Powder.
Flori Roberts Cream to Powder

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