Batik is becoming an extremely popular cosmetic for Asian celebrities, with more than 1,200 brands selling the color and color-enhancing makeup to date.

One of the biggest selling points of batik is its color and scent.

The company’s website describes the scent as a “synthetic fragrance that is infused with a touch of green.”

The company is also selling masks and creams that are made from batik powder, which is made from the skin of the Asian elephant seal.

Batik has become a staple for Asian beauty brands, but the price tag is a little higher than what you might pay for the actual product.

The product has also been called “cheap and easy,” and a lot of people will say, “Wow, it smells like batik.”

Some Asian celebrities have been selling their own batik products on their own websites, including the recently launched Batik Bum.

The Batik Bisang Batik mask is a popular mask that is sold online for $10 and comes in a variety of colors.

The $10 price tag also comes with a $10 shipping charge, which you can read about below.

While you can purchase a mask at a local pharmacy, many Asian brands use online retailers like Amazon, Walgreens and Costco to sell their batik-containing products.

Bat-themed makeup brands are also finding success in Asia, including Bumi, which sells products made from a bat-shaped mask.

Bati Bum, a Korean brand that sells masks with a bat motif, launched in April and has already sold more than 20,000 masks, according to The Korea Herald.

Some of the top sellers of bat-themed masks include brands like Alyssa Milano, Alyssia Miller, Bae Kim and Kim Jung Hyun.

The mask has also made the news in the U.S. in a video posted on YouTube in October that was viewed more than 11 million times.

While Asian celebrities such as Kim Jung Il and Kim Bo Jong have been seen wearing batik masks in recent months, most Asian beauty companies are still hesitant to go with bats.

While bats have been used for centuries, many experts are still unsure of the best use of the animals in cosmetic products.

The use of bats has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for decades and has been widely accepted in Asian cultures.

Some traditional Asian cultures even claim bats are good for heart health, though that hasn’t been confirmed by scientific studies.