The cosmetics industry is struggling on two fronts. As the squeeze on all our budgets really starts to bite people are looking for ways to cut their spending.But the pandemic has also given some women the self-confidence to try going make-up free, or to let their hair go grey.Skin care products have not seen the same decline as cosmetics though, as we’ve moisturised with enthusiasm after all the anti-bac gel. And self-care has become an important buzz word in these difficult times.Overall it seems people are reluctant to spend on what might be seen as frivolous, but happier to splurge on something that feels like it’s doing them good.
Source: Women wear less make-up since the pandemic – BBC News
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