Concealer Products Most Approved In Stigmatized Men’s Makeup
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Market research firm Canadean says 12% of men and 14% of women polled in the U.K. support men’s use of makeup to cover acne traces or age spots, whereas just 7% and 5%, respectively, are on board with men using decorative makeup such as mascara or blusher. Brands with cosmetics targeted to men include Clinique for Men, EvolutionMan, KENMEN, 4VOO and Menaji.
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