Makeup Remover Market Size 2020 Industry Research, Share, Analysis, Demand, Growth, Segmentation, Manufacturers, Forecasts to 2026

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Oct 01, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
“Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.”

Global “Makeup Remover Market” report 2020 gives complete research on market size in the form of value, capacity, production and consumption in key regions like North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (China, Japan) and other regions. Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Makeup Remover market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource. The segmental analysis focuses on Makeup Remover industry revenue and forecast by Type and by Application in terms of revenue and forecast for the period 2015-2026.

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Makeup Remover Market Summary: Most makeup removers are harmless for your skin, but ingredients matter.Although quick

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Make-up company WULT apologises after naming blush after Anne Frank

 (Woke Up Like This)
(Woke Up Like This)

A make-up company has issued an apology after being criticised for selling a product named after Anne Frank.

Woke Up Like This (WULT), a beauty brand based in Hong Kong, recently released a range of liquid blushes called the “Face Dab” collection.

According to an article published in Time Out Hong Kong – which has since been taken down – the aim of the collection was to “promote Sexual Health Awareness Month by naming the products after inspiring, famous women in hopes to inspire WULT customers to live their dreams and break through gender barriers”, Jewish newspaper The Algemeiner reported.

The range features blushes named after well-known female figures, with the “Viva La Frida” blush being named after artist Frida Kahlo, “In Woolf’s Words” being named after writer Virginia Woolf, “Lift Like Melinda” being named after philanthropist Melinda Gates, and “The Ray of Rosalind” taking

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Is the fox-eye makeup trend racially insensitive? Here’s what Asian cosmetic experts had to say

Whether you’re scrolling through TikTok or seeing your favorite influencers’ posts on social media, you may have (knowingly or unknowingly) come across the viral fox-eye trend.

The latest makeup fad involves using eyeliner, concealer, false lashes and other cosmetics to emulate the elongated look of almond-shaped eyes – one that resembles, you guessed it, a fox.

The look is fairly easy to achieve. Legacy makeup brand Maybelline‘s tutorial explains how to do it in only six steps, and Gigi Hadid’s makeup artist Erin Parsons showcased the look in a four minute Instagram video.

Eyeliner is often used to elongate the outer and inner corners of the eyes, while concealer can minimize the eyebrow’s arch to create a straight-brow look. A popular trademark of the fox-eye trend, however, is its pose. Wearers of the new fad have been showcasing their completed makeup by pulling back the corner of their eyes. 

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Expert shopping: Makeup during coronavirus

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Bronze skin, dewy cheekbones and vibrant lips are the usual beauty calling cards for the summer season. However, now that more than half of the United States has mandated face mask requirements in public spaces and social distancing has become the new normal, makeup enthusiasts are learning to adapt their beauty routines.

The celebrity and editorial makeup artists that we spoke with agree: Everyday beauty trends have pivoted during the coronavirus era. “Women have shifted to a more natural look, but still want to feel beautiful,” says Scott Barnes, longtime makeup artist to Jennifer Lopez and founder of his eponymous color

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