Increasing social interactions see cosmetics on the rebound, companies plan new launches
Foundations, compacts and other face make-up used to be the top products in the make-up category before the pandemic. However, with the spread of the novel coronavirus and subsequent lockdowns the use of such products came down hitting their sale badly.
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