A plastic covers make-up products at a Sephora store in Paris, France. With so much of our face covered by a face mask, can lipstick sales survive the coronavirus? Photo: Reuters A plastic covers make-up products at a Sephora store in Paris, France. With so much of our face covered by a face mask, can lipstick sales survive the coronavirus? Photo: Reuters
A plastic covers make-up products at a Sephora store in Paris, France. With so much of our face covered by a face mask, can lipstick sales survive the coronavirus? Photo: Reuters
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Kylie Jenner beware? How lipstick is suffering amid face masks, but shouldn’t be counted out just yet

  • Although people are forgoing lipstick when they wear a surgical mask or face covering, some women will still apply some for Zoom and FaceTime meetings
  • A richly painted mouth has been a top make-up trend recently thanks in part to Jenner, but even her make-up line has taken a hit

Topic |   Beauty
A plastic covers make-up products at a Sephora store in Paris, France. With so much of our face covered by a face mask, can lipstick sales survive the coronavirus? Photo: Reuters A plastic covers make-up products at a Sephora store in Paris, France. With so much of our face covered by a face mask, can lipstick sales survive the coronavirus? Photo: Reuters
A plastic covers make-up products at a Sephora store in Paris, France. With so much of our face covered by a face mask, can lipstick sales survive the coronavirus? Photo: Reuters
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