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More South Korean Men Wear Make-Up, Boosting Male Beauty Market

January 16, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Sales of men’s skincare products in South Korea rose more than 80 percent in the past five years. Driven by the country’s weakening economy and competitive job market, the men’s cosmetics segment now accounts for 10 percent of South Korea’s $10 billion beauty market. Toners, lotions, and BB creams are some of the favorite skincare products of male consumers, who are increasingly convinced that putting on makeup helps improve their self-confidence and, consequently, their chances of landing a job or finding a new partner.
Miranda Larbi , "Men in South Korea are wearing make-up to boost their self-confidence", Metro.co.uk, January 16, 2017, © Associated Newspapers Limited
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