She is trying to put white powder on her cheeks, nose and black colour on her lips and the tip of her nose
As Japanese businessmen flock to salons, brands take steps to bring makeup to more men amid pandemic
Japanese businessmen in their 40s, 50s and 60s who had little interest in cosmetics before the pandemic are increasingly visiting salons, hoping for a better look in online meetings.
Films in the time of COVID-19: Scarce crews, PPE kits — what will the industry look like post-lockdown?
From the doubling of budgets to account for masks and sanitisers, to more projects being released directly on streaming platforms, the very face of Bollywood is likely to change in a post-lockdown world
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President Emmanuel Macron's office has confirmed a report that the French leader spent 26,000 euros ($30,695) on makeup during his first three months in power, and says it's trying to find a cheaper alternative
Desperate to brighten up the gloom of Thai prison life, Prontip Mankong and her fellow female inmates used to sneak food colouring from the kitchen and mix it with vaseline to create a homemade lipstick.
Grace Choi, a Harvard Business School graduate, has come up with 3D printer called Mink that can replicate any colour into an instantly wearable cosmetic.
Cho Won-hyuk stands in front of his bedroom mirror and spreads dollops of yellow-brown makeup over his forehead, nose, chin and cheeks until his skin is flawless. Then he goes to work with a black pencil, highlighting his eyebrows until they're thicker, bolder.