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  • How beauty products become iconic
  • How beauty products become iconic
    Andy Rennie ©
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How beauty products become iconic

While it may seem that paying for celebrity endorsements will instantly make an item popular, many people actually distrust celeb campaigns, especially when it comes to beauty products. Instead people are more likely to buy a lipstick if family and friends recommend it.

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