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'Grooming-joks' spur make-up for men

Asia is renowned for being at the cutting-edge of male grooming. In South Korea, according to government figures, men in their twenties have as many as 13 products lined up on their shelves. Now, cosmetics brands are focusing on normalising BB cream for men.

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