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  • Live streaming personalizes virtual beauty shopping
  • Live streaming personalizes virtual beauty shopping
    Ana Tavares (2018) ©
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Live streaming personalizes virtual beauty shopping

Already popular in China and South Korea, shoppable live streaming is becoming a way for US beauty brands to tempt consumers while in-store shopping remains limited. And with personalized elements that enhance the experience, this type of shopping looks set to stick.

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