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  • Lockdown empowers women to embrace natural beauty
  • Lockdown empowers women to embrace natural beauty
    Muhammadtaha Ibrahim Ma'aji (2020) ©
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Lockdown empowers women to embrace natural beauty

With many beauty salons forced to shut up shop during lockdown, typical routines were thrown into disarray. But as people channelled their anxiety into more sophisticated at-home self-care routines, ideals around beauty were reset. And post-lockdown, the natural look is back en vogue.

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