Lipstick Effect in Cosmetic Market During Covid-19: Chinese Gen Y Consumers' Willingness to Buy lipstick in the Post-pandemic

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  • Jiayi Han

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/fbem.v7i1.3689

Keywords:

Lipstick Effect, Chinese Gen Y Consumers, Post-pandemic.

Abstract

The crisis brought by the latest Covid-19 pandemic has affected many different aspects of our everyday life, challenging and changing the way we do things. Our make-up behaviours were no exception. In previous periods of recession, cosmetic sales were used as a proxy to outline the economic situation—a phenomenon known as the Lipstick Effect. The aim of this paper is to record women’s cosmetic habits in the aftermath of Covid-19 and to inquire if the Lipstick Effect can still be considered a valuable economic indicator.

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Published

20-12-2022

How to Cite

Han, J. (2022). Lipstick Effect in Cosmetic Market During Covid-19: Chinese Gen Y Consumers’ Willingness to Buy lipstick in the Post-pandemic. Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management, 7(1), 21–23. https://doi.org/10.54097/fbem.v7i1.3689

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