The lipstick effect: Why consumers buy small luxuries during economic downturns

The ‘lipstick effect’ is a phenomenon first coined during the Great Depression, where consumers spent money on beauty despite economic hardship.

Source: The lipstick effect: Why consumers buy small luxuries during economic downturns | The Morning Show

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