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Market For Men's Beauty Products And Services Growing Fast In UK, Analysts Say

September 13, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
The market for men’s grooming and beauty products is growing rapidly in the UK, with Debenhams reporting men spent 24 percent more on grooming products in 2013 than in the same period in 2012. Also, the retailer valued the male skincare market in the country at around £600 million. In September 2013, leading fashion designers Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs are launching new cosmetics lines aimed at male consumers. Beauty salons catering to male consumers are also flourishing, with manicures, shaves, and spa treatments that have been a part of barbershops’ traditional offerings are being discovered by new UK customers. Removal of hair below the neck is also increasingly becoming popular, with the service becoming the second most popular treatment for men, according to a survey of beauty professionals in the country.
Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett , "Makeup, manicures and manscaping: how male grooming went mainstream", The Guardian, September 13, 2013, © Guardian News and Media Limited
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