Behind the glitz and glam: Makeup artists share their bitter-sweet stories – Punch Newspapers

These days, with the help of social media, the society has raised the bar on the business of looking good, a situation that has created a noble source of income for many young men and women in the country, now known as make-up artists or MUAs.

~ Punch

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