Male cosmetics companies are refusing to supply female-friendly products to male customers in an attempt to maintain profits.
The products are known as “mala” cosmetics and are manufactured by male-owned companies, such as L’Oreal and Lancome.
They are marketed as an alternative to traditional men’s cosmetics and also to the male cosmetic industry.
In a recent statement, L’Oréal said it does not supply the products to female customers because it does “not want to compromise our brand and reputation”.
L’Asociateur de Beauté de France (ABA) also said it would not supply products made by male cosmetic companies.
In its statement, the French association said it had been forced to stop supplying products made from a male-controlled company.
However, the ABA’s president, Gilles Gaudry, said that ABA would continue to supply products to the companies it did not consider sexist.
“I am convinced that it is possible to make these products more feminine,” he said.
A spokeswoman for Lancome said that while it was a difficult decision, it would continue “to support the business of the L’Ascorbée brand, in line with our long-standing values”. “
If the market for male-made products is not as attractive as for women, I think it is important to do something about it.”
A spokeswoman for Lancome said that while it was a difficult decision, it would continue “to support the business of the L’Ascorbée brand, in line with our long-standing values”.
“We respect all women who choose to wear makeup, but our position remains the same,” she said.
The ABA said that it would also consider making cosmetic products more attractive to women by working with the female-owned company to develop products which could appeal to both genders.
“This is a challenge that all male-run companies face in the market, with the exception of cosmetics, where we are already working to make our products more accessible to women,” the AHA said.
L’Anthony said that the association had not received any complaints about its female-only products.
“The male-only business has not received a single complaint,” she told The Irish News.
“L’Anphony products are for all men.
I am not a homophobe, and my products are made to look like men.”
The AHA did not respond to The Irish Daily Mail’s request for comment.