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  • Fans can shop artists' looks straight from Spotify
  • Fans can shop artists' looks straight from Spotify
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Fans can shop artists' looks straight from Spotify

Spotify is allowing music lovers to ‘shop the look’ of their favorite artists by buying makeup straight off the streaming platform. Rather than taking a cut of the profits, Spotify has launched its makeup offerings as a means of generating revenue for its hard-working and underpaid roster of artists.

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