NEW YORK — Penny-pinching consumers are looking for bargain basement beauty.
That’s fueling the growth of value stores, where much of the merchandise is sold for $1. Cosmetics and health and beauty care items are among the biggest pulling items at value stores. "If a customer buys something and it is the wrong color or they don’t like it, they are only out a buck," said industry consultant Allan Mottus.
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