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  • Indian start-up banks on male grooming
  • Indian start-up banks on male grooming
    The Man Company (2015) ©
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Indian start-up banks on male grooming

Men in India, like men in many other places, are not traditionally expected to take care of their looks. But with brands increasingly offering male-friendly beauty products, this orthodoxy is slipping. And new start-up The Man Company offers a place online to buy them all.

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