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Hair to stay: Men embrace grooming trend in Pakistan


Nails are buffed and beards trimmed to the sound of clipping scissors inside the "Men's" salon in Pakistan's capital Islamabad, where a growing number of male patrons are set on revamping their style.

Added on the 22/02/2018 04:00:00 - Copyright : AFP EN

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