Of pomades & bear’s grease

Modern manscaped metrosexuals were not the first to males to use complex cosmetics. Ralph Tapping explores historic examples of male hair-care products  Bear’s grease was popular in England from the seventeenth century as a hair dressing and claims for its efficacy in promoting healthy growth of hair were widely believed. It is doubtful that there

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