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Young men are becoming increasingly “gender fluid” in many ways, including their acceptance of personal-care products that previously were the province of women, a new study by Frankel has found.

Boys as young as 16 are more open to items such as eye gels, self-tanners, tattoolike eye liners and body-hair removers, according to the Chicago agency’s research.

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