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Angola's 'traveling' beauty salons

Open-air beauty salons are dotted across Angola's streets and squares. Young men become "unheiros," or manicurists, to pay for their studies and support their families.

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Male manicurists, or "unheiros," are a common sight in Cuito, central Angola. Most of their clients are men aged 15 to 35. This male grooming is done by young people wanting to support families and pay for studies.