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UK's Men-ü Skincare and Hair Products Comes to the U.S.

Anne Moratto | June 16, 2016 | 11:54 AM

Madison Avenue Beauty has secured a distribution agreement with men-ü, a professional men’s brand out of the UK. The comprehensive men-ü range of skincare and hair products includes the recently launched LIQUIFFLEX styling product and  PRO BLACK shaving brush. 

“men-ü is a Great British grooming brand with significant products & resources behind it & we look forward to helping them achieve their goal of introducing more US men to quality grooming," George T. Eliades, Executive Director at Madison Avenue Beauty says. 

Graham Fish, Founder & Director at men-ü says, "What drives us to invest in a market is the right trading partner & with George Eliades at the helm it was a no brainer for us. George is not only a lovely guy, liked by many in the professional business but also very experienced. George & his team really get what we are about & that is offering products for men that are different to make a difference – how else does one introduce more men to quality grooming? Just being “on trend” moves current buyers of professional products from one brand to another in our experience & the Madison team agree. So a meeting of like minds looking for like-minded professional salons & barbers who would like to work with us.”

 www.men-u.com / www.madisonavenuebeauty.com

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