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MUMBAI: Falguni Nayar joined the rarefied ranks of self-made billionaire women this week as the Indian beauty startup she founded went public and promptly doubled on its trading debut.

Now she’s encouraging more women to seize control.

Nayar runs India’s FSN E-Commerce Ventures Ltd, which raised 53.5 billion rupees (US$720mil or RM2.9bil) in its initial public offering (IPO) and saw shares rise 96% on its first day of trading.

That makes Nayar, who owns about half of the company, worth almost US$7bil (RM29.14bil) and India’s wealthiest self-made female billionaire, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

“Women need to allow the spotlight of their lives to be on themselves,” Nayar said in an interview after the trading debut. “I hope more women like me dare to dream for themselves.”

Nayar founded her company, which runs the e-commerce site Nykaa, in 2012 after working in investment banking and guiding other entrepreneurs through the IPO process.

Back then, most Indian women bought makeup and hair-care products at neighbourhood mom-and-pop stores where the selection was scanty and trials unheard of.

She saw an opportunity in giving customers easy online access to high-end beauty items, complete with tutorials and testimonials.

“India is going to be a huge retail market,” Nayar said. “Indians will aspire for more, their spending power will grow and they’ll increasingly spend on lifestyle brands and services. Nykaa is in a good place.”

The startup has since grown into the country’s leading beauty retailer, buoying online sales with demo videos by glamorous Bollywood actors and celebrities and more than 70 brick-and-mortar stores.

Nykaa, derived from the Sanskrit word for heroine, sells items including exfoliation creams, bridal makeup essentials and hundreds of shades of lipstick, foundation and nail color to suit Indian skin tones, skin types and local weather.

Nayar said there is plenty more opportunity ahead. In the country of 1.3 billion people, men too are beginning to spend on makeup and grooming products.

“We have built the company for multi-year growth to address a very large beauty and fashion e-commerce market in India,” she said. — Bloomberg



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