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  • Virtual barber makes quality trims accessible in lockdown
  • Virtual barber makes quality trims accessible in lockdown
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Virtual barber makes quality trims accessible in lockdown

A lockdown may be the perfect time to experiment with new looks, but some people just want to maintain their regular appearance. One entrepreneur has clocked on to this and launched a virtual barbershop, where professional hair stylists guide visitors through a trim via video chat.

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