April 20, 2020 7:13:57 pm
Barbershops and salons are closed across the world due to lockdowns to prevent the spread of Covid-19, and many people are taking matters, or scissors into their own hands.
There are cuts, trims and even dye jobs that are being done at home and people are sharing the results with #Coronacut on social media. While some people nailed their haircuts others ended up with bangs and uneven layers.
Recently, UP’s Minister of State for Basic Education Satish Dwivedi was seen giving his son a haircut at home.
— Dr Satish Dwivedi (@drdwivedisatish) April 17, 2020
Former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar also decided to experiment with giving himself a hairdo. And here’s the result:
The 46-year-old former Indian batsman shared several pictures of him cutting his hair and they have received over 10 lakh likes.
Here are some of the other most notable results from across the world:
In case you’re thinking about giving yourself a #coronacut, these may convince you to wait.
You’re welcome. 🤗😘 pic.twitter.com/35lw33BfVc
— Wendy Hewlett ~ Author (@WendyHewlett) April 17, 2020
— Katelin Crossing (@lilylightninbug) April 19, 2020
— Brandon Hanson (@BGLHanson15) April 19, 2020
— Pete McKee (@PeteMcKee_TD) April 19, 2020
— David Slater (@DaveSlatesEvo) April 19, 2020
— Wesley Shackley (@shackleton_east) April 17, 2020
— Brandon Sheffert (@BrandonSheffert) April 19, 2020
I gave myself a #coronacut short back and sides yesterday with some new clippers. And it didn’t go so badly (well, not badly enough that I resorted to Plan B – an all over cut). https://t.co/nxrTHbiQ6B pic.twitter.com/QnaLOmQOVC
— Chris (@ulster_exile) April 19, 2020
— Gerald Shields (@ImGeraldMan) April 18, 2020
— STAY AT HOME (@WestEndFi) April 18, 2020
As this piece pointed out, there’s not too much of a downside to a self-administered hairdo: “If you succeed, you will be left with a great haircut, and if you don’t do that great of a job, at least you tried. Besides, no one will really be seeing you for a while.”
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