- A barber has transformed a model's hair into a beautiful work of art after designing five female faces on it
- The women the barber drew on the model's hair also have their own hair
- Twitter users have taken to the platform to share their thoughts on this creativity as some joked about it
A barber has got social media talking after showcasing what many will describe as creativity at its best.
In a video shared on Twitter by @cctv_idiots, a young man's hair was designed with five female faces. Each of the artwork on the man's hair has its own hairstyle.
Gone are the days when barbers didn't realise they could do more than just barb hair. In recent times, hairstyles are becoming beautiful work of art.
The man's hairstyle has generated reactions on Twitter as some tweeps took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
A Twitter user with the handle @EMF_7 believes ladies would freak out if the man approaches them.
"I really can't see him getting close to any Women without them freaking out...."
"She’s behind you. Well it is approaching pantomime season. Oh yes it is ..."
Im hoping that those are drawn/henna and not ta2...but I think they are probably tats.."
Below are other reactions:
In an earlier report by Legit.ng, a barber drew an image of football legend Cristiano Ronaldo on the left side of a model's head.
The image, which was drawn with scissors, looked so real that one would think it was painted.
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Nigerian barbers have also been showcasing their barbing skills and making the profession attractive to those who may be interested in going into it for a living.
One with the Twitter handle @Topzycut became an internet sensation for giving a super haircut. In a tweet on Monday, September 21, the young talented barber shared a set of pictures showing the amazing haircut he gave his model with leaf design by the side and what looks like flying birds close to it.
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