- A young boy was recorded at work and people could not get enough of his skills
- The video showed the unnamed boy busy plaiting a woman's hair and he proved he understood hairdressing
- He partitioned her hair diligently and wove the lines at the speed of lightning
People have complained bitterly about how the long break has turned teens and primary school kids into hard-headed children who lazy around and get into trouble.
However, the case of a young boy is currently changing that narrative.
On Saturday, November 22, a video of a young boy busy at work had people smiling from ear to ear.
The young guy was planting a lady who could not help but admire the work of his hands.
His fingers moved at the speed of lightning as the unnamed chap twisted and plaited his client's hair.
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He was proud of the work he did and he enjoyed every bit of it.
The skilled guy had people praising his talent and wondering just how he got to learn the art of restoring beauty.
He even did it better than trained professionals who have been in the game for years.
He partitioned the braids into smaller portions and fixed them without stress.
The video that was shared on Instagram encouraged a lot of women and a lot of them felt like they needed to have their hair done by a professional.
The pair started plaiting hair while they were still toddlers.
Instead of playing, they watched their mum braiding her customers and practised her techniques on dolls.
The two then started serving clients after mastering the art at a young age.
The duo became famous after a video of their talent made rounds on social media.
Like any serious stylist, the pretty little lady slowly parted her customer’s hair bit by bit and reached out for the braids placed to her left.
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Then she proceeded to twist the hair with amazing precision and the outcome was totally mind-blowing.
The hair made by him looked neat and done by a professional hairdresser.
Legit.ng had recently reported how a 15-year-old Nigerian boy identified as Chinemeogo Asogwa showed his creativity when he constructed a prototype of St Theresa Cathedral, Nsukka, Enugu state.
Chinemeogo, who constructed the prototype with scraps, has shown that age is not an impediment to what people can achieve.
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