How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

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A rare hairdresser can boast that he has never received complaints from dissatisfied customers. This Chinese master turns haircuts into real masterpieces. Moreover, he creates stunning pictures of cut hair right on the floor of the salon.

Admire the amazing works of art of the Chinese master of scissors and combs.How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of artAllen Chen works at the salon "XB Hair Professional" in the Taiwanese city of Changhua. The young man made a splash in the Chinese Internet space after publishing photos and videos of his amazing works.

In addition to perfect haircuts, the master creates amazingly realistic pictures of clients' trimmed hair right on the salon floor. The posts of a skilled hairdresser have been viewed by millions of people and, looking at these masterpieces, you understand why people like them so much.How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of artHow a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of artHow a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of artHow a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of artHow a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art

How a Chinese hairdresser turns cut hair into works of art Paintings can be created not only on the canvas with the help of paints, but also on the floor, using shorn hair for this. This young barber is a real artist, despite the fact that instead of a brush he has scissors in his hands. It's just a pity that these masterpieces are short-lived and disappear after one sweep of the broom.

Keywords: Hair | Art | Paintings | China | Clients | Scissors | Boyfriend | Hairdresser | Floor | Salon | Haircuts | Creativity | Masterpieces

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