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This Barber Shaves Portraits Of Celebrities Into Guys’ Hair And It’s Super Cool And Also Super Weird

This Barber Shaves Portraits Of Celebrities Into Guys' Hair And It's Super Cool And Also Super Weird

I don’t know about you, but I hate getting my hair cut. The lady always takes off way more than what we discuss, and I leave wanting to pull a Kylie Jenner and desperately clip some cheap extensions onto my head while draining a bottle of wine and crying over a picture of my prior self. The only thing worse than leaving a salon with a slightly shorter cut than I expected would be leaving with a portrait of Kim Kardashian etched into my scalp. But, as it turns out, some people actually choose to sport portraits of celebrities on their heads, because reasons.

The genius behind this art is Rob Ferrel, a barber based in San Antonio. He’s known as “Rob The Original,” and when he’s not giving normal haircuts to normal people, he spends his time creating shaved portraits on weirdos’ heads. I want to make fun of the idea, but Rob’s got some mad skills and the portraits actually come out pretty great. The cuts apparently cost anywhere from $50 to $200, and you can even bring in a picture of a friend or yourself to have him work off of. I can think of no better way for my boyfriend to repel women than by having my bitch face embedded into his scalp. Take a look at Rob’s work below.


A photo posted by Rob Ferrel (@robtheoriginal) on


A photo posted by Rob Ferrel (@robtheoriginal) on


A photo posted by Rob Ferrel (@robtheoriginal) on


A photo posted by Rob Ferrel (@robtheoriginal) on


A photo posted by Rob Ferrel (@robtheoriginal) on


A photo posted by Rob Ferrel (@robtheoriginal) on


A photo posted by Rob Ferrel (@robtheoriginal) on


A photo posted by Rob Ferrel (@robtheoriginal) on


A photo posted by Rob Ferrel (@robtheoriginal) on


A photo posted by Rob Ferrel (@robtheoriginal) on

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Lucky Jo

Lucky Jo is a former and current TSM writer who likes her men how she likes her coffee: way too hot and unforgivably bitter. She graduated from the University of Missouri in 2016, proving that C's do in fact get degrees. She now spends her days working for a social media marketing agency, hiking with her dachshund, and trying to bring back the scrunchie. Hate mail and goat memes can be sent to lucyjmulvihill@gmail.com.

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