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Foil Arms And Hog Sum Up The Desperation For A Lockdown Haircut

Foil Arms And Hog Sum Up The Desperation For A Lockdown Haircut
By Gary Connaughton Updated

What has been the toughest part of the lockdown? There's no shortage of things we miss: seeing friends and family on a consistent basis, going for a quiet pint down the local, heading off on holidays, or just having the general freedom of everyday life.

However, little has been tougher than to deal with the car crash that is our hair.

If you were one of the ones brave enough to take a razor to it, you probably don't have much of an issue at the minute, but if you are one of the many who didn't have the guts to shave it off, you're probably looking a bit ridiculous right now.

The struggle is real, and with barbers and hairdressers set to remain shut until July, things will get worse before they get better.

We definitely won't be taking the luxury of a haircut for granted again, with a new video from Foil Arms and Hog summing up everyone's feelings on the subject.

The Irish comedy trio have been on fire since the start of the lockdown, putting out some cracking videos on their YouTube channel.

They were back with another offering this morning, this time based around the desperation for lockdown haircuts.



Cracking stuff.

Believe it or not, the blackmarket haircut is very much a real phenomenon at the minute. RTÉ reported earlier this month that many people were offering hairdressing services from their homes, often charging up to four times the regular price for the service.


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