Quarantine haircut photos are being shared across Canada and they're hilariously bad
Quarantine haircut might sound like the name of an edgy '80s rockband, but it's actually a phenomenon that's taking over Canada at the moment.
With barber shops temporarily shuttered, millions of Canadians are being faced with the choice between growing Rapunzel-like locks or taking the more drastic DIY route.
Some Canadians are asking a trusted family member or friend to take scissors to their hair.
Lmfao when your dad doesn’t trust your mom to give him a trim so your man steps in😂😂😂 Quarantine projects erks. Also never thought I’d see this day ever LOL pic.twitter.com/RO0asqcYr1— Sharan Guru (@sharanxguru) April 5, 2020
And a few Canadian men are handing the scissors to their wives.
Not all at-home haircuts are horror stories. My wife filled in capably in a pinch! pic.twitter.com/qBdhv2IphZ— Matt Di Nicolantonio 🍁 (@di_nic) April 6, 2020
While other men are attempting to tackle the problem themselves.
Some quarantine haircuts are going surprisingly well.
Late night hair cut. Also angles pic.twitter.com/ODQGiU0aNR— Viridian Draws (@VirDraws) April 4, 2020
While other quarantine haircuts are going — er — less well.
I was desperate for a haircut so I did it myself. That turns out to have been a mistake. Or, to be exact, two mistakes. pic.twitter.com/OXr2ihV7iC— Andrew Bernstein (@AndrewBernstei9) April 4, 2020
And some haircuts have been straight-up disastrous.
My brother's friends tried to give him a hair cut last night and failed spectacularly. I haven't laughed so hard since before the quarantine 😂 pic.twitter.com/zj8hI9rRO6— skeletyler (@tklongmire) April 3, 2020
With Canadian health officials predicting that the COVID-19 pandemic could last for up to two years, it seems likely that we'll all have to undergo a quarantine haircut at some point.
Just make sure to give the scissors to someone that you trust.
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