George Clooney has lifted the mark on how he cuts his hair – and it will be done using a device that not many people have heard of.
Barber shops were forced to close their doors to customers during the lockout. As a result, people have no choice but to learn how to cut their own hair.
Many chose to use the number three or number four blades around his head to play it safe while others tried to mimic the way he provided it to his barber in a completely pale way.
But where his DYY haircuts failed miserably, the Hollywood actor successfully cut his own hair – and he did it all with a flabby.
Appearing on American television talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live, Clooney, who owns a estate in Sonning, said: “I’ve been doing this for years. I’ve been doing this for 22 years.
“I think my assistant broke it after he turned off the original television, and then you couldn’t find him for a while.”
The device is so good that it only takes two minutes for a haircut.
In a separate interview with CBS Sunday Morning, he added: “My hair is like a straw and so it’s easy to cut. There really aren’t many mistakes to be made.
“My haircuts literally take two minutes.”
What is Flobby?
Flobby is an electric vacuum cleaner designed by a San Diego, California carpenter named Rick Hunts, who lets people cut their own hair.
The idea for the hunter for the haircut came when he had to use a traditional hoover to suck sawdust from his hair.
Initially, he sold it from inside his garage. But after a few live performances at the local county fair, interest in his discovery grew rapidly.
As soon as Mr. Clooney talked about the haircut device, the search results for Flobby were shot because people were eager to talk about this haircut device of Clooney.
And low customer traffic Flobby website Which caused their webpage to crash.
Flobby machine, whose price. Is 139.95 And mart lamart, Currently out of stock.
The UK equivalent price for the product is 3 103.
But unfortunately for those living in the UK who want to get their hands on the same device next to Clooney, they are far from lucky because it is not sold in the UK.
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