- A young man has taken the occupation of cutting and styling hair to a whole new level
- In a video making the rounds, the barber identified as Ali Abbas was captured using a butcher's knife, broken glass and hammer to style his customer's hair
- Ali said he loves to do things differently and that informed his hair-cutting approach
A young man has raised the bar as far as hair-cutting is concerned.
The man identified as Ali Abbas uses unconventional equipment and approach to styling and cutting both his male and female customers hairs.
Ali Abbas instead of using a clipper uses a butcher's knife, broken glass and hammer to cut and style customers hair.
Ali who hails from Lahore in Pakistan has gone viral on social media for his technique.
In an interview with ARY News, Ali speaking in their native language said he likes to do something new every day.
News18 captured his response on his unique method:
“I want to try something new every day. I’ve used a hammer and nails even, to cut people's hair. I experimented and practiced this method for over a year and have been successful.”
In the viral YouTube video, his customers gave a good report of the technique.
One of his customers, a female said:
"I am really satisfied. During the process, I was slightly scared but it's really good."
Another, a male, told newsmen who visited Ali's hair cut shop that:
"I will visit Ali next time as well and try different haircuts. It is really good."
The viral video has been watched over 61k times.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported a viral hilarious video of a barber showing his prowess as he gave his client a haircut.
The hilarious video was shared on Twitter by a user identified as Rahm3sh saying that they need more barbers like him.
The video shows the barber checking the customer from every possible angle to make sure that his hair looks absolutely perfect.
The customer could be seen laughing at the man at some point when he goes outside to check if he has been able to achieve the right hairstyle.
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