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Weeks into lockdown this is the reality for some, after attempting a DIY cut - or even letting their kids have a go. View original tweet on Twitter For one council leader the DIY hair disaster could not have happened at a worse time. Edward Rees said he had seen "wedges and dodgg where clients had tried to shave their partner's hair.

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