Skin fade barber haircut for men - check the description for more details.
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Fringe / top front: 4-6cm
Top back: 4-5cm
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♥ Slikhaar TV is a hairstyling channel for men founded by the twin brothers Emil & Rasmus. We give you new hairstyle inspiration every week: Tutorials, how-to videos, celebrity and footballer hairstyles, and professional tips to optimize your hair and overall style.
guys im wondering how much people who make advertising videos like that get paid. i have an offer from a salon haircut to do them 3 videos a month to be uploaded on instagram/facebook what do you guys think ?
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