who wants a haircut like their dad’s ? this shop claims to be a specialist in afro caribbean and european hair cuts. i hadn’t thought that the European hair was a particular genre of the hair cutting game, but it must be.
i also like how there’s some wire hanging in front of the ‘uni’ of unisex suggesting a very different sort of place.
the laundrette next door is good too. but have you ever seen a laundrette which isn’t incredibly photogenic ?
i realised today that i walk past a number of ‘before and after’ adverts so i undertook to photo them for you.
here’s the first. it’s advertising “hi-lites” but neither the before or after pictures look very convincing. this poor chap looks as disappointed after as he did before.
then there’s this chap. he looks a bit happier at the end, but the wording is a bit disturbing ‘stays on better?’
but my all time favourite has to be this one which i thought was a missing person advert. then i read ‘trial’ and thought it must be one of those social-injustice posters. but instead it’s some sort of advert for something which takes 6 months.
this woman certainly looks a lot sadder after only 6 months which is a shame.