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First haircut since lockdown: Before and after

Cohl S poses before her first haircut (left) since the easing of lockdown rules and after getting it done (right), at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London.  REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Cohl S poses before her first haircut (left) since the easing of lockdown rules and after getting it done (right), at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Cohl S poses before her first haircut (left) since the easing of lockdown rules and after getting it done (right), at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Claire Neal at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Claire Neal at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Claire Neal at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Seyi Ogunniyi at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Seyi Ogunniyi at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Seyi Ogunniyi at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Denis Wild in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Denis Wild in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Denis Wild in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Theo Adams at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Theo Adams at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Theo Adams at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Tanya Foxe at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Tanya Foxe at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Tanya Foxe at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Jordan Anwar at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Jordan Anwar at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Jordan Anwar at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Jon Guttridge at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Jon Guttridge at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Jon Guttridge at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Helen Abrams at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Helen Abrams at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Helen Abrams at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Nathan Joseph in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Nathan Joseph in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Nathan Joseph in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Daniel Cambridge at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Daniel Cambridge at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Daniel Cambridge at the Butchers Salon, in Shoreditch, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Dennis Akinniyi at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Dennis Akinniyi at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Dennis Akinniyi at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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Antony Greghukh at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Antony Greghukh at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Antony Greghukh at the HairForce One barbers, in Romford, London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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