Locked in lockdown! People share photos of their disastrous hairstyles at home – and joke ‘it’s a good thing we insulate!’
- Boris Johnson has stated that all salons and hairdressers are closed for coronavirus locking
- As a result, people have cut their own hair with disastrous results
- Femail takes a look at the most bizarre lockdown looks, from skin fading to funky fringes
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As the land shuts down and all the non-essential shops and salons close, people turn to the scissors and razors to give themselves a makeover.
And while Boris Johnson states that all hairdressers are closed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many are trying to do their own hair at home, often with disastrous results.
From malfunctioning mohawks to funky fringes, many fed by the boredom of isolation find that cutting their own hair isn’t as easy as they think.
Here, Femail looks at the biggest hair that fails due to skin fading gone wrong to uneven ends.
Daniel Rundle, from Durham, said he was happy to isolate himself after his girlfriend Sophie gave him a skin blur, which went very wrong
Matty MacGregor, shared a photo of his homemade mohawk, saying he joined the trend at home
West Ham fan Tom Williams said his hair was ‘really good’ after attempting to get the skin cut at home
Gala Stancev, from Yarm in North Yorkshire, shared a series of crying emojis about her disastrous’ do
Martin Stevenson from Dundee shared a photo of his missed buzzcut on Twitter
Jar told other feelings that he “knows the feeling” of a bad haircut showing his half-finished blur
22-year-old Lara made an unfortunate mistake cutting her bangs. In what was undoubtedly an attempt to make the hair more workable by getting it wet, she accidentally cut a huge triangle in her hair
Tommy, 22, looks like race streaks cut in his hair as it ends up at a bizarre point at the end
Ollie, 22, seems to be kind of tougher, with hair of varying lengths
Matt, 20, also tried to do a skin fade before showing her an acquired and practiced skill
In an effort to get the lockdown look, Harry, 23, tried to cut himself a bowl but got a lid-like haircut
Jim, 20, appears to have cut a shortened version of a bowl, with a very short blur on his head
An unnamed lady took to Instagram and wrote, ‘Good morning faux hawk ?! #bedhead #quarantinehair ‘
Elsewhere, Fardid admitted he needed a hairdresser and wrote, “Quarantine Day 3: Trying to cut my hair with immediate regret.”
Max from England wrote: ‘Day 8 of quarantine and I decided to try and cut my own hair because the hairdresser has also gotten into isolation, it was not going well but it could have been worse. In a few days, improvements will be made on my next attempt. ‘