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More than 90 students from throughout the area were treated to free back-to-school haircuts thanks to Alexandria and Fairfax County firefighters who sponsored the second annual Cuts for Kids Day Aug. 27 at the Gum Springs Recreation Center.
Gary Bailey finishes up a trim on Robert Overbey.
Marvin Goldsmith of Marvin’s Barber & Beauty in the Marcel Center sets up his tools ...
Jeremiah Hagans, a Head-Start student is Marvin Goldsmith’s first client of the day.
Fairfax County firefighter and professional barber Craig White works on Marquis Hagans. The firefighters hosted ...
Fairfax County Firefighter and professional barber Hakim Newsome and Demari Patterson.
Modine the clown hams it up with Robert Overbey in the gym at the Gum ...
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Just as spring is the perfect excuse to add to your wardrobe or try out some new approaches to style, a fresh haircut can give you just the pep you need as the sun starts to shine. This year, it's all about variations on three classics: long hair, the short back and sides and the crop. Organic shampoo for greasy hair
Two schoolboys were hauled out of class and taught in isolation - over their 'extreme' side parting hair cuts. Kieran Roberts, 12, and his pal Dan Scrawley, 13, got the trendy style at the weekend and got the barber to shave high up the sides of their heads. But they were immediately taken out out of lessons by teachers and when their families found out they were given authorisation to take them home.
Their guardians insist their hair is grade two - complying with school rules - and have blasted Sir John Hunt Community Sports College in Plymouth, Devon. Keiran's dad William, 50, said he won't "back down" and his son will get the same cut next time he visits the barber. The Hair Rebuild Program
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