Here is a Stylist Who Cuts Hair With a Blowtorch and Samurai Swords. this maestro has won over the Internet’s heart this week. Here, take a look at Olmedo going all medieval (his words) on
Then he proceeds to slice the hair with swords, or scorch it with a blowtorch at a temperature of 1,300˚C. He even uses a pair of claw-like scissors that fit on his fingers for added effect.
This technique, Olmedo explains, is meant to fix the usual stylist mishap of cutting two sides of your hair unevenly.
File this one under «whatever floats your boat.» As someone with fine, limp hair, I wouldn’t allow this hairstylist near me, but if you have a lot of tresses to spare, it might be less risky.
Taking hairstyling to the extreme, Alberto, who is based in Madrid, asks clients to lean back, draping their hair over the back of the salon chair. He then takes a pair of samurai swords and
This is a video of Madrid salon owner Alberto Olmedo demonstrating some of his unorthodox styling practices, including burning hair with a blowtorch (I love that smell so much I don’t have any hair on my arms), wielding dual samurai swords, and razor talons. No word how many haircuts have turned into accidental blood-lettings.
And swords! And scissor finger-caps! book yourself a ticket to Spain, ’cause there’s a hairstylist there named Alberto Olmedo who will make all your circus-like hair-snipping dreams come true.
Dec 04, 2015 · Swords, rings, fire Alberto Olmedo has a unique method of cutting hair in his Madrid shop. Shot by video journalist Nicole Ris. Subscribe for more videos:
While most stylists seek out continuing education at this point, some go off the deep end and start cutting hair with swords and fire, Fashionista reports. Yes, you read that right.
Alberto Olmedo is a Madrid-based hairdresser who uses Samurai swords, a blowtorch, and finger scissors (just like Edward Scissorhands) to cut his patron’s hair.
Madrid-based stylist prefers samurai swords and blow torches; uses samurai swords to cut his customers’ hair. Which he does by wielding samurai swords and using a mini blowtorch.
Alberto Olmedo. He’s a real barber who owns a real hair salon in Madrid. And yes, he really does cut hair with samurai swords and fire and Wolverine-esque scissor tools.
Combining his swords, blowtorch and wolverine claws, he actually safely delivers his promise for a hair cut, albeit through a nerve-wrecking process.Whether or not torching the hair is actually destroying the hair is another topic of discussion.
The Spanish hairdresser who uses a samurai sword and blow torch After a video showing stylist Alberto Olmedo at work went viral, we dared head over for a trim Compartir en Facebook Compartir en
Oct 27, 2014 · Man cut women’s hair with a samurai sword instead of scissor.