Barber Shop Swamped With Customers After Defying Shutdown Order

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Recent scenes from Snohomish show a barbershop being completely swamped with customers after the owner decided to reopen his business’ doors.

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There are plenty of us out there who take our hair very seriously.

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A person’s hair is often the defining feature of their overall appearance so, understandably, many of us take immense pride in our heads of hair.

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Long hair, short hair, curly hair, straight hair, no hair… There are so many ways in which you can style your locks.

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From losing their locks to exposing their gray, it can be because of an array of different reasons.

New York City clinical psychologist, Vivian Diller, explained how some people’s heads of hair are a lot more than just hair to them. “Some women/men view their hair as an aspect of their identity,” explained Diller. “It’s very internal…”

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And some even insist that a person’s hair is the primary source of their beauty so they want to maintain it to the highest of levels.

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You don’t realize how good something was until its gone.

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Going to the hair salon or the barber is now no longer an option.

And many have been going to desperate measures to keep themselves well-groomed.

That cutting your own hair really isn’t as easy as it looks.

And the results have been catastrophic.

Because we most certainly aren’t!

But they aren’t the only ones.

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Independent salons and barbers have been losing an awful amount of money whilst they have had their doors shut which has been piling stress employees who are now struggling to make ends meet.

But now, it seems that some businesses think that enough is enough.

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Recent scenes in Snohomish, Washington seem to prove that barbers are now back open for business.

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Despite government advice to remain shut until further notice.

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KOMO News reported that when the shop opened on Saturday, there simply wasn’t enough time in the day to see all of the customers who had queued up eagerly outside.

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Which was the first time in the business’ history that they opened on a Sunday.

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“I never expected all this to happen,” Bob explained, “The last time I shut it down was when I took a pack of string and went hunting in Idaho.”

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Bob defied this order and has welcomed back his customers early.

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“I just don’t believe what’s going on,” Bob said, including the fact that he felt like he got the green light after the Snohomish County sheriff said he wouldn’t prosecute any business that decided to reopen its doors.

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“I think it’s fantastic,” said customer Eddie Donovan. “I think more people are going to suffer from not being able to pay their bills than will ever suffer from the virus.”

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“Wow. So thoughtful….just means an extended stay at home order and some of us that are in Phase 3 waiting even longer to get back to work because our businesses can’t open. Selfish. I’d like to go back to work too,” one annoyed Facebook user wrote.

But in the meantime, it is important to remember that people need to earn a living during these difficult times. Keep scrolling to read about the LA skate park that was filled with sand to prevent people from breaking lockdown rules…