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If you’ve been staking out hairdressers near George Clooney’s house in the hopes of spotting him, you’ve been wasting your time.
It turns out that when he isn’t pranking Brad Pitt and Matt Damon he cuts his own hair, and by the look of things, does a decent job.
I’ve never seen him sporting that asymmetrical fringe that most of us fell victim to when our moms cut our hair as kids.
Clooney revealed the secret to his haircutting success in a recent interview with CBS Sunday Morning, and no one could have seen it coming.
He explains at the 2:27 mark:
In case you’re in the office, and couldn’t play that out loud, here’s the gist:
“I’ve been cutting my own hair for 25 years,” Clooney said. “My hair is really, like, straw, so it’s easy to cut. You can’t really make too many mistakes. So, years ago, I bought a Flowbee, which [came out] when I was a kid.”
“It comes with the vacuum cleaner and the clippers. I still have it,” he added. “My haircuts take, literally, two minutes.”
The Flowbee was invented and patented by Rick Hunt in 1986.
He’s the man with the spectacular moustache below:
The public found out about it in one of those old-school infomercials.
I love everything about this.
Shortly after Clooney’s interview aired, the Flowbee website crashed.
As one person joked on social media:
“Because 2020 couldn’t get any weirder, Flowbee is about to be Christmas’ hottest gift. Thank you, George Clooney.”
Welcome back, Flowbee.
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