Viral: UK hairdresser makes 5-feet mural of Boris Johnson with waste hair
A hairdresser constructed a 5-foot-long Boris Johnson mural out of discarded hair to honour the UK Prime Minister for steering the country through difficult times during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Boris Johnson's hair has long been his distinguishing trait, inspiring jokes, news pieces, chat programmes, and even DIY hair blogs. However, the UK Prime Minister's hair has become the subject of an unintentional artwork that has terrified hundreds of netizens. A hairdresser constructed a 5-foot-long Boris Johnson mural out of discarded hair to honour the UK Prime Minister for steering the country through difficult times during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Davinia Fox, a salon owner in Somerset, made the artwork in 16 hours using discarded hair. According to the BBC, she took a two-day break from work to finish the project. Even though it is a homage to the UK Prime Minister, netizens are more perplexed than impressed by how it ended. Davinia, a 26-year-old hairdresser, claimed she utilised hair she gathered during the brief period when businesses reopened in the UK. However, the painting is more than simply a homage to the UK Prime Minister. Davinia wanted to prove her profession was not a 'dead-end job' done by only unintelligent people.
She told the press that she had more than half a black bag of hair that she had meticulously swept up without my clients' knowledge. She added a job of a hairdresser is seen as one of those downgraded jobs. Over the years, it has changed, and COVID made the profession essential, she added.
Davinia hopes Johnson gets a chance actually to see a photograph of the mural. She added she would love it if Boris Johnson could actually see the picture of it or if he could come down to see it in person; that would be lovely.