It may seem strange that a man could be given a haircut that is sewn into the hairpiece of his own body, but that’s exactly what it’s like for a man in the Netherlands.
It’s called “mijn sew in” and is something that the Dutch government is looking into in a bid to reduce unnecessary hair loss and prevent baldness among young men.
“We’re currently looking at this issue with an expert group to identify the best and most effective techniques to prevent and reduce hair loss among young people,” a spokesperson for the National Council for the Prevention of Baldness and Hair Loss told Business Insider.
The process of making a sewn-in haircut starts with the hairstyle being cut and the sewn sews into the scalp, then sewn back together with a plastic hook to create the hair.
It can take about three weeks to make a sew-in hairstyle.
The haircut is not a mandatory one, but can be an option if a man has a medical condition that would prevent him from having a regular haircut.
The National Council also recommends that a young man should try and do a few sewn on and sewn out, or sewn hairpieces for his friends and family members.
The hairstyle has been around for some time in the US, but is now gaining popularity in the UK, according to the Hair Advice website.
While it may not be as popular in the United States, it is gaining popularity among men who are looking for an alternative hairstyle that has not been tried before.
“There’s a certain group of guys who have a beard, who want to have a cut, and they’re trying to do it in a way that’s natural,” an American man told Business Week.
It is not clear how much sewn up hair can be shaved in the process, or how many of these styles are currently on offer. “
I know guys that shave it all down, but they’re really into the sewed in style, and it’s not going to look right in their face.”
It is not clear how much sewn up hair can be shaved in the process, or how many of these styles are currently on offer.
According to the National Hair Advice, it may take up to six months to produce a sewed-in cut, which is a lot longer than the three weeks it takes for regular hair to be cut.