- Onu Okwuchukwu Charles, a Nigerian barber, is taking the profession to another level as he has showcased his styling skill
- With over 10 years of experience, Okwuchukwu said he knows how to give befitting styles to his clients
- The Nigerian barber stopped schooling after writing his WAEC because of lack of funds to sponsor his tertiary education
There may be hope for many Nigerian men after all as another barber, Onu Okwuchukwu Charles, has gone viral again for his great work.
In a message sent to YEN.com.gh, Okwuchwu said he started the profession after he could not further his education due to lack of money.
The young Nigerian said he has been practising the craft since 2015. He added that he loves the way haircutting transforms one's looks.
In some photos he shared on Facebook, the man showcased a creative leaf design sketch he gave his model.
The Nigerian barber who said he stays at 6 Ben Ajonuma Street Awada Obosi by Orifite road, Onitsha in Anambra state, noted that whenever he looks at his client, he already knows the kind of style that would go well with the person's facial profile.
Despite many photos showing his high sense of creativity, Okwuchwu said he is will learn more to improve his craft.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young barber from Oyo state with the handle @Topzycut marvelled many with his hairstyling skill on Monday, August 31.
A look at his Twitter timeline shows that this is not the first time he would be sharing pictures that showcase his deftness.
The Nigerian barber is from Ogbomoso in Oyo. He said that he is only available for home service. While some were wowed by his skill, many had other things to say.
Days after then on Monday, September 21, the young talented barber shared another set of pictures showing the style he just made.
The pictures showed the amazing haircut he gave his model with leaf design by the side and what looks like flying birds close to it.
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