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08.10.2014

Spot the famous sights 'manscaped' into Brits' furry torsos

Daniel Johnson has turned his talents from cutting the England football team's hair to trimming Stonehenge, Sydney harbour and the Great Pyramid of Giza into men's upper body shag.

Each challenge took two and a half hours, required four types of shaving tools and up to 176 individual 'incisions'.
He also forged the Manhattan skyline, which he said was one of his most difficult 'manscaping' achievements to date.
The challenge left the hair at five different lengths - 0mm, 1mm, 2mm, 5mm and 15mm - but it was a tough task because the hair was so short and curly compared to that found on the men's heads.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2746212/Stone-hairnge-Spot-famous-sights-manscaped-Brits-furry-torsos-celebrity-stylist-beat-ChestHairBikini.html

Daniel Johnson