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Here is one thing we never expected to learn this year: George Clooney may have been more prepared for prolonged life in quarantine than any of us. Not only has he been cutting his hair while staying at home with his wife and kids due to COVID-19, but the actor has been doing it himself for the past 25 years. During an interview with CBS News about his upcoming film The Midnight Sky, in which he both acts and directs, Clooney revealed that the key to his hair-cutting success is as surprising as the news itself. “Look, my hair’s, like, really like straw — and it’s so easy to cut,” Clooney explained during the televised interview. “You can’t really make too many mistakes. So years ago I bought a thing called a Flowbee…” For those unfamiliar, a Flowbee is a retro at-home haircutting system that connects to most vacuums. According to the iconically-1980s infomercial, the Flowbee promises “perfect” and easy at-home haircuts. While we’re not sure exactly what Clooney’s kit looks like, the current model comes with recessed trimming blades, so you can choose the length being taken off as well as the vacuum-attachment tube. You can even get a Flowbee that comes with a miniature vacuum for easy cleanup, or simply attach it to your own. Actor/director George Clooney tells @thattracysmith that he’s been cutting his own hair for years – by using the Flowbee haircutting machine https://t.co/SWYT8pFC8h pic.twitter.com/bKepm5LQCM— CBS Sunday Morning 🌞 (@CBSSunday) November 29, 2020 From the sound of it, Clooney is still using the original kit he bought 25 years ago. “My haircuts take literally two minutes,” he says, inadvertently becoming the unofficial spokesperson and A-list testimonial. Tracy Smith, the CBS interviewer, seemed to be as surprised as we are. “Is this Flowbee?” she asked, gesturing to Clooney’s current haircut. “Listen, man, it works!” Clooney replied with a chuckle. In retrospect, over the years, Clooney has kept a very classic hairstyle. So on one hand, maintaining a short and simple cut that doesn’t require a salon appointment makes a lot of sense. On the other hand, we are still in complete shock that George Clooney has cut his own hair longer than he’s been a household name. All this time, while Clooney has made more than four dozen films and been awarded two Oscars for his work, he has also been acting as his own hairstylist. Plus after his glowing (and unsponsored) review, we wouldn’t be surprised if Flowbee asked Clooney to be its official spokesperson. Or at least sent him an updated model. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?How To Keep Your Curls On Point This WinterScore 30% Off At Dermstore During Cyber WeekThe 5 Biggest Hair Color Trends Of Winter 2020
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Rose Ovensehi is the founder of Flora & Curl, a clean and natural hair-care brand for curly and coily hair types. She launched the brand out of her mother’s kitchen in 2017 after not being able to find high-quality, non-toxic products while transitioning to her natural texture. What started as a small venture with just three products is now a full line on Ulta Beauty shelves everywhere. Here’s how Ovensehi finds her power. I feel most powerful when… I’m making someone else feel better about themselves, when I’m able to have a positive impact on someone. That happens most often when people try our hair products and start to embrace their natural curls. Once they see how much healthier their curls become, it makes them feel more confident. And in my personal life, giving advice makes me feel powerful because I know that I am helping someone. Power to me means… The ability to effect change at all different levels — in organizations, systems, society, your company, your family, or within yourself. What do you do when you feel powerless? I go inward. I become very self-reflective in order to understand what exactly is making me feel this way, whether I’m disappointed, sad, tired, or drained. Usually I’ll retreat and find solace in self-care. It’s about being a little bit selfish with my time and indulging in activities that make me feel good. My priority becomes making sure that my mind is at 100%, because if my cup isn’t full, there’s no way I’m going to be able to give you that. I need to refill and recharge before I can give. What’s your power anthem? “Break My Stride,” by Matthew Wilder. That might be cliche, but I love that song. Who’s your power icon? I wouldn’t say I have an icon. I find it difficult to choose someone as my icon because no one is perfect. I don’t want to place expectations on any other human being. What do you wear when you want to feel powerful? I’ll wear white. Whether it’s a nice office top or a formal skirt, I feel like it makes me stand out. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
Not once in your life have you probably contemplated how George Clooney cuts his hair, but now, you'll never be able to stop thinking about it. Straight out of the 1980s comes the Flowbee haircutting system, aka Clooney's go-to method for cutting his own hair at home.
We've all felt the sheer panic that comes with realizing you hit that snooze button just one too many times and if you don't get camera-ready in the next 10 minutes, you'll be catastrophically late to your morning Zoom meeting. So you hop in the shower, put on whatever clothes you find that are actually […]
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