Barber's 'Pacquiao vs. Broner' poster hair art impresses netizens

A talented barber recently went viral for his impressive hair art featuring the poster from the upcoming Pacquiao vs. Broner fight. What makes his talent truly amazing is that a simple mistake could greatly change the outcome of the art since he could not just force his customer’s hair to grow right away.
Barber's "Pacquiao vs. Broner" poster hair art impresses netizens

The barber was identified as Neshell Dacalos who hails from Cebu City.

Neshell Dacalos "Pacquiao vs. Broner" poster hair
Photo credit: Neshell Dacalos / Facebook

In his post on Facebook, this talented barber shared photos of his customer’s head which shows the final artwork. People could not help but be impressed by the hair art, especially considering that Dacalos was even able to capture the fighters’ expressions using just the right amount of hair and shaved scalp.

Some netizens commented that they wouldn’t have believed this was on hair if only the close-up photos were shared. After all, the artwork actually looks so real and so much a copy of the poster that it first looked like it was just a black-and-white printout of the poster!

Many were happy to have seen this kind of artwork because it is quite rare for a barber to be able to do this. This guy is truly a very talented artist.

Neshell Dacalos "Pacquiao vs. Broner" poster hair
Photo credit: Neshell Dacalos / Facebook

Dacalos shared the post with the hashtag #GiftedHands – and netizens agreed that he does have gifted hands.

The boxing match between Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner will be held at the Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas this coming Saturday, January 19 (Sunday, January 20 Manila time). And while everyone is rooting for Pacquiao to win in the match, many also hope Dacalos and this customer will get to meet the boxing champ.

"Pacquiao vs. Broner" poster
Photo credit: Neshell Dacalos / Facebook

Others wish to meet Dacalos and perhaps also get a similar hair art! Well, Dacalos announced that he will be at the “Pundok Barbero sa Sugbo” in front of Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center (VSMMC) on January 20, during the Sinulog Festival in Cebu City.

— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express

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