Films for everyone attempting to do their own haircut during this lockdown...
Edward Scissorhands (1990)
Tim Burton’s classic. An artificial man, who was incompletely constructed and has scissors for hands, leads a solitary life. Then one day, a suburban lady meets him and introduces him to her world.
Don't Mess With The Zohan (2008)
An Israeli Special Forces Soldier fakes his death so he can re-emerge in New York City as a hairstylist. It works, trust us.
The Fifth Element (1997)
Luc Besson directing the colourful future. A cab driver unwittingly becomes the central figure in the search for a legendary cosmic weapon to keep Evil and Mr. Zorg at bay. Great hair styling inspiration, really.
Yes, that’s John Travolta. Pleasantly plump teenager Tracy Turnblad teaches 1962 Baltimore a thing or two about integration after landing a spot on a local TV dance show...
Yes, that’s Ice Cube. Learn a thing or two from a day in the life of a South Side Chicago barbershop.
Beauty Shop (2005)
This one is for when you’ve successfully managed to cut hair for the first time in your life and you feel like you’re basically ready to start your own salon. Learn how to beat the competition from a determined hairstylist (Queen Latifah) who competes with her former boss (Kevin Bacon) after opening her own business in Atlanta.
Good Hair (2009)
Did you know Chris Rock did a documentary exploring the wonders of black hairstyles? Maya Angelou and Tracie Thoms provide perspective.
Because hair. It’s also a classic by Milos Forman. Useful insight on how you might end up looking if you don’t decide to do your own haircut.
Hopefully these films will tide you over until we're open again! Did we miss a great film off our list? Message us your suggestions below...