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Need a haircut?

Nicosia is used to having pop-up shops, well for the lack of a more appropriate way of putting it, popping up. So it will no longer seem strange to us when a hair salon will just suddenly appear at the Home for Co-operation in the buffer zone next Thursday.

We thought we would tell you about it early, before you book an appointment at a normal salon.

The hands in charge of cutting and dressing hair will belong to Olivier. While she will be concerning herself with what is on top of our heads, our ears will be enjoying some music by DJ Barcin and Radio Pangea.

You will also be able to get some cocktails from the bar and enjoy a relaxing evening after you have been groomed for the summer.

Pop-up Hair Salon and Radio Pangea Multicultural
Get a haircut, listen to music, and have something to drink. June 18. Home for Co-operation, Nicosia. 5pm. Tel: +357 22 660061

By Maria Gregoriou for Cyprus Mail

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