Adult webcam company merges haircuts with hot models

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An adult webcam company has come up with a surefire way to get hair attention.

ImLive launched Sexy Cuts, which pairs users looking for haircuts with adult models with salon or barbershop experience.

Models will give live video tutorials while users cut their hair.

Users will receive step-by-step instructions and get feedback, “all from a scantily clad stylist,” ImLive said in a statement on Friday.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, haircuts have been done at home for weeks now and many have not gone well. ImLive said that’s why he came up with the idea, which kicked off with an online party on Friday.

Adult webcam company ImLive launched Sexy Cuts, pairing users looking for haircuts during the COVID-19 pandemic with models who have salon or barber shop experience, on Friday, May 8, 2020. Photo by photo provided /ImLive.com

The goal of Sexy Cuts is “to help men look their best while staying safe during their forties,” but it also offers “an alternative to people in states where barber shops are opening their doors.”

Adrian Stoneman, vice president of ImLive, said: “We understand the need for a new fit – the old adage ‘look good, feel good’ is no joke – but it’s not worth the risk of. get sick or spread the virus so that others get sick. ”

“Whether you are looking for instructions on how to do a tight fade or just need an extra pair of eyes to make sure your crew cut is even, our lovely ladies are here to help,” he added.

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Haircuts last from 15 minutes to an hour and prices are determined by the hosts.

The company said its models have already contributed more than 250 hairstyles by Friday afternoon.

ImLive.com was founded in 2003 in the UK and today is the premier webcam chat arena on the internet. The site lists over 80,000 hots and around 62 million members around the world.

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The company had already introduced a Stay home, don’t go out campaign, which encouraged people to stay home instead of going on dates.

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