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“I’m over it. I need a haircut.” Eager but nervous Texans venture back into busy salons and barbershops

Barbers reported being booked through the day due to pent-up demand related to the coronavirus.

Stevin Kane, who has owned and operated Kane's Barber Shop since 2006, gives his first haircut of the day to loyal customer Larry Franklin.
Stevin Kane and Ramiro Cruz give haircuts to customers, after Kane's Barbershop reopened from being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Stevin Kane, who’s owned and operated Kane's Barber Shop since 2006, gives his first haircut of the day to loyal customer Larry Franklin.
Avion Potter receives a hair relaxer treatment from hairdresser Aquita Gaddis. Gaddis reopened her hair salon after closing down because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Avion Potter receives a hair relaxer treatment from hairdresser Aquita Gaddis.
Barbers Lynese Marchic and her son Nicholas Gasper in their Austin shop on their first day open after closing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Demeatric Callaway, a barber at Kane's Barbershop in East Austin, wipes down his chair with disinfectant in preparation for his first customer of the day.

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