Manhattan barber makes sure you always get a good haircut

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Harry’s of New York

A NEW YORK barbershop has come up with a novel way of making sure you always get a good hair cut.

Hairdressers at Harry’s The Corner Shop take a photo of your cut, add brief styling notes and store it in a unique online profile of each customer.

Harry’s partnered with Gin Lane Media, a New York-based digital creative agency, to develop an innovative application they call the Cut Archive.

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