A talented barber recently impressed everyone with the impressive “Last Supper” art he made on his customer’s head. The hair art is so timely, particularly as the entire Christian community celebrates the Holy Week.
Anthony Razo Banzuela from Camarines Norte reportedly started doing the hair art, also known as the “hair tattoo”, back in 2016. He has created his fair share of amazing art designs over the years, but he admits to truly wishing he could make the “Last Supper”.
Considering that the original artwork is complicated and showcases Jesus and his 12 disciples, creating these 13 people on someone’s head was going to be a huge challenge. Banzuela knew that this would be a difficult feat but when he finally opened his shop, he thought of making the artwork.
After finding someone who was willing to sit for hours and later sport the “hair tattoo”, Banzuela began working his magic. Banzuela later revealed that this particular artwork is the most difficult he’s ever done.
He spent the longest time on the “Last Supper” hair art but the results are truly impressive! This was really worth the time and effort he put in for the project.
“Sa lahat po na ginawa kong hair tattoo, dito lang po ako sobrang natagalan. First time ko po na gumawa ng ganitong Last Supper,” he shared.
The barber and hair artist made use of a pair of scissors, razor, blade, and hair clipper to achieve this “hair tattoo”.
Of course, the model’s hair will grow in the coming days and the artwork will soon be covered but the artist knows that such an eventuality does not matter as long as he was able to achieve his life-long dream of making that “Last Supper” art. Impressive, isn’t it?