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Victor Lebo of Scottsdale's Rogues, Scholars & Dames on Why Faux Hawks Are Lame and Mohawks Rule

Victor Lebo didn't start off wanting to cut hair for a living, but after trying his hand at a number of other trades, he realized that the life of a barber was the life for him.

"I ran out of other things to do," Lebo says. "In high school, I did some auto mechanic work. I tried plumbing. I did a lot of it but none of it stuck. My grandmother recommended I try cutting hair after watching a TV program, so that's how I started cutting hair."

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