While we would have thought that one of the most famous actors in existence would have an A-list hairdresser tend to his locks, it looks like Mr Clooney prefers a DIY job when it comes to his hair.
The Ocean's Eleven star was discussing how he adjusted to months of being in lockdown, including the hair conundrum us mere mortals also faced. Turns out, it didn't phase him as much as it did the rest of us.
Speaking to CBS, George revealed that he uses a device that first launched in the 1980s to cut his hair – and has done so for decades.
"I've been cutting my own hair for 25 years," he revealed. "Years ago, I bought a thing called a Flowbee; it comes with a vacuum cleaner and clippers. I still have it.
"My hair's like straw, so it's easy to cut," he added, even going as far as to demonstrate the noise said Flowbee makes. "Listen man, it works."
Well at least he won't find bits of hair all over the house for weeks after an at-home haircutting session.
Top marks for tidiness, George!
Lucy is a UK-based beauty journalist who has written for the likes of Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, OK!, Women's Health and more, as well as contributing to woman&home. Her work covers everything from expert skin and haircare tips to the latest product launches and the show-stopping beauty looks spotted backstage at London Fashion Week.
During her career she's interviewed some seriously famous faces, from Little Mix to Drag Race royalty The Vivienne, as well as chatting to the industry's leading hairdressers, dermatologists and make-up artists. When she's not got beauty on the brain you'll probably find her in the company of dogs, reading, or being shamed by Netflix's "are you still watching?" message. You can follow her on Instagram at @lucyabbers.
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