Two Girls Explain Worst Haircut Ever

Remember, it's always cute when it happens to other people's children!
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When Sadie 5 decided to cut Eva's hair (aged 3,) she, unsurprisingly, gave her sister the worst haircut ever. An interview conducted with their dad, where the two girls explain worst haircut:

My favorite line, "Hair cutting takes like, a lot of concentration..."

Remember, it's always cute if it happens to other people's kids!

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