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Shops such as Rexrode's took a serious hit with the coming of the Beatles. First, people simply didn't get their hair cut as often. In the first half of the 20th century, monied gentlemen would get a shave and a haircut EVERY DAY.
Then, as men determined to do more with their longer hair, they began going to stylists instead of barbers. When I was 15 years old and having my shag coiffed by a 23 year old who would run her pelvis along my arm, I didn't miss the Kengsington Barber Shop one bit.

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