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May 21
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“Did you comb Freddie Mercury when he came to Argentina?

  • “I cut Freddie Mercury’s hair.” Here it is in a photo (indicates the center table). One day they called me to go to the Sheraton to cut his hair. I asked a friend, because my daughter Paola was in Miami: “They called me to cut Freddie Mercury’s hair. Is he famous? ” I didn’t know who he was . Frankly I didn’t know who he was. He had everything with waves, everything with curls, hair over here (indicated below neck)

“Freddie Mercury arrived with longer hair in Buenos Aires?”

  • Yes, I saw him with longer hair. Then we went on to know how he wanted his hair and I said: “To cut it shorter, I don’t like it. Either we make a current, modern cut or I would rather leave your hair long. ” At that time it was used long. And we started cutting. And I saw that the drummer grabbed his hair. But I didn’t like how it fit. With shorter hair, it would look better. Then I cut it short and well, then he acted and left and I never saw him again. He left with my haircut, short, short.

“Do you know what the drummer wanted to do with the hair he grabbed?”

  • I don’t know, nor did I ask. I did not ask. I did not ask.

Miguel Romano Hairdresser from Argentina
The picture are from 1981

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