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Reality hair stylist creates the perfect letterhead: Kenny Be's Sign Language

It is increasingly rare in Denver to see signs in which the letters visually represent what they actually spell. In the sign pictured above, the purse-lipped beauty looking demurely over her shoulder (well, at least with one eye) is sporting a new letterhead hairdo that literally looks as easy to maintain as it is to read...

A few anatomical irregularities depicted in the portrait on the Hairworks sign suggests the painter may have skipped art school and learned her craft between appointments at the hair salon. But neither the too-high ear nor the neck shading detract from the exceptional originality of the sign. It looks as if the character is looking over her shoulder between snips to tell us that walk-ins are welcome!

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