Hairstylist Fabio Hairstyle Salon in the Bahamas.
The salon is one of several that have popped up in the country.
The owners of the salon in Barbados said that they have been trying to find a way to incorporate robots into their work for several years.
Now they have found the perfect solution.
It looks like a robot.
[Image by Google News] The salon in question has opened its doors to the public and they’re now offering workshops on how to do the robot hair style.
The workshop will be held from September to November.
The business is being run by a local man named Luis Pinto.
Pinto, who runs the salon on the island of Barbados, told the CBC that he is “really proud of it.”
The idea is to create a business that offers the opportunity for people to get more creative and use their skills.
“We hope that the customers will have an appreciation of the fact that we are creating things, we are doing things with machines,” Pinto told the BBC.
The idea behind the salon is to give people the chance to create their own custom hairdos.
The company is trying to create an environment that allows people to “work in the fields of technology.”
The salon, which has been open for several months, will have a studio where customers can make their own hairdo.
Pintos hopes that it will inspire people to become more creative with their own creations.
Pinsons salon is not the only one that has been trying out the robots.
Another one in the United Kingdom is now offering the same idea.
A robot in the UK recently created a robot hairdoo.
[Photo by Google/RobotBot] The first robots were actually created to help with construction, but it’s now become a more commercial enterprise.
In fact, the salon has a robot who helps with customer service and has been used to help build some of the more expensive and sophisticated robots.
It’s not clear if Pinto will be able to keep his dream of a robot salon alive after the workshop in Barbuda.
But the salon owners hope that their work can encourage people to explore their creative side.
“This is a dream, and it is very much possible, but at the moment we are only doing it to inspire people,” Pinto told the New York Times.
“I have no regrets, and we are not going anywhere.”