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A multicultural barbershop brings Evansville together

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Chinno Men's Hairdressing website
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Add a little flavor to your haircut. A unique Barbershop brings Evansville together, offering understanding between cultures in a different way. Chinno Men's Hairdressing, a Latino owned barbershop, not only adds a lively vibe to hairstyles, it gives all who enters a taste of other cultures. 

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Credit Maytes Overman
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Left to Right; Co-Owner and wife Maytes Overman, Owner Alex "Chinno" Rivera. Their children Alek and Koko.

Owner Alex "Chinno' Rivera said for Latinos hairstyles are a statement so being able to understand the demand of costumers in English or Spanish is key to a satisfied costumer. 

Co-Owner MaytesOverman said her husband brings the Caribbean vibe to the barbershop and you can catch him dancing Salsa and Bachata while cutting hair. 

  The bilingual shop, located at 1016 South Weinbach Avenue, serves men of all ages. It features Puerto Rican paintings, artifacts and music.

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Left; Carlos Santana, cousin of Alex Rivera. Right; Owner Alex Rivera.

  The owners said they welcome all hairstyles, dance moves and costumers can take a before and after picture in front the barbershop's "celebrity" backdrop. 

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