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Democratic Republic of Congo Nathalie Bagega shaves Jean Musongela’s head at Loboko Ya Mwasi, a hair salon in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo. The salon’s name, Loboko Ya Mwasi, translates from the Lingala language as A Woman’s Hand. Bagega charges 5,000 Congolese francs (about $3) for a haircut and does five to 10 haircuts per day.