Hairy Face Salon – Makeover

Hairy Face Salon – Makeover

We are sure that you have already seen games on Google Play where you have to cure someone from a disease, wash, clean, shave, and ultimately fix an unfortunate human being.

Well, Hairy Face Salon – Makeover is another such game. It needs you to fix various people who have all kinds of face and hair problems. As in other apps of the same genre you are given a number of tools to do so – some are free, while others are paid. The game also comes with nice 2D graphics and then nice sound. It is clear that the developer has put a lot of thought and effort into this game.

Hairy Face Salon – Makeover does have downsides though. When taking care of someone you have to put the tool exactly on the problem spot or it will do nothing so expect to waste some time looking for this exact point on your Android-device display. In addition to that you can only fix certain problems that you encounter with this tool – to fix the remaining ones you must purchase the tools needed, which we found really annoying because this means you can never complete a level if you do not open your wallet.

This Android app will surely appeal to someone so you can take a look at the game here.

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