But how are men across the county coping now they cannot visit the barber's for their regular trim?
Many are following the example of actor Stephen Graham and shaving their heads.
Perhaps deep down they have always wanted to know how they would look with a buzzcut.
Some of us have already been there.
In my first year at university, I paid £17 for a haircut that was so bad that I asked a friend to shave it all off.
It's safe to say I won't be doing that again, no matter how long this lockdown lasts.
But it appears some blokes simply cannot bear the thought of maintaining a mushrooming mop.
Take Marc Russell from Margate.
He needed a haircut before the lockdown was imposed but found that his barber's was already shut.
"It had grown and I couldn’t cope any more," he says.
"So while my girlfriend was at work yesterday I shaved it all off.
"She don’t like it."
People have all sorts of reasons for getting out the clippers.
She said: "His cousin is going bald on the back of his head, so he decided to shave around a flower pot and FaceTime his cousin to show him that he could only grow hair in the place he can’t.
"He was also going to send him the hair in the post so his cousin could stick it on his head.
"His cousin wasn’t very impressed."
Unfortunately, the DIY haircuts don't always go to plan.
Loren from Herne Bay says that her son Fin, 11, wanted to shave his hair off like his dad had done the same evening.
"We started shaving but the clippers then broke," said Loren.
"He then had to have his hair razored off - which resulted in him having a full-on bald head.
"I'm hoping lockdown doesn’t end for Fin’s sake as I don’t think his school would be very impressed.
"Fin is not allowed to leave the house without a hat for the time being."
Hannah Sands, also from Herne Bay, had similar technical problems when shaving her son's head.
Fortunately, she says his hair has now been fixed.
Meanwhile, disaster struck for Joe Gaymer from Canterbury when a clipper malfunction occurred at the worst possible time.
His sister Jane says it kept the family amused.
Elswhere, John Farrell, 34, from Chatham, let his son William shave his hair while bored.
Others have been going for a grade-one for good causes.
Ashton Lusted, 10, from Sittingbourne has raised £300 for NHS charities with his head shave.
Here's a look at some more of the DIY trims that have been taking place across Kent during the lockdown...