Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Roland Butter, Jan 28, 2019.
It's creeping too close to a tenner these days.
£8 quid for a trim.
I shave my head no guard every couple of days. I dont think I would actually like hair back anymore. Being bald is so convenient and has saved a fortune over the years.
Mother is a hairdresser.
£11 for combined father and son deal, as I normally take my son at the same time.
I normally tip a £1 to each barber as well.
£8. One man barber - he knows my hair well.
I just paid £35 lol.
£13 and I thought that was cheap
They do the cutthroat razor shave as well though to tidy up my beard, though sometimes it's a bit too precise.
£40-£50 every couple of weeks but that includes a glass of decent prosecco or two.
£9 but always give the fella a tenner.
A fiver, but there's not too much left to cut :|
From memory £8, been going there for about the last 15 years and the price hasn't really changed. Only go 3 or 4 times a year though.
Was £3.50 but Arthur the barber at 89 was starting to get a little clumsy so had to find a new one. Now I have the works done for £17 at a Kurdish Barbers. Hair, cut throat razor, hot towel, ear hairs burnt off and nose waxed. Still a bargain
Got clippers, do it myself.
I use my own clippers
I'd be interested to know what everyone asks their barber too... I don't have mine short enough to be able to just say "Number three on the sides, number 4 on top" etc. So I always flap about trying to describe how long it's been since I last had it cut, how fast it grows, how it needs enough off to be "tidy around my ears" etc.
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