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Girls: How much do you pay for a wash, cut & blowdry?

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    In my local hairdressers, with a student discount, its around £13. .
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    Annoying music, so watch it on mute, but this is the way to be pampered at the salon.

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    (Original post by sammy-lou)
    Haha I'm all for a bit of RB - the relevance of the original comment was too good to pass up though!

    A rare insight in to the inner mind of females?
    Haha a bit of light-hearted humour is fine by me Well it's quite intriguing to study the mentality of the opposite sex, must due to all that feminism material I was learning for one of my Uni exams :cool:
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    £5 - I looooove the Vidal Sassoon Training Academy (don't forget to show your student card when you pay, it's £12 otherwise). I considered going to a salon at one point but after looking at London prices back to Vidal I went...
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    (Original post by Multitalented me)
    Haha a bit of light-hearted humour is fine by me Well it's quite intriguing to study the mentality of the opposite sex, must due to all that feminism material I was learning for one of my Uni exams :cool:
    Haha I think in many respects the minds of a feminist female and the minds of a non-feminist female are possibly as different as males to females. But yeah; oh to be the other sex for just one day!
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    I pay around £15-20 depending on how long my hair is (its usually long, just past my waist) for a wash and cut, i tend to blowdry myself at home, salon blowdrys make my usually straight hair turn curly...its weird
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    Less than £20.
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    I pay £22 - £28ish, depending on who I get, at a small salon near my house.

    Although they did do me a serious discount for my prom hairdo too.
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    £33 at Andrew Collinge with student discount

    The shampoo head massage is better than sliced bread.
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    (Original post by SoNottingH)
    I love having my hair washed well though by someone good at it, one good reason to go to better salons. Just lying back lazily and having a dreamy guy with strong fingers massaging my head.... sigh....
    i must be going to the wrong salons
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    About £25, though always on the lookout for bargains!
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    £22
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    Not a girl but I've had long hair for 8 years, currentlyy shoulder length. I wouldn't pay more than £20 - a trained monkey could level my hair out and cut a few inches off.

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    Omg why do I pay so much?!??!?! I standardly pay £75 -_-
    £75 for a haircut!? I will never understand women . . .
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    £25 :/
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    (Original post by Bellissima)
    i must be going to the wrong salons
    Haha, are you in London? We can chat about them if you PM me.
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    For me, it's £30 for foil highlights on roots, wash, dry and cut. But, their wash, dry and a cut is £17.50.
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    Wash, blow dry, cut and highlights costs me around £40 at home.... I'm trying to find a cheap-ish place to get it done in Birmingham, struggling though. But it really needs doing!
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    Mine costs me £110 for whole head bleach, wash, cut, blow dry. I never do just wash cut and blow dry

    Although considering ive got enough hair on my head to rival the hairiest yetti youve ever seen and its about boob length its worth it seen as they use so much product and it takes about 2 hours too plus they do a smashing job

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my GT-I9100
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    (Original post by parry_93)
    Mine costs me £110 for whole head bleach, wash, cut, blow dry. I never do just wash cut and blow dry

    Although considering ive got enough hair on my head to rival the hairiest yetti youve ever seen and its about boob length its worth it seen as they use so much product and it takes about 2 hours too plus they do a smashing job

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my GT-I9100
    Do you go to a chain like toni & guy or a local?

    I've paid £150 for colours and everything in C. London salons.
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    £35 - that's with a senior stylist at my local salon.

    It's £25 with a junior, but I prefer paying the extra £10 for someone with a bit more experience, because I'm quite precious about my hair!

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