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    (Original post by Yeahwbu)
    There not completely qualified hairdressers, that's why so cheap but corner barber shops!
    (Original post by Inexorably)
    I know certain institutes like colleges or universities or places that train hairdressers might offer lower prices as it's a trainee doing it, but I'm not sure if they're bountiful.Apart from that, honeslty I've never seen anywhere offer below £8.
    Ah, I see, I wouldn't trust 'em with my hair :lol:
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    (Original post by Alexion)
    Ah, I see, I wouldn't trust 'em with my hair :lol:
    Inedeed not; get what you pay for, lol!
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    The place I go gives me a really good haircut for £6, plus they have an Nintendo 64 which i can use while I am waiting to get my turn, also I still get a lolly pop when I am done (I will never stop getting those lolly pops).
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Who spends that much on just a haircut? Lol
    £10? Much? That's like less than half of what I pay, how long does it take to cut your hair if they do it for under a tenner? Like 5 minutes?
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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    £10? Much? That's like less than half of what I pay, how long does it take to cut your hair if they do it for under a tenner? Like 5 minutes?
    I'm a guy so I don't know how much girls pay but I get my hair cut at some shady Asian place in South London where they charge £5. They only take like 10-15 minutes for a cut. They don't speak English though so you might have a hard time.

    I'm being fully serious btw
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    I'm a guy so I don't know how much girls pay but I get my hair cut at some shady Asian place in South London where they charge £5. They only take like 10-15 minutes for a cut. They don't speak English though so you might have a hard time.

    I'm being fully serious btw
    I'm a guy, I only ever went to one of those Asian barbers once when I was young, they literally just cut my hair to like a 3 all over and I remember literally crying, I was maybe like 8 years old.
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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    I'm a guy, I only ever went to one of those Asian barbers once when I was young, they literally just cut my hair to like a 3 all over and I remember literally crying, I was maybe like 8 years old.
    How much do you pay lol
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    How much do you pay lol
    Between £18 to £25 depending on the level of the stylist, but I tend to go based on time not on price. So whoever is first to be free.

    I tend to get a drink, they wash my hair, give me a little head massage, put my feet up on this like recliner. I also get my hair styled after it's cut.
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    The Toni and Guy academy usually offer completely free haircuts, with the catch being that it's done by a student hairdresser. Only about 4 students in a room at a time though and there's always someone supervising them. I think Headmasters also offer this. Not sure about other cities but it's pretty common for hair academies to offer free cuts in London.
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    £7 for me but then a beard trim is £3 so £10 altogether lol
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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    Between £18 to £25 depending on the level of the stylist, but I tend to go based on time not on price. So whoever is first to be free.

    I tend to get a drink, they wash my hair, give me a little head massage, put my feet up on this like recliner. I also get my hair styled after it's cut.
    Woah you must be rich af
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    I pay £13 and I'm a guy
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Woah you must be rich af
    I wouldn't say so, I think it's just cause my mum's hair type requires her haircuts to be quite expensive so if she gives me money to cut mine, my haircuts are cheap in comparison.
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    I pay $12 but the quality of the cut varies wildly at the place I go to. I found the people I like so now I have to do a walk past to check out who's there on a particular day before I enter.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Who spends that much on just a haircut? Lol
    Spent £14 today on a premium scissor-cut haircut, feeling good rn
 
 
 
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