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    I'm planning on getting a complete re-style on my hair (i.e. quite long to pretty short) and so am looking for a decent hairdresser not too far from the centre of town. I don't mind paying more for a better cut, as it's quite a drastic style change!
    Does anyone know of anywhere I could go?
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    mahoganny on little claredon street, by browns and maison blanc.
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    wait thats wrong, its on turl street, just off the high street
    http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?oe=utf...num=1&ct=image
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    It's actually on Market St
    And yes, Mahogany definitely, especially if you're having it cut short. They're not cheap (prices start at 56 quid) but when I got my hair cut short everyone that I knew who had done the same said to go there, so I did and they did a really good job. In my experience the girl with the bleach blonde hair (I think she's called Louella or Louise or something) probably did the best job - better than the creative stylist (i.e. more expensive!) that I saw the second time.
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    Toni & Guy's. George street.
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    anne veck on st clements is pretty good and you can get a student discount.

    avoid toni and guy. they've got some good people but it's unreliable.
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    Any recommendations for men's hairdressing too? I'm dubious that the place I normally use is all that good.
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    Mahoganny - there are THREE branches of it in Oxford - one on Turl Street, one on Market Street and one on Little Clarendon Street. I second Boo's recommendation of Louella at the Market Street branch, she's ace.
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    The ones that read the works of Epicurus to you while washing your hair.
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    Brilliant, thanks guys. I'll try and summon up the courage to book an appointment now, and say goodbye to my lovely long hair!
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    (Original post by Teebs)
    Any recommendations for men's hairdressing too? I'm dubious that the place I normally use is all that good.
    My male friends always use Walter's, but I think that's because they don't know what they want - they just go in, point, make some vague noises...
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    everyone see the oxford meet thread, I wana see lots of people there!
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    (Original post by Teebs)
    Any recommendations for men's hairdressing too? I'm dubious that the place I normally use is all that good.
    The one at the junction of Little Clarendon St and Walton St is good in my experience. Around a tenner if you go in the week.
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    *echoes wish to know about places for men's hairdressing.* anyone tried anywhere on the cowley road. ?cheaper?
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    i would recommend twenty ten hair salon good quality and reasonable price
 
 
 
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