They seem quite cheap, but are they any good? I want a cheap haircut, but I don't want to look like I have a cheap haircut!
And I like the idea of not having to make an appointment, but does that mean you have to wait around for ages before someone is free to cut your hair?
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- 17-07-2009 17:17
- 17-07-2009 17:22
I went a few weeks ago...it was alright actually. Doesnt look cheap really! Just a few layers and the fried ends off from where i straigten it to death.
But i went the day after fathers day and the hairdresser asked me if i saw my dad on fathers day, my reply was "no..." (hoping she'd drop it)
"Really?! You didn't even see your dad on fathers day?!"
"no, i didn't"....
"well, he's dead."
"Oh my god! Im so sorry" and she blushed instantly and began blow drying the same piece of my hair over and over through embarrassment
and i started laughing. I probably looked like a right sadist. But I found it hilarious.
Thing is, when i asked her...turns out she didnt see her dad on fathers day, she hasnt spoke to him for 5 years....Last edited by nicola.123; 17-07-2009 at 17:25.
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- 17-07-2009 17:23
It really depends who you get. It's so inconsistant - one day you'll get the perfect cut and the next you'll have awful uneven hair that will make you cry. They'll pretty much accept anyone straight out of college with no further training.
- 17-07-2009 21:26
Can't stand them. They barely do anything and what they do do is pretty sub-standard. Id save an extra £20 and get a decent cut.
- 17-07-2009 21:36
If you're going for a drastic change go somewhere really good like T&G, if you only want a trim go to supercuts
- 18-07-2009 03:22
When I had my hair done it was actually quite expensive, rushed, and not how I wanted it. I also had to 'come back in 2hrs' because they were busy. So much for not needing to make an appointment...