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£13 up here for me. 

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I don't pay. My family friend is a hairdresser. 

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Nothing. I've been cutting/trimming/colouring my hair at home for years. The only time I'd go to a salon to get my hair done is on special occasions like wedding etc.

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Friday and weekends at our local hairdressers I have used for years I pay a £5 with a £1 tip, Mon to Thursdays its pensioners days and only pay £3.50 but I always give them £5 and the rest as a tip, good barbers too and normally its a choice between 3 ladies or a guy but they have got to know me over the years and all I say when I sit in the chair is "Make me look human" and then let them chop away.   

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3 hours ago, CaaC - John said:

Friday and weekends at our local hairdressers I have used for years I pay a £5 with a £1 tip, Mon to Thursdays its pensioners days and only pay £3.50 but I always give them £5 and the rest as a tip, good barbers too and normally its a choice between 3 ladies or a guy but they have got to know me over the years and all I say when I sit in the chair is "Make me look human" and then let them chop away.   

So they are more like miracle makers than hairdressers/barbers then? :coffee:

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Nothing, I've done it myself for years. Let's just say I'm a bit thin on the top so I just have a 0 all over.

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£7.50 but it's 25% off next time because I've been 5 times and had my loyalty card stamped

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Pay for the razor, I shave my own pubes.

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150-70 bucks usually 

I don't get a haircut and get my beard done until i look like this

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£15 although that includes trimming my beard and lining it.

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On 02/03/2019 at 12:15, nudge said:

Nothing. I've been cutting/trimming/colouring my hair at home for years. The only time I'd go to a salon to get my hair done is on special occasions like wedding etc.

What colour is it now then?? 

My other half normally does mine, sod paying for it, before she did it some woman I used to work with used to come round and do it for me... 

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4 minutes ago, Bluewolf said:

What colour is it now then?? 

My other half normally does mine, sod paying for it, before she did it some woman I used to work with used to come round and do it for me... 

What kind of relationship is that? :ph34r:

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2 minutes ago, Berserker said:

What kind of relationship is that? :ph34r:

Assisting the elderly 

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4 minutes ago, Berserker said:

What kind of relationship is that? :ph34r:

The best kind mate.... 

3 minutes ago, Azeem said:

Assisting the elderly 

xD

You changed that from friends with benefits.... 

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25 minutes ago, Bluewolf said:

What colour is it now then?? 

My other half normally does mine, sod paying for it, before she did it some woman I used to work with used to come round and do it for me... 

Green :ph34r:

Nah just kidding. Dark brown, just a bit darker/richer tone than my natural hair colour. I mostly do it as colouring makes my hair smoother, shinier and easier to manage...

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