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Discussion in 'Personal' started by ff392, Jul 19, 2011.
Said sod it and been to the hairdressers - pleased with the result but gosh expensive !
More important to have a decent cut - especially for a man.
Don't feel bad for a minute about the cost - a good quality haircut will last and keep its shape for ages. Cheap haircuts can therefore be a false economy!
Think I'm worth it after a tough year ! A total different look for a new start of my life ...
Yes, yes, keep saying it. Convince me that spending a fortune on my horrible hair is the way to go......
I pay about £120 every 6 weeks for my hair. More when having it extended.
Have you come to a decision yet, Lily?!
£25 for a cut and colour in the comfort of my own home...it pays to have a daughter whose pal is a hairdresser. It can, however, take hours as he's a hopeless gossip!
Me: Do you want to donate £300 to my hair extension fund?
Mr L: Well, it needs something doing to it.....
Knock me over with a feather. Will I ever work him out? Yes, I'm going to have extensions to give it more volume and about 3" more length, so I can have it like I wanted at the outset but failed to grow enough hair of my own for!
Am slightly concerned about what the hell it will look like when I have the extensions removed after three months. I certainly can't afford to have it done again.
wow ! Not as expensive that ! Was £90 !
Have not paid for a haircut for around 15 years. Good set of clippers do the trick every time. Such a man of style!
Even if I had that kind of money to spare nothing would possess me to spend well over £1000 a year on my hair - and that's without counting basics like shampoo and conditioner. Even when I paid full price for getting my hair coloured it would have cost about £500 a year.
I'm justifying mine on the basis that my previous annual expenditure amounted to two £30 cuts a year and 6 Superdrug colours @ £5 each.
Blimey - we'd have to stop eating if I did that!
I pay just short of £60 every 6 weeks for a cut and blow dry. I shall stop feeling guilty now!
£2.49 every six weeks on a can of Pledge.... more if I go for proper beeswax.
Pine or lavender scented?
£6, approximately three times a year at a technical college. Cut by students. It takes some time but the cut is always top notch. The student cut it fairly short last time (at my request) into a graduated bob, and I received lots of compliments. It's still hanging beautifully and I may be tempted to go more regularly now to keep it sleek. (I hate going to the hairdressers...I find it a real drag.)
I paid a lot of money once in a flashy salon - the most I have ever paid for a haircut - and it wasn't what I wanted or asked for. Once I'd washed it the sides were uneven too.... I felt very ripped-off.
My daughter - who likes to be well groomed - has found a local side-street hairdresser, mainly seeing to pensioners, who cuts her hair beautifully. She goes regularly, has it coloured too, and saves a fortune on big salon prices.
I pay £90 every 10-12 weeks and it always seems like a lot of money!