Haircut

LateBlue

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I go to a little barbers in Dhaka and I get a hair cut and a proper old fashioned cut throat razor shave for about £1.50.

Only bad thing is they insist on cracking all your finger joints and neck. Although you feel great after, it can be a little perturbing when some bloke has you in a full nelson trying to crack your spine.
 

117 M34

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£6.50 at Stew's in Denton.

He is moving away though this year so I will need to look around for a new one.
 

BlueSniffer

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Milano barbers on Reddish Lane (Opposite North Reddish railway station). £7 for a hair cut. Moved to Salford a couple of years ago and still travel back to get my hair cut at the same place.
 
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Anonymous

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I've been using the one at the junction of Platt Lane , and Wilmslow Road in Rusholme for the past 16 years , and though i live near Parrs Wood now , i see little reason to change .... the haircut costs me £7.00 , and he always has the foreign football on the tv whenever i visit.

 

peoffrey

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£12 scissor cut at a hairdressers. The Guy who does it is a great Bloke so I go nowhere else. Would normally pay £10.
 

jamiegrimble

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My 20 year old daughter has been cutting my hair for about 5 years now,when I begin to resemble,Ben Gun,or Chuck Noland the scissors are out.Basic stuff really but shes learned how to use the scissors on yours truly,her husband has also taken a risk,and had his ears lowered only last week.Not had to wear a hat or wig yet to cover some dodgy lopsided hacking,touch wood.
 

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