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Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

3 Feb 2010 12:57
Homer wrote: If you can spend 200 on shoes then 14 for your hair shouldn't be classed as loads IMO
werd. if a million people see you in a week, 99.9% of them will look at your hair and not your shoes.
KaneJS
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2596 posts since 5/8/07

3 Feb 2010 13:01
Noble Locks wrote:
Homer wrote: If you can spend 200 on shoes then 14 for your hair shouldn't be classed as loads IMO
werd. if a million people see you in a week, 99.9% of them will look at your hair and not your shoes.

double werd, pay £35 in Cornwall but that may explain why I only seem to get it done bi-annually Laughing out loud
staygold
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5089 posts since 21/11/05

3 Feb 2010 13:03
I agree, I pay a stupid amount for mine and get it done every 4/5 weeks it's as important as your clothes imo
Oasisunit
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5176 posts since 8/5/03

3 Feb 2010 13:05
good hair gets you laid as well.
unCouth
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6883 posts since 3/11/07

3 Feb 2010 13:18
Noble Locks wrote:
Homer wrote: If you can spend 200 on shoes then 14 for your hair shouldn't be classed as loads IMO
werd. if a million people see you in a week, 99.9% of them will look at your hair and not your shoes.

Good analogy
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

3 Feb 2010 13:32
spending money on hairdos rarely correlates with price.

you are generally spending your money on salon overheads.

if possible, get the number of a good hairdresser and get them to do the work privately.
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

3 Feb 2010 13:55
"if possible, get the number of a good hairdresser and get them to do the work privately."

yeah yeah, just like if you need a suit go to aquascutum in bicester and if you need ralph check us ebay.
going to the hairdressers is a nice experience, you are in the proper minority enjoying them coming round your house or you going to their gaff.
truss me on that.
thats what birds and mums and nans do mate, so to keep advising is total meh imho.
Fat Sax
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566 posts since 11/6/06

3 Feb 2010 14:00
Worst ever thing is when you go to the hairdresser, your hairdresser is very hot, the girl who normally washes your hair is hot. And then out of nowhere comes some (obviously) pretty odd little trainee man and he's on hair washing duty.

WHY?!?!?!

I stopped going to that Toni + Guy shortly after that.

Not whoa.
berk
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2118 posts since 24/3/08

3 Feb 2010 14:01
go supercuts Laughing out loud
R
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13335 posts since 17/5/03

3 Feb 2010 14:05
berk wrote: go (to) supercuts Laughing out loud

EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

3 Feb 2010 14:07
Noble Locks wrote: "if possible, get the number of a good hairdresser and get them to do the work privately."

yeah yeah, just like if you need a suit go to aquascutum in bicester and if you need ralph check us ebay.
going to the hairdressers is a nice experience, you are in the proper minority enjoying them coming round your house or you going to their gaff.
truss me on that.
thats what birds and mums and nans do mate, so to keep advising is total meh imho.

"if possible"

the point is most 'designer' hairdressers are no better than any other. you're simply paying for their decor and rent in the better part of the high st.

thanks for your opinon.
berk
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2118 posts since 24/3/08

3 Feb 2010 14:10
sorry mate not a turkish barbers round here and i dont like it when the greasy cunts blow them flames in my ears
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

3 Feb 2010 14:13
EVERS wrote:
Noble Locks wrote: "if possible, get the number of a good hairdresser and get them to do the work privately."

yeah yeah, just like if you need a suit go to aquascutum in bicester and if you need ralph check us ebay.
going to the hairdressers is a nice experience, you are in the proper minority enjoying them coming round your house or you going to their gaff.
truss me on that.
thats what birds and mums and nans do mate, so to keep advising is total meh imho.

"if possible"

the point is most 'designer' hairdressers are no better than any other. you're simply paying for their decor and rent in the better part of the high st.

thanks for your opinon.
And thats exactly what people want.
bet you advise drinking at home alone to save paying pub prices and for their decor, rent and overheads as well. Smiling
InWonderland
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2662 posts since 8/2/07

3 Feb 2010 14:16
Laughing out loud Supercuts.. Fuck no!

Costs me over a ton each time I go to the hairdressers.. But, that is standard when it comes to girls hair..

Does make you feel much safer when you're in a nice place, with nice decor etc.
Guido
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12884 posts since 20/4/05

3 Feb 2010 14:24
Oasisunit wrote: good hair gets you laid as well.

This may explain a thing or two Sad
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

3 Feb 2010 14:26
Noble Locks wrote:
EVERS wrote:
Noble Locks wrote: "if possible, get the number of a good hairdresser and get them to do the work privately."

yeah yeah, just like if you need a suit go to aquascutum in bicester and if you need ralph check us ebay.
going to the hairdressers is a nice experience, you are in the proper minority enjoying them coming round your house or you going to their gaff.
truss me on that.
thats what birds and mums and nans do mate, so to keep advising is total meh imho.

"if possible"

the point is most 'designer' hairdressers are no better than any other. you're simply paying for their decor and rent in the better part of the high st.

thanks for your opinon.
And thats exactly what people want.
bet you advise drinking at home alone to save paying pub prices and for their decor, rent and overheads as well. Smiling

err - no I don't.

what you get if you go into a major is a stock hairdo that every other RUSH/T&G in the country do but they charge you a premium for their location/decor.

what I'm advocating is thinking outside of the box. many hairdressers moonlight because salon money is so poor and fukers should be wise to that and take advantage. if you want to spend an extra £25 quid on a cup of tea/wine and blaring music, that's fine by me.
berk
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2118 posts since 24/3/08

3 Feb 2010 14:26
InWonderland wrote: Laughing out loud Supercuts.. Fuck no!

Costs me over a ton each time I go to the hairdressers.. But, that is standard when it comes to girls hair..

Does make you feel much safer when you're in a nice place, with nice decor etc.

what do you actually know about hairdressing ,where they train etc ? fuck all i bet ,its something for once on here i know more then you cunts about my missus is better trained then 90% of hairdressers and most of them after college go on the exact same training courses for creative cuts etc
KaneJS
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2596 posts since 5/8/07

3 Feb 2010 14:27
Best/Worst: Just got my haircut (head stylist I'm no Croydon pikey) looks ok probably after a week or so it'll look better
MrPlatinum
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8939 posts since 24/2/04

3 Feb 2010 14:29
My old housemates used to spend £800 three times a year on her hair.
InWonderland
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2662 posts since 8/2/07

3 Feb 2010 14:33
berk wrote:
InWonderland wrote: Laughing out loud Supercuts.. Fuck no!

Costs me over a ton each time I go to the hairdressers.. But, that is standard when it comes to girls hair..

Does make you feel much safer when you're in a nice place, with nice decor etc.

what do you actually know about hairdressing ,where they train etc ? fuck all i bet ,its something for once on here i know more then you cunts about my missus is better trained then 90% of hairdressers and most of them after college go on the exact same training courses for creative cuts etc

Alright, don't get your knickers in a twist!

If your missus is so highly trained, why would she want to work in a low end, pikey looking hairdressers?
Surely if she worked somewhere nicer she'd get paid/tipped more?