Looking for good & cheap haircut place in Richmnd/Vancouver
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hair knows no racist...jameslinux wrote:Preferrably it would be a Chinese place that's good but cheap.
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Thanks UD, I'll check them out Saturday before heading over to NCIX to pickup the Phillips Divx player. It's the one on #3 road right ?ud666 wrote:HI
I go to "Time for Haircut" and it's $9 or $10. It's in the Superstore Parkade in Richmond. I've been there twice and the people there are really good. They spend time with you and consult with you.
It's definately not like those other cheap places where their attitude is "you get what you pay for"... There are 4 different stylists there. The guy who cuts my hair is Paul. Friendly and quite experienced.
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jameslinux wrote:Thanks UD, I'll check them out Saturday before heading over to NCIX to pickup the Phillips Divx player. It's the one on #3 road right ?
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I just shave it in the shower. Bit of practice and you get a straight line across ... or have the wife do it.Lulz wrote: ↑Feb 10th, 2010 6:32 pmYou really are cheap, CheapScottsman =)
I will probably buy it too because my hair grows up very fast and I get a haircut every 2 weeks because I don't like when my hair is longer than 1 inch. I like to keep it short.
And my regular barber costs $14 (12 plus 2 tips).
Damn, for $50 sounds reasonable.
Not to mention there's always lineup so I spend my life sitting in barber shop waiting for my turn. It's really stupid.
But how do you cut your neck area behind? And behind your head? Holding a mirror seems really uncomfortable.