I bought a set of clippers for $15 bucks with attachments that make it easy to keep my hair at a perfect length (for me).
It's easy to do and it's free!
Why the hell pay 7 to 20 bucks for a haircut!
I haven't cut my hair for many years but always used to do all my own hair-cutting if I ever did decide it needed a trim!
I don't know if I do a great job of it but I have cut my own hair since the 1970's. It came about when I was out of work and trying to cut expenses.
I think that given the right features a man can carry well any haircut
My dad clipped his own hair with a little help from my mum until only recently for the reason of saving some money. He thought why should he pay a lot when he didn't have a lot on top!
A haircut every 2 months adds up to a max of $120 (20 bucks a cut).
Trimmers cost less than 1 haircut at a shop and ya cut for life.
Can't beat that with a stick!
by McQueen3486 6 years ago
Personally, being in the field..I think they should. I remember a case, a while back. A women came into a salon, and was charged $65 for her haircut..the cost of a woman's haircut. However, a man with hair longer than hers was charged only $35 for his cut. The woman actually complained, and sued...
by healthymiss 7 years ago
I'm torn! I loved Jennifer's long layers and she just cut her hair to a bob. My feeling is "why mess with a good thing". What do you think? New cut: Before:
by Paul 5 years ago
Should gender be a factor in the price of a haircut?$9.95 men cut, $12.95 and up for a woman. After a recent trip to the hair salon, I was made aware of this question. A nice young woman who was there got her hair cut short with the clippers, down to a burr, it took like 5 minutes. Fine with me,...
by Keith James Kennedy 6 years ago
Have you ever tried cutting your own hair?...I did a few weeks ago...
by Nichol marie 3 years ago
How do you give someone a haircut at home?
by Twins Mum 6 years ago
At what age do babies usually get their first haircut?My twins are a year old now and we still haven't gone near a pair of scissors. Advice?
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