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Q: any african hair stylist in tianjin or near cities

3 years 46 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Tianjin

 
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http://www.tianjinexpats.com/forum/english-forum/89323-where-to-find-a-h...

 

TOPIC: Where to find a hairdresserWhere to find a hairdresser1 year 9 months ago#89489

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Hi
I'm looking for a hairdresser or stylist who can do braids or work with African/African-American hair.
If you know of anyone, please contact me...tshoko02@yahoo.com

Many Thanks  REPLY QUOTEWhere to find a hairdresser1 year 9 months ago#89501

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Hope this helps - Tianjin hairdressers that can do dreadlocks:

www.dianping.com/shop/23477653
tieba.baidu.com/p/3129099820
iask.sina.com.cn/b/1Itf2wEGk.html

Keep in mind that the way they charge is about 20-50 per braiding. You could easily be spending over 2,000 for one job.

 

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