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Q: Anyone get a haircut this past week?

My usual guy, and his Y10 price, doubled this week.  Did you get surprised, too?  Moreover, when you get a haircut, does it seem your hair always end up looking like the barber's hair?  My theory is they know one style of cut-theirs.  This has happened to a friend, as well.  Happened to you?

6 years 34 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - China

 
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That's why all the local guys have the same haircut. I've given up explaining how I want my hair cut. Just sit down and let them mess up your hair. Otherwise, grow it long. And the double pricing is because of the Spring Festival. 

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dude...  I paid 40 in downtown Shenzhen.  good job though.   worth 30 for sure....

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No, it never happened to me! Last time I cut my hair was in US. I was socializing with attractive female barber

 

In China, I'm using hair cut kit. No. 2, every Saturday!angel

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