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Q: Where can I find a good hairdresser in Beijing?

I need to get my hair cut and highlighted. Does anyone know a good place to get it done in Beijing? Also what sort of price ranges I'm I looking at? Is it worth getting them done at different places? I'll pay more for the colour as I don't fancy my hair falling out. 

 

When I first arrived I just went to a walk in place with many many hairdressers. Paid about 40 Kuai, but I couldn't explain layering and ended up just wearing my hair up all the time till I went back home. 

7 years 20 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Beijing

 
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bring a local friend to the hairdresser, ask a local friend to write out what you want or bring a picture. Prices can range from cheap and cheerful - the one chair in the window places - to the big more expensive ones where you can also get a massage when waiting. There are SO many hairdressers to choose from. They are everywhere. (you don't say what district you are in)

EDIT: the bigger ones have a 'Number 1 hairdresser' and so on down the line. so you could pay up to 750 RMB or more. If you go to a larger one, ask if there is a VIP card so you can get a discount

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I went to a place called Tony Studio. They have several branches in Beijing and are modelled after Tony & Guy. They're not quite as expensive but definitely pricier than the average salon. I think they're good because they have a lot of foreign clients and staff who understand what the modern, globetrotter wants. I think the most expensive cut costs around 380 RMB and the cheapest 180 RMB.

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