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Q: Where is a good place to get a haircut in Beijing, China?

I have been getting haircuts at the traditional barber shop at WangfuJing Street. Does anybody else get haircuts at other places that you think you got a good deal for the haircut they gave you? 

I go to the traditional barber shop because its fast and its inexpensive! That's how I like it! Plus afterwards your at Wangfujing and there is a lot to do. 

What barber shop have you been to lately? 

9 years 24 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Beijing

 
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they dont do african hair here..... ha.
so none.

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Tony Studio is okay but expensive. It's slightly cheaper than Tony & Guy whose name it clearly rips off. For the lowest level stylist, a cut and wash costs around 180 RMB.

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I pay 150 at Tony and guy - I go for the "stylist" who is the cheapest.

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the barber shop

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I think you should go to a butcher tell him to start at the neck.

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