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Q: Where's the best place to get hair dyed in Shanghai?

Want to get rid of my roots but don't wont to go to any old place in case they turn my previous locks green. Any ladies with experience dying or bleaching hair in Shanghai? Which salons come recommended?

10 years 13 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Shanghai

 
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This is the worst answer ever...............Why do people comment when they don't have an answer???????????????

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It's often because it puts the question on the home page, where more people will see it. More chance of getting a good answer then.  Wait a few hours and Strawberry, who lives in Shanghai might post an answer. Sometimes decent answers can take a few days.  In the meantime, any activity on the original question keeps it highlighted.

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Joanna - Matty was a real knobhead... which is why he got banned (though has been resurrected under various names from time to time... though I haven't worked out if he's on here now or not).

 

He was also a wumao.

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You don't even have to get it done anywhere. You could do it yourself. I saw the dye in the market they had instructions on how to use the comb and dye the hair. If you go to the salon they will be pretty similar just like a barber shop since they have to all take the same test and license to work in that field. Most of the people that work in salons and barbershops probably attended the same beauty school. So it shouldn't make a big difference. 

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It's often because it puts the question on the home page, where more people will see it. More chance of getting a good answer then.  Wait a few hours and Strawberry, who lives in Shanghai might post an answer. Sometimes decent answers can take a few days.  In the meantime, any activity on the original question keeps it highlighted.

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Joanna - Matty was a real knobhead... which is why he got banned (though has been resurrected under various names from time to time... though I haven't worked out if he's on here now or not).

 

He was also a wumao.

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