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post #91 of 101
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Originally Posted by manifest v
Thanks bro. What kind of cuts? I went to NY one time and got made hella fun of for bringing in a picture of a cool messy mohawk at a no-frills barber shop in New York... "This is New Yawk kid, I'mma give you a good cut, trust me!"... they gave me a more neat no-frills buzzed one instead, I was happy and learned my lesson. I still want a more "styled" look though.

Shorty's has a primarily gay clientele (it's in WeHo afterall). Most of the barbers are also gay. The haircuts I've gotten from different barbers have all been quite stylish even though they're "barbers".

Rudy's has a clientele of hipsters and gays. The barbers are pretty much the same mix. Cool hair cuts at great prices too.

Both of these places are non-traditional barbers in appearance; it's not the typical spinning barber pole establishment. The cuts can be very conservative to very fashion forward depending on what you tell your barber.

And if you don't have pictures to bring to them, the walls are plastered with pictures. The mohawk you described shouldn't give any of the barbers a problem.

Let me know how it goes.
post #92 of 101
When you guys want to try a new hair style, how do you go about that? Do you ever bring in a picture of a rad look to your barber and just ask them to copy it? And where do you look online at the various hair style options?
post #93 of 101
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Originally Posted by Mutant Hairs View Post
And if you don't have pictures to bring to them, the walls are plastered with pictures. The mohawk you described shouldn't give any of the barbers a problem.
Is there a website or something to look through all the different types of haircuts and print the pictures to bring to a certain barber?
post #94 of 101
Salon I suppose, run by a husband and wife couple, both went to school. They both know me and my family, and are very very good at what they do--$25 You can find good and bad in both barbers and salons.
post #95 of 101
I go to the Cutting Zoo, a friendly neighborhood black barbershop. Only $15 and always good convos.
post #96 of 101
^ do you live in ATL?
post #97 of 101
I go to an aveda salon in Richmond. $35 plus tip. Includes a very long shampoo/condition, a hot towel for the face and a hand massage. Tried to substitute the hand massage for a hand job and apparently "it's not that kind of place."
post #98 of 101
Barber shop; $11 for the cut, plus $3 tip. Great atmosphere...beer cooler in the back, with a donation jar nearby and a big screen TV, constantly tuned to ESPN. It's "by gawd, real man's shop"!
post #99 of 101
I go to an Aveda salon aswell. (Flick Hair Studio for those of you who live in ATL) It's about $40 without trip. I can get trims for free though.
post #100 of 101
Technically for hair saloons, Aveda and Paul Mitchell are the best trained, or so I have heard.
post #101 of 101
I've been cutting my own hair for 8 years, probably saved myself 5k in hair cuts.
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