just cut it on st. paul. it's an older lady who's super nice. any good recs? there's supposedly a really good place up somewhere around loyola but I haven't ventured over there yet. I cant really afford expensive cuts
You shouldn't have to pay much, though. I agree that a big part of it is assertiveness, but my local barber charges $22 and I get a near perfect cut every time since I started going there. I used to have the same problem as you, where they wouldn't shave the sides down enough. Switched barbers, was a little more forceful (always have to get them to make it tighter at the top/sides of my head) and I'm super satisfied. Plus I've found that people cutting hair almost enjoy you knowing what you want.
fair enough. ideal styling in my mind would be paired with the siki pants I also got, and some slip ons. have some marvielab canvas ones coming in soon to try
edit: FWIW I really think this thing looks better in motion/person than in my iphone pix
whatchu wearing ? at first i thought you got 8
was gonna get the marvielabs but then i realized i really dislike the contrast in the part that well i can't explain it but you see it here there's white/light color underneath where the little panel comes to the main body look at the eyelets. for some reason it really throws it off for me despite being such small detail (although iwvri still looks like a bawss )
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Was a fun shoot, actually - the guy directing the day runs Jocks & Nerds magazine, and got some contributors to come down in their own clothes (no stylists involved) to show off Baracuta's stuff. There's some really well-dressed chaps in the video (I guess stills will emerge soon enough); I'm the tattooed guy.
Get my hair cut at some barbour school for free where you basically get to be practice for some random guy who has no clue how to cut hair, always comes out quite good, but they take like 2 hours to do it. I also get wet shaved there once in a while, which is a bit more scary. How perfect do you really need your hair to be?