This Is How We Do: Haircuts

June 2nd, 2009
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Let's try our hand at another episode of "This Is How We Do..."

Last time, we shared our stories (good and bad) about our bathroom habits/rituals. Some (ok just me), worse than others. This week, let's chat about something most of us gotsta do on the regular... chop the 'do!

I'm easy. No fancy salon for me. Supercuts all the way. Cheap, easy, convenient. The only problem is that I'm like a rich, ugly bachelor. I can't keep a girl to save my life.

I swear I've been through about 10 "stylists" since I've started going there years ago. Every single time I think I have a winnah (knows exactly how I like my hair cut), she moves to another location and out of my life forever.

Dear Supercuts, can you please stop transferring your peeps all ova da place. It would be greatly appreciated. Love, Ed.

OK, so I'm not really playing the game. Alright, alright... This is how I do: Haircuts...

* Make da call - I call my local Supercuts and pray to the heavens that the last stylist who cut my hair is still there...
* Rejoice - if she is
* Get Frustrated - if she's not
* Hurry up and wait - it ain't no secret. The time of your appointment is often not the time you sit in that high chair. I've learned to book earlier than I arrive or just expect to wait later than my scheduled time.
* Explicame por favor - for once, I'd like to say just sit down and say "gimme the usual," but with their high turnover rate, I always have to explain what I want. It doesn't help that my hairstyle has changed many times over the years and I'm never sure what I'm going to request each time. LOL!
* Product placement - I try to find the cleanest part on their counter to place my shades and Aloha Shirt (if I come straight from work). If not, I just hold um with me.
* Sit and pray - since it's usually a new stylist, I just sit and pray and hope that she can get relatively close to what I'm axeing for.
* Shut the peepers - sometimes, to avoid the awkward face-to-face stares (this also works at the dentist's office), I will close my eyes when she snips the front of my dome. Sharp things moving around my eyes is but another reason I shut the blinds.
* Make Me Thin - I have a tricky spot on the top left side of my noggin' that is thicker than the right side. Most times, I have to request the stylist to thin this portion out even more so that both sides look even.
* Shake, rattle and roll - since I wanna minimize the amount of hair that falls in my car and at home, I try to shake my hair/head/clothes to get as much hair off of me as possible.
* Walk of shame - well, only if it's a bad haircut. :P If it's a good haircut, the walk to the register is not all that bad.
* Tips welcome - I pay for the cut and then I give the stylist my usual 20%. Sometimes more, or sometimes less, depending on the damage or masterpiece they've created. :)
 
That's pretty much it. Where do you guys get your hair cut? What kine cut you get? How much do you pay? Any other odd rituals?

Most importantly however... how do YOU do?

P.S. Kimbo's joining the cast of The Ultimate Fighter. Woah!

42 Responses to “This Is How We Do: Haircuts”

  1. Center Of Thought:

    For the past 10 years, I've gone to these Cuban dudes in Chelsea (New York City). They're old school barber shop kine....$12 gets you whatever you want, and they're the neighborhood shop, so they pretty much know exactly what you need. To think, I used to actually get anxious about going to get a haircut haha

    And the one thing I miss about the female stylists, when I used to go to a salon, were the boobs...yup, I said it; there's nothing like a big pair of milkbags dangling in your face while you're getting your 'do done....


  2. bB:

    for the longest time i used to cut my own hair because it's cheap and convenient. just buy the razor and you can cut your hear anytime you like. plus no need comb hair in the morning. :lol:

    then people, especially da parents tell me i gotta let me hair grow out so i could i find a gf. i guess work cause now i'm married. :)

    now with that the economy sucks, i like start cutting my hair again. the wife don't mind too.

    but, i go to one shop that is owner/stylist because as it turns out i don't like just anyone to cut my hair. she's really good and cuts fast too.

    i call her up to make an appointment because she's pretty busy all the time. i don't really tell her what to do because i trust her judgment and she always does a good job. i tip her 20%.


  3. bB:

    kimbo will do good if he picked up a ground game. stand up he should be ok, but i think his ground game might need some work.

    should be interesting because this time it's all heavyweights. i wonder who else is on the show. there supposed to be some surprises.

    on a side note......... you know who i was talking about. don't think magic won a title yet. the key words was another ring. :lol: but it's kind of interesting because now they saying lebron's behavior was not so good.

    but, i think cleveland had a solid team because they had a very good season and playoffs until they came up against orlando.


  4. matt:

    I go to a barber shop in the Sunset (SF). Old school barber shop with the red, white and blue barber pole outside. they recently remodeled (the old man handed it over to his son, so they modernized it a bit) so the prices went up a little, but it's still under 20 bucks. standard barbershop accoutrements: playboys, tv with sports, that's it.
    the old man, before he retired, was kind of a local celeb in some circles. I told my dentist I had to get a haircut and where it was and me said "oh, you mean Isa the singing barber". he was famous for singing Jordinian folk songs while cutting hair.
    been going there for over ten years now, pretty much since I moved up here.


  5. Ynaku:

    I go to this barbershop on the same block as my office. Just walk in, sit down read People or National Geo mags. She calls me, I sit down and she cuts. We chit chat. clip clip, bzz bzz, brush with powder. Pau, I pay her $10 and give her $2 tip. Say goodbye and see her next month.

    And she's not the old Japanese lady. Young girl who I used to see at Fantastic Sams, then opened her own place before the rent went up. Finally she took over the barbershop where this Nice Old Japanese Lady barber finally retired.

    I like going there cause she knows exactly how I want my hair cut and she knows where all the girry girry stay on my head. (NO, I don't have 2 together on the top of my head. I have 1 on top and one each on my neck which makes my hair twist in opposite directions so she cuts my hair above it so it it straight.)


  6. frankie:

    I go to Makiki Barbershop (same parking lot as Ja Gal Chi restaurant). It's a throwback to the 1960s where, literally, nothing has changed. The guy still uses a wind-up cash register. $11 haircuts, for the win!


  7. hemajang:

    Wife cut my hair until a few years ago. She started to get tired of messing with my hair. Not that I was particular but I think she always felt it wasn't cut good enough. Heck, I always thought it turned out good. In fact, I used to cut her hair too. She has long straight hair so I just lopped off a few inches layers at a time so the outside was longer than the inside. But we finally decided to let the "pro's" cut our hair. Like you, I went to Supercuts but they so inconsistent that I started to go to a semi-fancy shop up da street where my daughter goes and the barber/stylist is good and fast. Takes 10-15 minutes including a wash but expensive ...$21! The good thing is that I don't have to wait but need to make appointment. However my daughter, SIL and grandson jumped ship and go elsewhere and I'm think of doing the same. Maybe go to the barber shop my SIL goes to at Mililani Shopping Center. I think its cheaper than Supercuts. My son does his own DIY buzz cut haircut but my head shape is so weird and misshapen that it wouldn't work for me.


  8. hemajang:

    hey frankie, I used to go to that Makiki Barbershop in the late 60's/70's during my UH days and lived in Makiki. At that time, the barber was also a postal worker. Good guy and friendly. Afterwards a Korean guy took over and he was good too. yeah, I think it was the same wind-up register they used.


  9. NeedaHobby:

    No excitement here. I've been going to the same stylist for about 15 years now. I usually go once a month. When I go in, I just make my appointment for the next time.

    Shut the peepers

    Ha, ha. I do the same thing. I also close my eyes when she washes my hair. ;)


  10. EMM386:

    Supercuts works for me too. I don't even bother with a particular stylist, I just walk in and whoever comes up is good enough. My hairstyle is pretty much a buzz cut, so it's usually ok no matter who cuts it. Hair grows back anyway, so a bad job can be fixed in a couple of weeks.


  11. theDman:

    I make the appointment with a particular stylist at Fantastic Sam's. She does a good job. But I have had lots of bad haircuts. Usually happens when you have to get a new barber. Gotta go through trial and error. My Stylist washes my hair which gets all the cut hair off me before I get back in the car...which I greatly appreciate.


  12. M:

    Good Morning Ed! :)

    I go to a barbershop near where I live. It's a korean guy that cuts my hair and sometimes his daughter comes in to help. I prefer the daugther if she's there. She does a better job and faster.


  13. kuya.d:

    I go to Carol's, next to the wiki-wiki mart on Kawailani. Never crowded, I just walk in. I used to always buzz um all the way down, so was quick and easy. But since Christmas, been growing it out. Last month I stopped by to clean it up since I was channeling my inner Wolverine, and she never recognize me at first. She's the only barber I been to since moving to Hilo. Her son and I used to work together.

    @Ynaks - lotta my frenz go to "A Nice Barber Shop", the one just off bayfront . . . they only go cuz of da pretty ladies cutting hair.


  14. Ynaku:

    @kuya. Yeah I know that one. I go to Haili Barber across the old Western Auto. Hey $10 can't go wrong.

    I've been to Carols when my other stylists quit Fantastic Sams and moved in with her until they opened their new place on Kamana St across Reynolds recycling. I still go there once in a while. The hair place not recycling. i don;t think they like recycle my white hair :?


  15. Chicken Grease:

    [Grease blushes; asks "did I start somethin'? Heh, thought the long-hair version was cool; like a character out of John Woo's 'Red Cliff'" (great pair of films, by the way)]

    Boku wa go to Blanc, which looks like a hair cut place out of Bret Easton Ellis novel . . . now, Supercuts is good, from what I understand. But, uh, I need a bit of an ambience when The Grease is chopping his hair. I've been checking out Blanc (Salon) on Ala Moana Blvd. (same apt. complex -- an understatement, yes -- that houses P.F. Chang). I just get incredible, expected, more than decent haircuts from there. Lemme rephrase: THE best haircuts I've ever gotten. Highly recommended by the Grease. Can be a bit pricey, but, hey, it is your hairdo we are talkin' 'bout.

    There's a neat-o old-fashioned looking barbershop (going toward oceanside from the Diamond Head Market and Grill parking lot) that I've been finding an excuse to try. But, I dunno when . . . Blanc is quite doing the trick.

    Hey, I'm single. Boku wa spoil myself badly :) .


  16. rayboyjr:

    I think most of our haircut rituals are similar, no matter where we go...

    What I do wish is that I could cut my own hair. I always wanted to try that vacuum hair cut thing where you just plug the clippers to your vacuum and suck and cut your hair away. But I think my hair is too short anyway. Have friends who actually use this and the hair looks ok.

    BTW Ed, I've had the same "stylist" for the past 10 years at least, I think. How's that? I don't have to say a thing ... she knows how I like it! Geez that sounded kinda perv...


  17. Rosette:

    YES HAIR CUT ONE TIME I WENT A GOT A GUY WITH HAIRY ARMPITS ..HE WAS WEARING TANK TOP...SO NOT ONLY HE IS STINKY HE GAVE ME CRAPPY HAIR CUT...I WAS SITTING WAITING FOR A LADY AND A FREAKING HAIRY ARMPIT GUY OFFER HIS SERVICE I SHOULD HAVE RUN .....SO NOW I CUT MY OWN JUST STRAIGHT IN THE FRONT...one time I cut my son's hair omg he was crying from school so I had to take him to hair dresser plus I gave him $20.00 and a hat to compensate for his suffering...funny huh .

    I usually give five bucks for tip.

    I hate sitting in the sit..what if I have to pee..then I think omg omg I got to go to the bathroom! I AM LIKE GO FASTER ALREADY!


  18. Rosette:

    my son use to go to the same hair cut place..... then I told him just find another place.. he says but mom what if I get crappy haircut..so I tell him no you wont and sure enough he come home looking cute. Now he doesn't mind if he get different girls to do his hair...yes sometimes if you have bad experience you have hard time.


  19. J.P.:

    I'm old fashioned. My mom cut my hair once when I was around 6 yrs old and she's been cutting my hair ever since. I've probably saved alot of money over the years.


  20. Rosette:

    my husband he follows the hair dresser all the way to her new place...if he likes the hair dresser he follows her to her new business...he tells me SHE CUTS THE BEST SO HE STICKS TO THAT...I can go anywhere closer to my house I AM NOT GOING TO GO HALF THE CITY..so my son now thinks like me he finds one closer to our house and she is just as good...what if you have bad hair cut then you drive all the way across looking like an idiot with bad hair cut! GO HOME FIND A BANDANA wait for a month to grow or go drive to another lady to fix a bad hair cut.


  21. Rosette:

    http://blog.360.yahoo.com/blog-XKMxKSg2dKpw0XmKTqRfWqRIEVGXzUdJM8iHdHVk?tag=%2B%2Bigavemysonahaircut%2B%2B


  22. Rosette:

    SEE THAT ED I FAILED HAIR DRESSER MY SON CRIED...I TRIED MY BEST NOT TO CUT TOO MUCH GOOD THIGN THE HAIR DRESSER FIXED IT FOR ME...I wanted his hair a bit longer at the front then the kids at school laugh at his hair...funny huh...HE WAS CRYING ALL THE WAY HOME..MOM MOM kids laughing at me ....so I learned my lesson not to touch his hair....cost me forty dollar the second time to keep him shut up crying.! THEN I DO THE PIZZA THING...keep him happy forget his bad hair day!


  23. Rosette:

    yes for bad hair day my wallet was empty after....HERE TAKE all my cash forty bucks to shut him up...the kid knows my weakness...tears!


  24. snow:

    i've been going to the same hairdresser...every five weeks... for the past 18 years? holy schmokes... i didn't realize it was that long! i just knew that i started going to him when i started working at my current job! i'm a creature of habit... always make my appointment at the same time, same day, five weeks apart, if it's possible! i don't like to wait so, i'm bad, i usually get there a little bit late and most times i stll have to wait a little bit. i never tell him how to cut my hair (except maybe a few times)... i just sit down and he does whatever he wants! of course, it's normally kind of similar (to me, anyway!)... other people might notice that's something is different and will tell me, but i usually don't notice! i always close my eyes when he's cutting the front of my hair... have that phobia about getting poked in the eye with a scissors! i give him about 15% tip... but he's an owner and they say you don't need to tip them... i'd feel bad if i didn't give him a tip, plus i want him to stay in business!! anyway, he charges way more than supercuts... so, 15% is still a good amount!


  25. kako mochi:

    i went to hcc cosmetology, so my good friend and ex-roomie does my hair...she's always moving around too!

    just last month i texted her to see if she was working a certain day and if so, i'd call to make appointment. she replied back that she was working the day i asked for so i called trade secret to make appoinment. the receptionist tells me "she doesn't work here anymore..."

    WTF?!?!

    i thought she was punking me! turns out she went back to the place she was working before that (and "forgot" to tell me)...which is ok w/me ~ i live in town and she used to work out in waipahu and ewa beach! dude! i could only go on sundays when i go my parent's place in pearl city!


  26. Miss Pris:

    Dudes are lucky.....their haircuts are pretty simple and can get um done for pretty cheap....us girlies pay and arm and a leg to get our hair done. Well, if you want to make sure its gonna look the way you want it to that is.

    I've had my share of bad haircuts...and all of them were from cheap places like Supercuts or Fantastic Sams....never again! Nowdays I just go see my girl Tammy D. (remember our KHS classmate?) at the Marsha Nadalin Salon in Kahala Mall. Sure it cost me at least $60.00 a pop (and thats without anything else but a haircut) but its definitely worth it. Now, if I want to color it or get highlights...thats a different story. I've walked outta there a few times paying well over $200.00 bucks....but she did give me exactly what I wanted...so it was worth it.


  27. Kage:

    I go to Kristina at Fantastic Sams in Mililani. She is great and will cut the way I ask. Except this last trip. I wanted to pretty much shave my head for summer. She refused and would only cut it to a specific length. I like it and guess she was right. She said any shorter and I would have looked weird. Or did she say weirder? I usually give 15%-20% depends on how much singles I have in my wallet.

    It took me years to find someone I like. Growing up we went to one lady in Wahiawa with her own shop. After moving away from there I still would drive back just to cut my hair. Then she retired.

    Then I went to go to the Fantastic Sams in Aiea, but the one lady I liked would always be booked solid. I guess she was that good.There was this other lady at FS Aiea that cut my hair once and it looked like a MUSHROOM!! When I asked her to cut it shorter, she argued with me. No need tell you I neva tip her that time.

    I like where I am at now.


  28. hanapaa:

    The only problem is that I'm like a rich, ugly bachelor. I can't keep a girl to save my life.
    Haahh??? Cuz, I thought you wuz married? Change awreddy? JK!!!
    I been goin to da same guy since UH days. Yeah so wat he own da salon. Sometimes get eye candy in dea. No need tell em nuting how fo cut. Jus siddown, talk story bout fishing, boats or watevahs. I tink he wen raise da price on me last time, $23 + tip. "Wow, brah! You supposed to gimme discount since get less hair fo cut!!!"


  29. World Wide Ed:

    * Center Of Thought:
    And the one thing I miss about the female stylists, when I used to go to a salon, were the boobs...yup, I said it; there's nothing like a big pair of milkbags dangling in your face while you're getting your 'do done....

    LOL! Chee, it didn't take too long to turn in this direction did it? :P

    * bB:
    now with that the economy sucks, i like start cutting my hair again. the wife don't mind too.

    Wifey keeps telling me she's down to cut my hair too, but I feel like it's so humbug for her. Plus, I'd be her test/practice model beeBz. Haha! Miss being in Japan cause my grams and some family have barber backgrounds...

    * bB:
    should be interesting because this time it's all heavyweights. i wonder who else is on the show. there supposed to be some surprises.

    Ken Shamrock? Start all ova? :P

    * matt:
    standard barbershop accoutrements: playboys, tv with sports, that's it.

    Wait what now? What was that first one again? LOL!

    * Ynaku:
    Pau, I pay her $10 and give her $2 tip.

    Hooo! $12! What a deal naks!

    * frankie:
    I go to Makiki Barbershop (same parking lot as Ja Gal Chi restaurant). It's a throwback to the 1960s where, literally, nothing has changed. The guy still uses a wind-up cash register. $11 haircuts, for the win!

    ftw!

    * hemajang:
    Maybe go to the barber shop my SIL goes to at Mililani Shopping Center. I think its cheaper than Supercuts.

    What wot!? Where dat one stay hemmaz? I might jump ship with you! :)

    * NeedaHobby:
    Shut the peepers

    Ha, ha. I do the same thing. I also close my eyes when she washes my hair.

    Hard not to fall asleep though yeah Hobbz? :P

    * EMM386:
    Supercuts works for me too. I don't even bother with a particular stylist, I just walk in and whoever comes up is good enough. My hairstyle is pretty much a buzz cut, so it's usually ok no matter who cuts it. Hair grows back anyway, so a bad job can be fixed in a couple of weeks.

    Same for me EMMbot... except for the buzz cut part. I usually just tell um to keep the length, but thin it out and clean up the sides and back. Hard to screw that up eh?

    * theDman:
    My Stylist washes my hair which gets all the cut hair off me before I get back in the car...which I greatly appreciate.

    Lucky. I think I gotta pay extra for that Big D! One of my 100 stylists actually left Supercuts and went to Fantastic Sam's. She was good too! :(

    * M:
    I prefer the daugther if she's there. She does a better job and faster.

    LOL! For a split second there, I thought you were gonna go Center of Thought on that one... :P

    * kuya.d:
    lotta my frenz go to "A Nice Barber Shop", the one just off bayfront . . . they only go cuz of da pretty ladies cutting hair.

    My co-worker was going to this one salon for that very reason. I wonder if we're onto something here (business idea). Hehe!

    * Ynaku:
    I still go there once in a while. The hair place not recycling. i don;t think they like recycle my white hair

    LOL! I wish I was a girl so I could donate my hair for locks of love. My hair is long, but not that long. :(

    * Chicken Grease:
    Lemme rephrase: THE best haircuts I've ever gotten. Highly recommended by the Grease. Can be a bit pricey, but, hey, it is your hairdo we are talkin' 'bout.

    Wow! I jealous Ceeg! Can I borrow $20? :P

    * rayboyjr:
    What I do wish is that I could cut my own hair. I always wanted to try that vacuum hair cut thing where you just plug the clippers to your vacuum and suck and cut your hair away. But I think my hair is too short anyway. Have friends who actually use this and the hair looks ok.

    LOL! My friend had that back in high school and we used to use it. Was ok for us low maintenance peeps with longer hair. The idea in itself is pretty ingenius though yeah juniorboy!?

    * Rosette:
    YES HAIR CUT ONE TIME I WENT A GOT A GUY WITH HAIRY ARMPITS ..HE WAS WEARING TANK TOP...SO NOT ONLY HE IS STINKY HE GAVE ME CRAPPY HAIR CUT...I WAS SITTING WAITING FOR A LADY AND A FREAKING HAIRY ARMPIT GUY OFFER HIS SERVICE I SHOULD HAVE RUN

    Yeah, that wait is terrible yeah Rosey? You always have your eye on who you think is good and who you want, but you always end up getting the one you think is junk. LOL!

    * J.P.:
    I'm old fashioned. My mom cut my hair once when I was around 6 yrs old and she's been cutting my hair ever since. I've probably saved alot of money over the years.

    Niiiice! Yeah, I jealous! That's a sweet deal J Peasy! What are her hours? :P

    * Rosette:
    my husband he follows the hair dresser all the way to her new place...if he likes the hair dresser he follows her to her new business.

    Yeah, no. I thought about that too but for me it's more of a convenience thing.

    * snow:
    i don't like to wait so, i'm bad, i usually get there a little bit late and most times i stll have to wait a little bit.

    Sometimes I wonder if that backfires on us snow. Like, if they actually end on time and we're not there at our specified time... they'll just take the next available customer. Hmm... :P

    * kako mochi:
    i live in town and she used to work out in waipahu and ewa beach! dude! i could only go on sundays when i go my parent's place in pearl city!

    Woah. That's dedication moch! Your friend bettah be thankful! ;)

    * Miss Pris:
    Now, if I want to color it or get highlights...thats a different story. I've walked outta there a few times paying well over $200.00 bucks.

    What in the heck!? You crazy or wot Prissy? Nah, probably worth every penny though yeah? Eh, tell Tammy I said Wassup next time! :)

    * Kage:
    I wanted to pretty much shave my head for summer. She refused and would only cut it to a specific length. I like it and guess she was right.

    I usually don't like when they scold/argue with you, but they're usually right yeah? Haha!

    * hanapaa:
    I been goin to da same guy since UH days. Yeah so wat he own da salon. Sometimes get eye candy in dea. No need tell em nuting how fo cut. Jus siddown, talk story bout fishing, boats or watevahs. I tink he wen raise da price on me last time, $23 + tip. "Wow, brah! You supposed to gimme discount since get less hair fo cut!!!"

    LOL! Plus too, I thought you would have da "ins" by now already yeah hanapaa? :)


  30. mcat:

    i've been to so many hair places. can't even name them all! aveda & raiz are my too favorites. aveda got too expensive though now. i like raiz & i like my hair stylist, she always does a nice job. and i don't do highlights or color nowdays just the cut!

    yes guys are lucky, it's much easier for them to cut their hair. there are so many styles for girls, and much more pricey.


  31. Rosette:

    yes so next time they should have a pole dancer to keep me busy instead of thinking about the hairy stinky armpit guy! IF YOU SEE THAT GUY YOU RUN RUN....! YES put some music relax and watch the dancer..what do I get the hairy armpit of a guy dancing at my face!


  32. Rosette:

    yes usually I can predict the outcome of a hiar cut just by watching them cutting other people's hair but his armpit GOT ME..so lesson one use your instinct! THIS TIME I AM MORE VOCAL if I don't like something I say so ..just ask my husband if I go to restaurant I scan the sitting if the lady give me crappy section close to toilet I TELL HER SO.....MOVE ME TO DIFFRENT SEAT..oh dear..I COMPLAIN this time...yes this time I TALK BACK MY EYES TURN TO EVIL LOOK ...! YUP


  33. skycastles:

    I'm with J.P. I get my hair cut by my moms. She had her own barbershop in Pearl City but then decided to retire. That lasted a coupla weeks and she couldn't handle (I'd trade her in a second!).

    Now she works part-time at Aloha Hairlines near Flamingos in PC. It's a beauty shop though so there's like three other ladies working there doing perms and color and all that.

    Sometimes when I go in for cut and color I feel sorry for the dudes who have to smell all the chemicals. Oh and they do nails at the place too. Some days it's pretty potent in there!


  34. Scott:

    Ever seen the opening scene of Eastern Promises? If so, you'll be cringing right now.


  35. theDman:

    Carol's on Kawailani?

    That's been there forever. Must be different operator by now.


  36. Ynaku:

    Dman, she still there :lol:


  37. Ynaku:

    My wife used to cut my hair until she clipped my ear. That was it :x


  38. Ynaku:

    Actually several stylist clipped my ear. I guess my years on Vulcan was too much.


  39. World Wide Ed:

    * mcat:
    yes guys are lucky, it's much easier for them to cut their hair. there are so many styles for girls, and much more pricey.

    So true m.c. at! Was even thinking about shaving this 'do, but we shall see...

    * Rosette:
    if I don't like something I say so ..just ask my husband if I go to restaurant I scan the sitting if the lady give me crappy section close to toilet I TELL HER SO.....MOVE ME TO DIFFRENT SEAT

    Yeah, I try to do that too Rosey, but be careful at restaurants. Say the wrong thing and there will be extra goodies in your food. ;)

    * skycastles:
    Now she works part-time at Aloha Hairlines near Flamingos in PC. It's a beauty shop though so there's like three other ladies working there doing perms and color and all that.

    Ahahaha! I thought that was a typo sky, but I get it now. :)

    * Scott:
    Ever seen the opening scene of Eastern Promises? If so, you'll be cringing right now.

    Yeah? Do tell Scotty2Hotty. Is the trailer any indication? Speaking of movies stay tuned for some movie pass giveaways! :)

    * Ynaku:
    Actually several stylist clipped my ear. I guess my years on Vulcan was too much.

    Nanu nanu naks! Oops, wrong character. :P


  40. Ynaku:

    Hey Ed, "Live Long and Prosper"


  41. davebOI:

    Been going to the same place for 17 years. The funny part is, my hair cutter has been the one constant in my life (outside my family) for that entire period. It's great now. I haven't had to tell him anything how to cut for about 5 or 6 years (since I last changed it up). Just sit down, talk story...tennis, fights, anything! I've even made a couple good friends just seeing them at his place all the time over the years. But from all the stories, I guess it's a blessing. In my life: death, taxes and a good haircut always a guarantee. Thanks Naamon!


  42. World Wide Ed:

    * 40.Ynaku:
    Hey Ed, "Live Long and Prosper"

    That's it! Ahahaha!

    * 41.davebOI:
    It's great now. I haven't had to tell him anything how to cut for about 5 or 6 years (since I last changed it up). Just sit down, talk story...tennis, fights, anything!

    See, I'm jealous db! That's what I'd like one day... Hehe!