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31 Mar 2024, 2:16 pm

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I've not been to the hairdresser since


good for you!, babybird


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31 Mar 2024, 2:22 pm

babybird wrote:
It's probably about normal

The last time I went to the hairdresser (about 20+ years ago) it cost me 70 quid for them to make an absolute mess of my hair

It looked like topiary

I had to come home and cut it again myself

I've not been to the hairdresser since


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02 Apr 2024, 3:07 am

babybird wrote:
It's probably about normal

The last time I went to the hairdresser (about 20+ years ago) it cost me 70 quid for them to make an absolute mess of my hair

It looked like topiary

I had to come home and cut it again myself

I've not been to the hairdresser since


I got a bad hair cut once, the lady who cut my hair, she said it like hers. I don’t even know her, why would I want hair like hers?



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02 Apr 2024, 11:44 am

:lol:

Yeah why?


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02 Apr 2024, 12:10 pm

Kitty4670 wrote:
babybird wrote:
It's probably about normal

The last time I went to the hairdresser (about 20+ years ago) it cost me 70 quid for them to make an absolute mess of my hair

It looked like topiary

I had to come home and cut it again myself

I've not been to the hairdresser since


I got a bad hair cut once, the lady who cut my hair, she said it like hers. I don’t even know her, why would I want hair like hers?


If the hairdresser said your hair is like hers, she might have meant the texture of your hair is similar to hers or something like that, I don't think she would have meant that you wanted your hair like hers, at least in those words?



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04 Apr 2024, 2:41 pm

Kitty4670 wrote:
blitzkrieg wrote:
It is a lot better to let a hairdresser do your hair if possible, or at the very least, a barber.



I don’t have enough money, It’s probably around $130 to $215


Not really. It depends on where you go and what you are doing. It was $30 for my last haircut.


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04 Apr 2024, 3:12 pm

^ Yeah, a basic hair cut for a female is a lot cheaper than having highlights or colouring done or anything like that?



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04 Apr 2024, 3:14 pm

Post moved to the correct thread



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04 Apr 2024, 3:16 pm

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I had a burger from Wetherspoons and I thought it was awful. The burger was overcooked with the texture of cardboard.

And it was served in a brioche bun instead of a regular bread bun and I don't like brioche buns - they are too sweet for a bread. Yuck.


Do they also cut hair in your weatherspoons


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04 Apr 2024, 3:19 pm

I make homemade brioche. It’s delicious, and it smells lovely when it’s baking. (Brioche isn’t always particularly sweet.)

I’m always careful to keep hair trimmings out of the dough on days that I cut my hair AND make bread.


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04 Apr 2024, 3:28 pm

babybird wrote:
blitzkrieg wrote:
I had a burger from Wetherspoons and I thought it was awful. The burger was overcooked with the texture of cardboard.

And it was served in a brioche bun instead of a regular bread bun and I don't like brioche buns - they are too sweet for a bread. Yuck.


Do they also cut hair in your weatherspoons


Haha, wrong thread? :lol:



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04 Apr 2024, 3:38 pm

:lol:


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