Just Like The Movies

June 29th, 2009
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Last Saturday I needed to get a haircut but I was finally fed up with Supercuts.

I've been going there since I was 15 and had more than my share of bad haircuts from their "stylists". They're either new and inexperienced or they just cut and be done with it. Their prices have gone up a few times and their once "everyday value" went from $9.99 to a whopping $18 (without tip). For da wahine, dat may not seem like much but to us guys, dat's a lot wen most times it's just a buzz and a trim on top - nothing fancy.

They've also gotten rid of their "get 12 haircuts get 1 free" card. It used to buy 8 get 1 free, then buy 10 get 1 free (I think) and then 12 and now nada.

In fact, a few months ago wen I went down to da Kaahumanu location, my "stylist" (who I could barely understand but have had cut my hair several times) asked me if I shampooed my hair after a haircut. I said, "not right away, but after I get home I do."

At the end of my haircut, she directs me to the back and I follow. It was a very slow day as I was da only person there so I thought she was just being nice and giving me a shampoo hookup...... then I got da bill. :shock:

Boy was I duped. Suckah.

Wasssap Wit Dat!

I didn't even want to bother arguing and just paid the little extra and went on my way but boy did Da Wife hear my...... opinion. :wink:

So last Saturday I took a chance on a barber shop I see almost everyday and always told myself I'd check them out. They're on da corner of Kamehameha Hwy and Waimano Home Road in the Pearl City Medical Building which is very ironic cause there isn't a single medical office there..... WWD!

I walk in and immediately they ask, "Haircut?".

"Yes."

They point me to a chair and there I was, hoping my hair wouldn't get butchered and praying I didn't make a mistake.

Right after I tell the "barber" wat I wanted, he buzzed and snipped away. I then began noticing that it's a quaint little shop with about six or seven chairs and each with their own "flare" ranging from equipment to Christmas pictures of their frequent patrons.

Then the fun began.

People started flowing in and the wall to wall bench seats were filled up. A little keiki was watching a movie on her dad's iPhone, a couple of others texting, the rest either reading The Honolulu Advertiser :grin: or magazine. A barber (are wahine barber's called barbers too?) took a quick second to grab a jar of candy on her shelf, opened it up and asked da keiki if she wanted one.

A big smile gleemed from da keiki's face.

Then da boss lady asked one of her barber's if he could work some extra days that he wasn't scheduled to and it was entertaining to say the least. If you've ever watched da movie Barbershop starring Ice Cube and Cedric the Entertainer, it was just li'dat. If you nevah saw it, you missed out on a fun movie.

It was exactly like the movie where they were arguing and quipping back and forth and all the patrons are laughing.

Classic.

Well my hair wasn't butchered and I was very impressed at the attention to detail my barber had. He even busted out the shaving razor - da kine with da huge blade and handle - and trimmed all da edges to make sharp lines! He was handsomely rewarded for attention to detail and he surah earned his tip.

And da $13.61 price for da haircut didn't hurt either. :grin:

Pearl City Barbershop and Hairstyling is in a prime location next to Longs, Don Quixote, banks and McDonald's and yet they are still able to keep their prices down.

Looks like I found a real barber now.

How's yours lookin'?

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32 Responses to “Just Like The Movies”

  1. Ynaku:

    Ho brah. I quit Supercuts LONG TIME ago after all my "stylists" left and they started charging $$$$$. I followed my stylists but was getting harder to make appointments. I go to this Barber Shop around the corner from work. Only $10. I go in, sit down, read magazine, and wait for her call. No need tell her how I like cut my hair. She get um. After pau, put baby powder and brush the hair off da neck and I pay plus tip and all pau in 15 minutes after she starts.

    How that? No more the kine Barber shop action you talked about though. One girl operation.

    Keed time my dad took us to "Friendly Barber" All Filipinos. I no understand what they all yacking about but good fun.


  2. acuradriver02:

    BL~

    I'm with you. I went SuperCuts for much of my life (in LA + in Honolulu). When I found a good stylist, I stuck with it. But like you, it was getting to be less and less of a value. I have been going to a barber place for a few years now, with the same stylist that I found there. Couldn't be happier. Always willing to accommodate my schedule.

    But when I was going SuperCuts when I first moved to Honolulu - had one girl...very "entertaining". Couldn't figure out if I was at SuperCuts or a "drinking establishment". Let's just say that I saw & felt a lot more than you ought to when getting a haircut. I still remember when she even said that if I needed a haircut on her off days, can go to her place...never took her up on it...didn't want to end up in any sort of compromising position ;-)


  3. buddahbelly:

    Aloha All,
    I Have had the same experience at Supercuts. Usually go to the Ward Av. location since the one close to home in Kaneohe always has a long wait. Ward Av. has a couple of good cutters but if you get a newbie, watch out. You're right about the prices and the discontinuation of the free cuts cards. Like you I've often thought about these little hole in the wall places we always pass. I guess it's time to give them a try. After all when we were kids, that's where our parents took us. I'll let you know.


  4. roach:

    BL,

    Over 10 years ago, the two little, old Japanese ladies that used to run Sharon's in Kaimuki retired and I had nowhere to go for a haircut. I went over 2 months without a haircut, then I gave in and went to Fantastic Sam's. Talk about rookie barbers, it was the worst haircut in my life. I felt lucky that my ears weren't cut too.
    Then, I waited another 2 months then I walked into Cut Loose on King Street and met Kary (one of the owners). Luckily, she had a cancellation and gave me a haircut without an appointment. I have never been happier with service and conversation that I get with Kary. She is a lot younger than me so I'll be dead before she retires. Cost - its not unreasonable and worth every penny.


  5. opso:

    i've been going to da same "stylist" for ohhh.....about 17 years now. :D
    we get along really well and are very comfortable with each oddah. she jalike my therapist.....and vice versa. and no......not da "massagee" kine. ;)

    but i do love it when she massages my head during da shampoo. dat feels soooo good!
    wait.....dat neva sound right. what blog am i on? ;)

    and she always like experiment on my hair.....cause eh.....i no care. main thing not too wacky kine. might as well mess wit em now......before i get bolohead. :lol:
    and i think her prices was from $10 to $16 now. not too bad eh?

    yeah.....Barbershop was a cool flick. all da different personalities and how they gotta work together. but still get the comfortable, family/home feeling.


  6. J.P.:

    my mom's been cutting my hair for years....it started as an "experiment" when i was a kid and i stuck with it ever since cuz i never complained about it. i saved plenty money from haircuts the past 15 years haha.


  7. jaydee:

    Growing up my brother and I always went to the Navy Barbershop because my Dad was Navy. They had one style.....buzz the sides then buzz the top. I think my brother and I used to look like refugees with that 'kine haircut.

    I go to Supercuts now to save money.....though I don't care for their haircuts. The girl I used to go to is good but then she raised her price to $40! Nah, I'll pass. She was a very cute Vietnamese girl though! :)


  8. Scott:

    Suki at Supercuts Nuuanu. I've been going to her for 2 years. She looks and smells very nice, and calls me handsome and gives me a quick shoulder rub on occasion. Me likey Suki :)


  9. M:

    Howzit BL!

    I cut my hair at a place in Kiamuki. It's korean man and his daughter and he does the razor too after the hair cut. I took my son to Supercuts and he rather go back to the korean guy the next time.


  10. KAN:

    When I first saw the title of today's post, I thought "uhoh, wat happened to BL NOW?"

    I used to go to Supercuts because I hate making appointments way in advance to get a haircut. I have a very simple (I think) haircut - one length, straight in the back, bangs in the front (like a chawan cut :lol: but longer in the back). Buggahs couldn't cut in a straight line. That seems to be such a fundamental skill that I couldn't believe they couldn't do it. Lose money.

    I started going to a much more expensive place to get my hair cut, but they do it right. I love my stylist - he is a very nice man. AND he can cut my hair the way I like it.

    My parents both get their hair cut from the same lady they've gone to for the last 40 years. Actually, they may have been going to see her for longer than that, but I can only remember back the last 40 years :-) . I can't tell you how much she charges them, but suffice to say you can't buy a plate lunch with that amount.


  11. Kage:

    Growing up we went to a Barbershop in Wahiawa. She likes the buzz cuts. She is still working in Wahiawa and my nephew goes to her for his haircuts.

    I started going to another "stylist" in my teen years until I was about 30. Did not have to say much except if I wanted it really short, or short. She knew exactly what I liked. She retired, bummer. It took me years to find someone else to cut my hair. Many a Fantastic Sams and Supercuts stylist I went through. The FS in Aiea has this one lady I liked, but she was always booked up. I would end up with this other lady that refused to cut my hair short and I often would look like a mushroom walking out of there.

    Now I go to Kristina at FS in Mililani. She's good. She is the same age as me so I hope we can do this for the rest of my life. I no like look fo annoda stylist again. To hard fo find one I like.


  12. theDman:

    I go Fantastic Sams nowadays, but I used to go to A's Barber Shop on King St. near Keeaumoku. Real good customer service, great haircuts...but, no parking...that's why I had to eventually find another place. The proprietor was a real hot looking Thai woman. She still gives the mini massage afterwards...mmmmmm.....


  13. NKHEA:

    Howzit BL :)

    Me I jus go to FS :) get one wahine that cut my hair, not the best but for da price no can go wrong ;) plus she shampoo my hair afta for free and wen she stay doin dat she give scalp massage too ;) all fo free

    Guest OL not goin be postin hea today :? he no need cut hair :) he bolo head 8O :lol:

    btw; you wen stay go surf on Sat or Sun? I went on both days, Sat waz crackin, point waz double to triple ova head 8O

    NKHEA.... always sat "hair grow back"


  14. NKHEA:

    oops :oops: say not sat :D

    NKHEA....doin it again


  15. Braddah Lance:

    Ynaku:
    Only $10. I go in, sit down, read magazine, and wait for her call. No need tell her how I like cut my hair. She get um. After pau, put baby powder and brush the hair off da neck and I pay plus tip and all pau in 15 minutes after she starts.

    You no mo' too much hair yeah? Pau in 15 mins..... :lol:
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    acuradriver02:
    ....I still remember when she even said that if I needed a haircut on her off days, can go to her place...never took her up on it...didn't want to end up in any sort of compromising position

    Whoa! I must be one ugly buggah.... I nevah had "cute" people cutting my hair. And good thing you nevah go ovah.... remembah, she has da scissors! :shock:
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    buddahbelly:
    Like you I've often thought about these little hole in the wall places we always pass. I guess it's time to give them a try.

    Well I always talk about going to dat kine but nevah do... glad I finally did. :grin:

    After all when we were kids, that's where our parents took us.

    Wen I was young, I used to go to a mom and pop place too..... my Mom and Pop. :roll:
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    roach:
    I went over 2 months without a haircut, then I gave in and went to Fantastic Sam's. Talk about rookie barbers, it was the worst haircut in my life. I felt lucky that my ears weren't cut too.

    Two months without a haircut? I usually go AT LEAST two months without one unless there's a special occasion I got "look good" for. :roll: And talking about ears.... my ears got clipped at Supercuts in Salt Lake. Not only did they totally mess up my hair... my ear was bleeding!!! WWD! And you know wat's even mo' worse? I was getting it cut for da Winter Ball. Ai-goo!

    She is a lot younger than me so I'll be dead before she retires. Cost - its not unreasonable and worth every penny.

    As long as you're happy. :razz:
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    opso:
    .....but i do love it when she massages my head during da shampoo. dat feels soooo good!

    Wat kine stylists/barbers you guys going to?! I've nevah had dat kine evah!

    yeah.....Barbershop was a cool flick. all da different personalities and how they gotta work together. but still get the comfortable, family/home feeling.

    Not surah if anyone's seen da little barber shop on Kalakaua near da convention center called Flavah. Everytime I drive by, das all I think about is da movie Barbershop. :lol:
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    J.P.:
    my mom's been cutting my hair for years....it started as an "experiment" when i was a kid and i stuck with it ever since cuz i never complained about it. i saved plenty money from haircuts the past 15 years haha.

    Same hea'. I think I stopped once I was in 8th grade. Got really tired of da chawan-cut. :lol:
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    jaydee:
    Growing up my brother and I always went to the Navy Barbershop because my Dad was Navy. They had one style.....buzz the sides then buzz the top. I think my brother and I used to look like refugees with that 'kine haircut.

    :lol: Classic. :lol:
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    Scott:
    Suki at Supercuts Nuuanu. I've been going to her for 2 years. She looks and smells very nice, and calls me handsome and gives me a quick shoulder rub on occasion. Me likey Suki

    Geez, have I been going to da wrong Supercuts my whole life? :lol:
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    M:
    I cut my hair at a place in Kiamuki. It's korean man and his daughter and he does the razor too after the hair cut.

    Kinda tripped me out at first. I was like, uh, I don't have enough hair on my face for a shave. And it felt weird but kinda neat too. :grin:
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    KAN:
    When I first saw the title of today's post, I thought "uhoh, wat happened to BL NOW?"

    :lol: Hey, I get some good moments too you know. :lol:

    Buggahs couldn't cut in a straight line. That seems to be such a fundamental skill that I couldn't believe they couldn't do it.

    I've had dat problem too.... unrealz.

    I can't tell you how much she charges them, but suffice to say you can't buy a plate lunch with that amount.

    :shock: :cool:
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    Kage:
    Growing up we went to a Barbershop in Wahiawa. She likes the buzz cuts.

    All military das why. They even have dat cleaners dat does like da whole bases uniforms yeah?

    Now I go to Kristina at FS in Mililani. She's good. She is the same age as me so I hope we can do this for the rest of my life. I no like look fo annoda stylist again. To hard fo find one I like.

    Maybe we go invest in da Flowbee. :lol:
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    theDman:
    The proprietor was a real hot looking Thai woman. She still gives the mini massage afterwards...mmmmmm.....

    :shock: Man, I really am going to da wrong places fo' get my haircut. :lol:


  16. tita leerz:

    i been going to the same lady for 20 years...since i was in high school. some of my friends still go to her too. she's been with us through the many different boy friends, schools and now she cuts our kids hairs. she knows my hair...i'm sure other stylists would do just a great a job but there's nothing like a small shop and a hometown feel...just like in the movies... just like barbershop or...beauty shop. if you go in the right time, dey cookin lunch inside...and they share. or you bring food from tanioka's and sit and wait for the nana to be done with her perm that took extra long. i swear, if it weren't for my stylist (and facebook) i would not know where some of my old friends are now.


  17. Kage:

    I know a couple of guys that use the flowbee. They like it. And their haircut looks good. I guess it just takes practice.


  18. J.P.:

    Same hea'. I think I stopped once I was in 8th grade. Got really tired of da chawan-cut. :lol:

    BL - haha i know how u feel. I had the chawan-cut up until 8th grade too. then had to get the spiked hair version which is still good. :lol:


  19. BananaFysh:

    My mom used to cut my hair until I was in 8th grade or so.

    My faddah gave me a haircut once, when I was like 3. ONCE. One rat bite was enough! :shock:

    When I was going to UH, I used to go to the 3 ladies by Campus Center. I was in ROTC for a little while, and had to get my hair cut every 2 weeks. Good thing they were cheap! Was like $8 or so. I learned that the ladies length of cut got shorter the further in you went into the shop. The lady closest to the door cut it the longest, and closest to the wall cut it SUPER SHORT. I could go 3 weeks before I had to cut again when I went to her. ;)

    Now I go to the hairdresser my wife goes to. Cost little bit more, but she's super nice. I get shampoo and gel even! :) She does good work, and keeps her appointments. I used to go to this mahu guy, and while he cut good, he was junk in keeping his appointments. Plenny times he cancel. No can. So was easy for me to justify going someplace else.


  20. hemajang:

    oh yeah, I switched from a stylist to a barber shop last month. Wife used to cut my hair for many years but was getting humbug for her so at first I went to Supercuts at Salt Lake (no, they never clipped my ear) but was getting different kind haircuts depending on who was there so I went to my daughter's stylist and that lasted for a few years. I wanted to cut down on my expenses and didn't think I was getting good service. She was good and all but felt she didn't spend enough time cutting my hair. It was over in about ten minutes...including a wash and cost me $25 with tip. At one time, five of us in the family went to her but now it's down to my wife. Anyway, the barber from Mililani Barber Shop did a nice job, even and all, took maybe 20+ minutes and a nice shoulder massage and hot towel. And I think it was $13.99. I will definitely go back to see Mina.


  21. BananaFysh:

    @KAN -- Soooo, your haircut is a "chawan mullet?" :lol:

    ha! I keed, I KEED!

    Hm, but now that I think about it ...... :roll:

    :razz:


  22. hemajang:

    As a young boy, pop took me to Tino's in Waipahu. Not sure why it was called that but I always had a "she" cut. Short buzz on the side and back with straight razor edge cut. The razor looked scary and once in a while a nick that always stung when he put that alcohol hair tonic after wards. A highlight in the barbershop was the naked lady calendars that I sneaked a peek or two.


  23. B:

    been going to fantastic sam's in Aiea for couple years now. simple kine cut, nothing fancy. they do alright for what I pay- 17.00 + tip. used to go to hair stylist which she is actually really good, but for 50.00 for basically the same thing, well... might check out the place you just went. for the price no can beat.


  24. mypassionbucketisfull:

    surprised no one said kahala barber shop. i used to go there when i was a kid because my parents used to cut their hair there. then i had my gf cut my hair for a while, then she decided it was too humbug, so i started going back to kahala barber.

    so long you go around the same time on the same day, you'll get the same person. not too bad because the haircut itself is only $15. it's also always good to walk in and just tell them "same thing" and just sit down. if they close, i don't know where i would go.


  25. Coconut Willy:

    Been going to the same stylist for long time. Followed her to now the 4th location. She finally opened her own shop several years ago.

    A few guys I know go to this young Vietnamese girl who gives a massage also. I think they don't care how she cuts...you know what i mean.


  26. snow:

    i've had the same stylist for the past... 18 years!? he was just talking about semi-retirement! :shock: oh no! i've never been to supercuts or fantastic sam's but my son and husband have, so i know what you're talking about! i didn't know their prices had gone up so much! granted, my haircut costs a lot more but at least my stylist knows what he's doing! i've seen - literally - looks of fear on stylists cutting my husband's hair! it's really hit or miss... most times miss, nowadays! there's one stylist from supercuts who cuts his hair nicely but she works out in kapolei... schmall kine far for us. i might tell my husband to try your barber... sounds pretty good!


  27. KAN:

    @KAN -- Soooo, your haircut is a "chawan mullet?"

    Yup, pretty much. Business in the front, party in the back.

    . . . had to get my hair cut every 2 weeks. . . . The lady closest . . . to the wall cut it SUPER SHORT. I could go 3 weeks before I had to cut again.

    I no believe dat from one FBU (full-blood Uchinanchewbacca). No lie, you went back evvry oddah day. :razz:


  28. Tahoe-gal:

    When I started cutting my husband's hair years ago, rat bites were the norm. He wouldn't know until he heard my sharp intake of breath followed by massive non-stop giggles. That "Area 51" would give me a cheap laugh throughout the first week. But I kept practicing on our dog until I got better. Now he always gets compliments on his haircut. My husband, not the dog.

    Not only has it saved us bU-co bucks but I can give him a great cut in less than 10 minutes. He also gets his tummy scratched after. It's complimentary.


  29. King Katonk:

    BL,

    I’ve stopped going to Stupidcuts years ago. I got tired of looking uglier than normal; especially when I had to shell out kala to look this bad.

    I don’t know if this is true in Hawai’i but in L.A. the best haircut value is at a Vietnamese salon. Check this out. When I first get there the lady washes my hair, not once but twice. Then she cuts it very quickly and efficiently. Then she washes it a second time and places a hot steam towel on my face while I recline for a couple of minutes. Back at the chair she gives me a quick shoulder and scalp massage. Finally, she blow dries and styles my rug and I am out the door looking like a Madoff millionaire.

    Ready for this? All for the outstanding price of $12. I usually give them $20 because the service is great and the haircut is very good.

    Since there are so many Vietnamese salons throughout the area the competition is fierce so the consumer ends up with a fantastic deal. Although I don’t speak the language I have never had a bad experience in over 15 years. So if there are any Vietnamese spots in your area you should check them out.


  30. bamboohouse808:

    Day late.....again.

    I've been going Supercuts for the last 15+ years. First the Kaahumanu one and now the Salt Lake one. Yeah, I kinda irrahs at them raising the prices and getting rid of the buy 8/10/12 get one free program. With a place like Supercuts, it's luck of the draw. Some guys do um good. The others not so much. And if you specify which stylist you like go to, they charge you extra. WWD?! Maybe I should check out some of these "mom and pop" type places. Probably cheaper and you probably get the same cut everytime.


  31. EMM386:

    Meh. Supercuts is close to my office and my haircut is hard to screw up, so I just go there. Even if they do screw it up, hair grows back.


  32. Braddah Lance:

    NKHEA:
    Me I jus go to FS get one wahine that cut my hair, not the best but for da price no can go wrong plus she shampoo my hair afta for free and wen she stay doin dat she give scalp massage too all fo free

    Maybe you should get some coloring done too. :razz: I kid I kid. :lol:

    btw; you wen stay go surf on Sat or Sun? I went on both days, Sat waz crackin, point waz double to triple ova head

    Check out today's post. :grin:
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    tita leerz:
    i swear, if it weren't for my stylist (and facebook) i would not know where some of my old friends are now.

    Dang! Sounds like da real Barbershop! :lol:
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    Kage:
    I know a couple of guys that use the flowbee. They like it. And their haircut looks good. I guess it just takes practice.

    Does it do shaved sides too?
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    J.P.:
    BL - haha i know how u feel. I had the chawan-cut up until 8th grade too. then had to get the spiked hair version which is still good.

    Nevah had spiked hair - too thin. I had really really long bangs though, da kine all da way to my chin! :shock:
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    BananaFysh:
    My faddah gave me a haircut once, when I was like 3. ONCE. One rat bite was enough!

    Actually I tink das one of da reasons why I changed "stylist" from Mom to professional. :lol:
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    hemajang:
    She was good and all but felt she didn't spend enough time cutting my hair. It was over in about ten minutes

    I know! Wen I sit in dat chair and you're done in 10 minutes, there's no way da hair can be "straight" and clean cut. :roll:

    Anyway, the barber from Mililani Barber Shop did a nice job, even and all, took maybe 20+ minutes and a nice shoulder massage and hot towel. And I think it was $13.99. I will definitely go back to see Mina.

    Come to think of it, da guy did do a head massage on me! Geez, I fo'got it already. :roll:
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    hemajang:
    A highlight in the barbershop was the naked lady calendars that I sneaked a peek or two.

    LMAO! :lol: I'm DEFINITLY in da wrong barbershop! :lol:
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    B:
    ... might check out the place you just went. for the price no can beat.

    Exactomondo! And it's not like they're not expereienced..... cause da sign outside says "Experienced barber's wanted." :lol:
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    mypassionbucketisfull:
    it's also always good to walk in and just tell them "same thing" and just sit down.

    I'm still waiting fo' dat day to come. :sad:
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    Coconut Willy:
    Been going to the same stylist for long time. Followed her to now the 4th location. She finally opened her own shop several years ago.

    :cool:

    A few guys I know go to this young Vietnamese girl who gives a massage also. I think they don't care how she cuts...you know what i mean.

    :lol: Drinky drinky too? :lol:
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    snow:
    i might tell my husband to try your barber... sounds pretty good!

    It's close so not too bad and not "my barber" jus' yet. I tink gotta go at least two more times before I can call him dat. :wink:
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    Tahoe-gal:
    When I started cutting my husband's hair years ago, rat bites were the norm. He wouldn't know until he heard my sharp intake of breath followed by massive non-stop giggles.

    :lol: I know dat sound! :lol:

    He also gets his tummy scratched after. It's complimentary.

    Does he do da leg thing too? :lol:
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    King Katonk:
    I’ve stopped going to Stupidcuts years ago. I got tired of looking uglier than normal; especially when I had to shell out kala to look this bad.

    :lol: Stupidcuts! :lol:

    I don’t know if this is true in Hawai’i but in L.A. the best haircut value is at a Vietnamese salon.

    Funny you mention dat - da guy cutting my hair was a Vietnamese guy cutting hair in a Korean owned shop. :lol: I fo'got to mention too in da post dat he did give me a temple massage. Threw me off a little but was au'good.

    Ready for this? All for the outstanding price of $12. I usually give them $20 because the service is great and the haircut is very good.

    Totally agree! I did da same thing. :grin:
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    bamboohouse808:
    Day late.....again.

    C'mon! NEVAH LATE! :grin:

    And if you specify which stylist you like go to, they charge you extra. WWD?!

    Oooooh man! No even get me started on dat one!!! I was so irra's wen they started doing dat! Maybe I like someone who has cut my hair cut 'em again yeah? :roll:

    Maybe I should check out some of these "mom and pop" type places. Probably cheaper and you probably get the same cut everytime.

    Das why - as da above posts have shown - loyalty goes a long way wen it comes to hair. :grin:
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    EMM386:
    Meh. Supercuts is close to my office and my haircut is hard to screw up, so I just go there. Even if they do screw it up, hair grows back.

    You pretty forgiving eh? :lol: I can cut 'em for you..... only $10..... no need tip either. :wink: Going grow back right? :lol: