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Do Polish Barbers secretly hate their clients?


Rysavy 10 | 308
4 Apr 2013  #1
ZOMG! Every time my fiance is returned from barber I'm flabberghasted.

Are proper hair studios rarer except big cities?
Terrible cut #5 and I blurted to stop going and use child's paper scissors for better look.
Though #3 was a bieberfication and passable even in not "him".

Normally he recieves a bad razor cut (where the ends are shaved and can frizz out)
This time shorter bangs cutting into the hairedge for jagged "I squirmed in chair" look.
It is done awful just accenting he has a high forehead and will eventually lose much of his lovely silky gold hair (they thin it.. I already shed more hair than he even had)

and when I looked on that link last year..the Polish dating site thingy...many had the same awful haircut or just shaved and looked like military or skinheads.

I noticed last time she popped in his room to grab something; his teen sister came out the wrong door of the salon recent as well (they chopped off and streaked her gorgeous thick platimum hair in to a bad 80's midlength- the kind moms wore) .
jon357 63 | 14,134
4 Apr 2013  #2
There are certainly both good ones and bad ones in Warsaw - more of the latter than the former. For men, you have to make damn sure that they don't leave you with too much at the back - almost a mini-mullet. A normal style for less fashionable people in PL.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
4 Apr 2013  #3
Tell him to just shave it.
jon357 63 | 14,134
4 Apr 2013  #4
That's what one has to do.
OP Rysavy 10 | 308
5 Apr 2013  #5
a mini-mullet

Yes, yes...........it does have mullet like quality................ *nods*

If one has to search in Warsaw there is no hope then up in the north of Podlaskie... it is bad hair or no hair (long hair is not in equation)

Soon as he comes for a longer stay this year Im gonna take him to my cousin and hook him up

Tell him to just shave it. [quote=jon357]That's what one has to do.

[/quote] well that explains the skinhead look being in.. cheaper & easier than a bad haircut.

Would I seem too shallow if I was to say, Nooooo I wanna play with the lustrous gilded color for a little while longer? ^_^
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
26 Dec 2014  #6
Anyone know of an English-speaking barber or unisex salon stylist that's not expensive in Wro? My existing one has started to race along and not bother much any more despite nice tips

:(
Consequently, I look like a dish scrubbing brush within a few days of each cut.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
26 Dec 2014  #7
Anyone know of an English-speaking barber or unisex salon stylist that's not expensive in Wro

I do not think "English-speaking barbers" and "inexpensive" go together. Any barber speaking English who has a brain will know that these clients are expats and so have money...so....

Wroc,,,don't you have any Polish at all?


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