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How much do you spend on a typical barber or salon visit, including tip?

Response Percent Votes
$11 to $20
33% 454
$31 o $50
14% 201
$1 to $10
14% 200
$21 to $30
12% 170
$51 to $100
10% 148
8% 112
More than $100
4% 65
Total 1350


gsxr600 8 years, 8 months ago

A guy can do a lot with a $15 pair of clippers. I haven't paid for a haircut in 2 years.

spammer89 8 years, 8 months ago

I married a hairdresser and heck all I wear are buzz cuts so that is easy.

hipper_than_hip 8 years, 8 months ago

Larry's Barber Shop in downtown Lawrence gives the best haircuts.

labmonkey 8 years, 8 months ago

Tom....that seems a little girly.

I miss the gal who cut my hair in Emporia. She was friggin awesome.

Bob Burton 8 years, 8 months ago

Have not used a barber in 30 years, dog clippers work very well!!

Leslie Swearingen 8 years, 8 months ago

The salon at Walmart does a great job and it is a walk in service.

countrygirl 8 years, 8 months ago

Statements up in the Trailridge complex on 6th street. Lisa and Katie do a great job!

Maddy Griffin 8 years, 8 months ago

Watson's on 9th!I always try to tip the same amount as the price of the cut. Nelly's been a friend of the family since high school. He always hooks the grandsons up, and did a great job on the fellas for my son's wedding. Love you guys!!

CLARKKENT 8 years, 8 months ago


walkingonwater 8 years, 8 months ago

Rex at Rex's Stadium downtown has my vote too.

On one of those days that I had to get a haircut, I had $5 in my pocket, Rex cut my hair and said I could pay another time. It was a great cut and he has had my business ever since. So, find the barber or stylist who provides the cut you want, and when I get this kind of service, I toss in loyalty at no extra charge.

helter_skelter 8 years, 8 months ago

Abby @ Salon Luca on 6th is hands-down the BEST I've ever seen. Great service, friendly, and always a great experience. She's booked weeks in advance, but she's always worth trip.

hail2oldku 8 years, 8 months ago

Sally at Amyx has my vote. If it's not too busy she'll throw in a nice neck & shoulder massage as well.

Time to get a haircut I guess.

gsxr600 8 years, 8 months ago

It doesn't take very much talent or knowledge to give yourself a buzz cut pmsharp

Ricky_Vaughn 8 years, 8 months ago

Edie @ Silver Clipper (behind what used to be Food 4 Less and Office Depot) does an excellent job!

oldvet 8 years, 8 months ago

Downtown Barbershop, $6 coupon, $2 tip. The best place.

1029 8 years, 8 months ago

I usually try to propose a trade--drugs, a sandwich, stuff from the garden, miscellaneous items from my pocket, pbrs, whatever. People are usually hesitant to accept a sandwich from a stranger, but drugs go over really well with some of these younger gals. And sometimes I have really cool stuff in my pockets that people like.

Hands down, the absolute worst haircut I ever received was at the Downtown Barbershop. I learned my lesson to never get a haircut from a guy who looks like he hasn't had one himself in several years. It was a completely uneven butcher job. After I left, I wondered if maybe I had interrupted a robbery and the robber had cut my hair while he had the real barbers tied up in the back. I could have done a better job with a steak knife and no mirror.

Reuben Turner 8 years, 8 months ago

though i hardly go to the barbershop anymore; i wouldn't want to pay over $20 for a cut. depending on where u go and what you want done that is the price. i just stay at home and cut my own head for free. i bought a pair of clipppers for $29 years ago and they have been working fine. and if i do go i go because it feels good to have someone else doing it.

George_Braziller 8 years, 8 months ago

I started losing my hair at 18. Now I just shave it all off. $20 worth of disposable razors will last me two years.

bearded_gnome 8 years, 8 months ago

I am quite loyal to my barber. he's the best I found in lawrence with beards. and its cheaper than TomS's spa and boutique haircut!

besides he's a great guy.

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