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Cheap Haircuts for Women?

Discussion in 'General Chat Forum' started by bosoxgal, Jun 17, 2005.

  1. bosoxgal

    bosoxgal New Member

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    I am wondering if any women out there have tried one of the cheaper haircut places in Broadlands with any success. I am thinking specifically of the little barber place in Broadlands Plaza on the Subway end or a place in the category of SuperCuts. My hair is in the shaggy-ends phase but it’s only been about 4 ½ weeks since my last expensive haircut (yes, I am that cheap – if I spend $65 on a haircut I do not want to go again before 6 weeks!). So all I need is the tiniest of trims – am thinking I can save money by going to a place less expensive than a salon. Any advice/experience with any of these types of places in the area?
  2. pamD

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    I have been to the Hair Cuttery--or whatever it is--by the Shoppers in Ashburn (Farm?). The first cut I has was pretty good, but I don't remember who did it (darn it!) The second cut was ok, but nothing great -- it was just a straight trim, no layers. But I would guess that if your cut is pretty straight forward, they can trim it up pretty well.

    I myself have been trying to decide what to do with my hair, since I want a good cut, but refuse to pay $60. I will probably have to go into Leesburg or Fairfax Cty...



    Pam D.
  3. bosoxgal

    bosoxgal New Member

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    To follow up on my earlier posting, I wound up trying Bubbles, a chain salon at Tyson's (they also have a location at Dulles TC, among others). Washingtonian Magazine had said good things so I gave it a shot. The stylist did a great job -- gave me exactly what I asked for and you would never be able to tell that I paid $30 versus $60. I will definitely be going back!

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