Best Salon for Ladies in Central

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  1. #1

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    Best Salon for Ladies in Central

    Hi,

    Can anyone tell me which is a good place to cut hair and also color in Central? I have been searching for one for months now but still in vain.

    Thanks

    Mrs. JS


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    I love Chandler. See Shayne Chandler. 2537 3737.
    Salon Chandler :: Hong Kong's Premier Hair Stylists
    (note: not budget-friendly)


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    Depends on your budget. For shampoo and blow dries I go to 'local' places like the one (forgot the name) that's on Cochrane street under the escalator.

    For serious stuff (cut, colouring, perm etc) where it's crucial the hairdresser understands my non-Asian hair then I go to the salon at the Mandarin.


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    Liam at Toni & Guy for colour. (Keep saying that on here...starting to sound like a stuck record...but he really is good!)


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    I just got back from a cut at Tony and Guy in Manila (makati) - it was really, really cheap (about HKD100 equivalent including tips) .. is that just Philippine pricing do you think or is it just not that good? (I can't tell - my hair looks ok I guess!). It was a junior stylist.


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    Google flying scissor. The guy was on Now Tv show.


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    Quote Originally Posted by apple&dog:
    Google flying scissor. The guy was on Now Tv show.
    Eh? That gives me heaps of hits on various kinds of fighting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MovingIn07:
    I just got back from a cut at Tony and Guy in Manila (makati) - it was really, really cheap (about HKD100 equivalent including tips) .. is that just Philippine pricing do you think or is it just not that good? (I can't tell - my hair looks ok I guess!). It was a junior stylist.
    I think it costs around $6-700 here for a cut, less for a junior stylist. Can't remember for sure as I tend to get cuts in local places - prices for T&G colour AND cut start getting a bit ridiculous - and yeah, I don't rate their cuts too highly. I'm not saying they're bad, it's just not worth paying 9 times more than a local place for a trim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArKay:
    I think it costs around $6-700 here for a cut, less for a junior stylist. Can't remember for sure as I tend to get cuts in local places - prices for T&G colour AND cut start getting a bit ridiculous - and yeah, I don't rate their cuts too highly. I'm not saying they're bad, it's just not worth paying 9 times more than a local place for a trim.
    Thanks for that. I wouldn't pay 600HKD for a haircut - never paid that much in my life! - so was happy with 550 peso's I only get it cut every 6 months so no big deal .. just interested in what people thought of them!

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    Thanks everyone! I think I know what I want now