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ScienceQueen Fri 02-Jun-06 22:30:04

I'm up in Herts close to either Stevenage/Hitchin (or even the other way towards Luton/Harpenden/St Albans), and I can't find anyone to give my son a nice posh haircut. Everyone I have tried has just practically shaved his head. Any recommendations for someone that does a good job near me?

cece Fri 02-Jun-06 22:36:21

I always ask for an old fashioned boys haircut and specify no clippers. Seems to come out OK.

AdelaideS Fri 02-Jun-06 23:12:12

Cece's right, ask for a short back and sides and no clippers.

MamaMaiasaura Fri 02-Jun-06 23:53:57

Ds wont go near a hairdressers since they got the clippers out. He is 'growing' it. Wants to be a rock star (he is 6). It is a bit long but looks kinda cool. MY mum keeps mentioning tha tit needs a cut but my attitude is that isnt doing any harm and ds happy.

LEarnt though always ask for scissor cut only

WelshBoris Fri 02-Jun-06 23:54:51

whats a "posh haircut"

Do they stick a silver spoon in his mouth as theyre cutting it?

tenalady Fri 02-Jun-06 23:55:12

SQ, like you I hate that rough cut not much style. I go to a girl called Catrena in Bucklesbury, Hitchin, the cut cost £8 I think its called Head something. Its the first double fronted salon past Brookers on the right hand side.

MamaMaiasaura Fri 02-Jun-06 23:55:48

lol @ wb.. think she means a 'just william' haircut.

ScienceQueen Sat 03-Jun-06 11:41:30

Thanks tenalady, I am going to try to get get him to Catrena - I think the place is called Headlands...

And no clippers anywhere from now on, at any rate!

FrannyandZooey Sat 03-Jun-06 11:50:37

We favour the 'Little Lord Fauntleroy' cut

ie no cut at all.

By far the poshest and you save your money too

How about printing a photo off the internet and taking it in with you?

FrannyandZooey Sat 03-Jun-06 11:52:03

How about this one , is that the sort of thing you were after?

tenalady Sat 03-Jun-06 21:24:56

OMG Franny, that is awful

apronstrings Sat 03-Jun-06 21:32:24

lol fandz

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