To be honest, I’ve never been to a “high-class” hair saloon for a haircut in my entire life. Yes, I’m not exaggerating.
In fact, I don’t even see the need for a “high-class” (which is usually expensive) haircut when there are affordable options out there. Normally I get my haircut whenever I’m back in Ipoh – just RM13 per haircut. SO CHEAP!
However, that “never-gone-to-high-class-hair-saloon” streak came to end when I visited Atmosphere Hair Saloon at Publika over the weekend…
But the other streak, which is the “cheapskate” streak, didn’t come to an end because I have complimentary cash vouchers. Heh…
It’s free what – so just get a free haircut lah, right? ;)
Even though it was my first time here, I wasn’t worried whether they could be ‘trusted’ or not – you know, ‘cus majority of the people definitely have a saloon that they trust.
But since it’s gonna be an expensive haircut, I have faith that the outcome would be acceptable and… hopefully cool too!
Without further ado, let’s proceed to my most expensive haircut ever…!
For your information, I don’t get a haircut on a frequent basis – usually once every 2 months plus. Therefore, my hair is always long when I visit the saloon, and I’ll tell them to cut it short.
Anyway, this is the haircutter hairstylist who attended to my hair the other day…
What’s her name ah? Yokoyoko?
I don’t know. But Yokoyoko sounds suitable for her. ;)
Anyway, throughout the session, there were several hair clips attached to my hair. It made me feel like a woman – femininity overdose! I still came out manly though!
I looked like an Ah Beng with that fringe. So… weird, and nerdy.
About 15 minutes or so, my haircut was finally done! This is me with my freshly-cut hair and without glasses.
Handsome or not?
After that, Yokoyoko applied some gel/wax/mousse/whatever on my hair, and I transformed… into Ultraman!
So, what do you think of my expensive RM35 haircut?
P/S: Yes, RM35 for a haircut is damn expensive for me! More cash vouchers please?