What is the rate of Cutting hair in your country?????

@snpyvin (1518)
Malaysia
September 27, 2008 9:50pm CST
Hi, I am from Malaysia. In my country the rate of cutting hair once range between RM 10 normal price, RM25 to Rm 35 if it cut by the senior, Rm 50++ if it cut by the Saloon Owner.I found that place like Australia the rate of cutting hair is quite high over there that most of my friend went there to study doesn't cut their hair. They only cut it during school holiday whe they are back to their own country. How about the rate of cutting hair in your country and which country are you from???
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4 responses
28 Sep 08
Hi snpyvin, There are so many hair saloons all ove the town where i live in the U.K its big business here and even I have a best friend who is a proffesional hair stylist and she does my hair for me. Tamara
@snpyvin (1518)
• Malaysia
29 Sep 08
I have two friend that work as hair stylist too. They do cut my hair too. Can i know the rate of cutting hair over you there??
29 Sep 08
Hi snpyvin, For cut and blowdry, is about $25 and styling is $50 and perms and colouring may cost about $200 or more. Tamara
@snpyvin (1518)
• Malaysia
30 Sep 08
Th rate is almost same over here but the problem is your rate are in USD and mine is RM. If i were to make hair over your country i need to times 3.4 or something close lols.
@CJay77 (4438)
• Australia
28 Sep 08
Hi there, I am currently living here in Egypt and I only went once into salon! I think for the woman the cheapest hair cut you will get is $ 10 up to $20 and I'm not really sure because I don't really go to salon quite often. I trim my own hair and I also do my own manicure and pedicure.
@snpyvin (1518)
• Malaysia
29 Sep 08
Ok thank for sharing the information of the rate over Egypt.
@jlamela (4906)
• Philippines
10 Aug 09
Hello, I'm from the Philippines. The lowest rate of cutting hair in our place is 47 pesos or 1 US dollar if you are in ordinary parlor, but if you are in proper salons with names and located in shopping malls, the rate usually ranges from 100 pesos to two hundred pesos (2 dollars to 4 dollars)
@russso (1699)
• Philippines
30 May 09
It depends where you're having your hair cut. There are really cheapo salons that's gonna give you a haircut for less than a dollar (amount converted from Philippine Peso). And then there are salons that charge uber high rates which depend on the name of the salon plus the hair stylist. Some stylists are really popular that a haircut could cost over a thousand.