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    Default this might explain the bad hair cut........

    I got me a hair cut from my friendly barber today, 12 bucks!! up from the normal 10 bucks.

    anyway, when I got back to work I was complaining about the price of a hair cut and so on.... and I guy I worked with asked me how much I tipped him??? What?? I don't tip the barber.....he said he does all the time.

    Do you tip your barber?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    I got me a hair cut from my friendly barber today, 12 bucks!! up from the normal 10 bucks.

    anyway, when I got back to work I was complaining about the price of a hair cut and so on.... and I guy I worked with asked me how much I tipped him??? What?? I don't tip the barber.....he said he does all the time.

    Do you tip your barber?
    Yes.. usually 15% or $2 whichever is greater..
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    Yep, I tip them $2

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    Why tip the barber? If the guy wanted $12 for a cut, charge $12
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    Yup, 2 or three bucks...not sure why but I've always done it. Still lots cheaper than my wife, costs her 60 bucks to get her hair cut. Don't think she tips...so whats the difference?
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    Talking A little known fact !

    I live in rural Iowa and the price here at my barber is $ 7.00 and I only tip at Xmas time .

    The Indians use to do it for nothing at one time around here ,so it has gone up as it isn't so bloody now !

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMax27 View Post
    Why tip the barber? If the guy wanted $12 for a cut, charge $12
    Because most of them are on straight commission... 50% so their cut is $6...
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    This guy owns the shop.

    looks like I'm in the minorty here.......but 12 bucks plus tip for a buzz cut with the sheep trimmers? I don't have that much hair left on my head to begin with.

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    My haircut is $10. I give him a $20. His place has 3 steps and is not wheelchair accessible. He's risked a hernia getting me in there many times. It's the least I can do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tax Lawyer View Post
    My haircut is $10. I give him a $20. His place has 3 steps and is not wheelchair accessible. ...
    sue his butt!

    My haircuts are $10, I have little hair, but I still tip 20% minimum. But I see lots of guys give him $20 and say keep it.

    I usually try to tip 30% at the bar.
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    I have to put in my 2 cents on this one.

    A person doesnt have to tip. Its there right but I ask them to go work in a public area like waitors, waitresses, casino clerks, bar tenders or hair dressers. Until you do that you wont appreciate there job. I didnt even know I should tip for good service until I graduated high school and started working in a few of those fields.
    Also it seemed like the people who tipped were always the ones winning. They definatly werent griping like some of the others. I think if you tip from your heart then it will all come back around full circle. If you give with a bitter heart or dont give at all then dont expect good things to come full cirlcle.

    Still I say a person will have a completely different understanding or respect for the people that do work in public areas that are allowed tips.
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    I live in the Northeast...Most men's haircuts are 15$....I normally would tip 5$
    I used to get a haircut 12 plus times a year...
    I ain't that pretty to be spending 240$ plus on haircuts a year.
    So as was mentioned 4 years ago, 20$ clippers and close to 1000$ worth of savings,
    I even cut my hair myself (as well as my sons)
    I would do my daughters too, (and my wifes...there is the real savings) if she would let me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alaz View Post
    I live in the Northeast...Most men's haircuts are 15$....I normally would tip 5$
    I used to get a haircut 12 plus times a year...
    I ain't that pretty to be spending 240$ plus on haircuts a year.
    So as was mentioned 4 years ago, 20$ clippers and close to 1000$ worth of savings,
    I even cut my hair myself (as well as my sons)
    I would do my daughters too, (and my wifes...there is the real savings) if she would let me!


    Just think of the money you'll save if you cut her hair in the middle of the night...she'll never know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    sue his butt!

    My haircuts are $10, I have little hair, but I still tip 20% minimum. But I see lots of guys give him $20 and say keep it.

    I usually try to tip 30% at the bar.



    30% at the bar!!!!......are you drinkin those flowery fufu drinks again.

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    Yes I have always tipped the barber its never how much its about appreciation. its a thank you beyond the of the mouth .
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    Wink Here's what I think !

    How are the haircuts going now ?

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    Wow!! my husband spends $25 every time he goes for a haircut! that includes the tip. I think he gets a shoulder massage or something with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpshooter View Post
    How are the haircuts going now ?
    I'll let you know, the hairs getting on the long side again, had to borrow a bobbie pin for the old lady yesterday to keep it from getting in the bow string.


    Quote Originally Posted by Wheely View Post
    Wow!! my husband spends $25 every time he goes for a haircut! that includes the tip. I think he gets a shoulder massage or something with it
    Do you have the address?

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    I also cut my own. Once every 2 or 3 months. I guess I'm no slave to fashion.
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    Default Hair cut

    I tip my barber around 3-5 bucks

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