Buy some good quality clippers gel, and do it yourself.
Wahl are good, but I've just bought these, and they are excellent.
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€7.....but usually bung them €10.
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Bald faced cheek, I'd say.
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On the subject of cutting one's own hair, I am probably a prime candidate for this as I don't have much left and have the local barber clip it on a No2 every four weeks or so.
However, I have always been an advocate of the fact I do my job to earn money and use some of that to pay people to do their job in providing me with a service (haircut, painting&decorating, builder etc etc). I could do it myself I suppose but it wouldn't be as good (and knowing my track record with DIY etc, I'd probably end up looking like Van Gogh)
There are few things easier to get right than cutting ones own hair with clippers. I'd like to meet someone who'd messed it up who was genuinely sober at the time. Maybe that's where the Van Gogh reference really comes in?
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I have seen proper hairdressers mess people's hair up let alone amateurs like us! But it is cheaper and avoids waiting for it to be cut.
Does anyone here pay for their teeth to be cleaned? It costs £50 and they do it every 6 months. I have had it done once, how about you guys?
Got my clippers today BBB, and just had my first cut - proper nice! Best haircut I have had in years! Proper smooth. Cheers mate.
Which clippers did you get gel ???
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These ones mate:
I have some remmington ones which i have had for the last twenty years, that babyliss looks nice though.
I can definitely recommend them. They are worth the money.
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