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Barber shop not suitable for young men - Review by j c | The Mug & Brush Barber Shop

The Mug & Brush Barber Shop


Barber shop not suitable for young men 11/18/2006

Pros: Cheap. $12 Cons: Equivalent to getting a haircut from your friend == bad haircut I am an asian male new to the Columbus area and decided to search online for a good barber shop. This place seemed to have plenty of good reviews so I gave it a shot. I got a haircut by A*. Whenever you are getting a haircut you can feel how confident the barber/stylist is while cutting your hair. I must say from the moment A* started cutting my hair I knew he had no cofidence or felt like an amateur cutting hair. I know this from experience. I have had ameteurs (friends) and professional stylists cut my hair and know the feeling. Yes. The haircut was $12 but it was not worth it. I have gotten haircuts for $15 and are excellent and stylsh. After I got my haircut, I got home and took a closer look at it. First of all, my sideburns where not cut evenly nor properly. They were also slanted. Secondly, I noticed that the hair on the side of my head was also uneven, I can feel it with my hands! I can even notice it a lot more now that it has been 2 weeks since my haircut. I had also asked him to texturize my hair and he passed the texturing scissors all over my head with no thought into it. It is terribly It is terribly hard to style my hair with the uneveness left from my visit to this barber shop It seems as thought there are a lot of customers though. Yeah, customers in their 50s. Trust me, if you want a decent hair cut, just find some other place. Maybe if you have curly hair, you might not notice the unevenness, but if you have straight asian hair forget about it. more
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