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    i didnt realise tipping was a done thing here and no, its usually only like 10$ for a kids hair cut here but Ive never tipped anyone in my life

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    HAHA
    OK then, maybe I should stop?

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    I've never even thought to tip a hairdresser.
    Im off to see mine later and am already cringing at the amount of money I'll have to fork out!

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    I know. It's such a rip off for women.

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    DS gets his hair done every 6 weeks with me at my hairdresser and he doesn't charge me for him , but he's also DH hairdresser and we've been going to him for over ten years , I don't tip but do buy him birthday and xmas presents

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    I only tip good service at restaurants (and only where they do full table service, not when it's an order at the till kind of thing) and if I hand a taxi driver a $20 and the total is like, $17.60 or something, then I say to keep the change. I see no need to tip, especially hairdressers. It costs me $150+ for my haircut, plus she has the business of DH and my boys. We fork out over $200 every 5-7 weeks at my hairdresser, no tipping needed!

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    I have never tipped a hairdresser and until reading this thread had never even heard of anyone tipping a hairdresser (in Australia).
    Why tip a hairdresser in particular OP? Or do you tip all service providers (e.g waiters, food delivery, taxi etc)?
    I don't tip in general (except overseas where expected). It's not a practice I'd like to see develop here and I like to think that in the main people in Australia are paid a decent wage for their job and we don't have a culture of relying on tips to make up a wage shortfall as in other countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    I only tip good service at restaurants (and only where they do full table service, not when it's an order at the till kind of thing) and if I hand a taxi driver a $20 and the total is like, $17.60 or something, then I say to keep the change. I see no need to tip, especially hairdressers. It costs me $150+ for my haircut, plus she has the business of DH and my boys. We fork out over $200 every 5-7 weeks at my hairdresser, no tipping needed!
    This is me too.

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    Hell no.
    The cost of a haircut, even for a kid, is crazy.

    If it was reasonable and I went to the same one each time, yes I may tip.

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    No tipping at all here!


 

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