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    Quote Originally Posted by KitiK View Post
    I just (yesterday) had a half head of foils, toner, cut and blow dry and it cost me $235! I am sure I only paid $170 on special last time. I think I need to find a new hairdresser... i expect to pay up to $200 for a full head. My hairdresser is not even in a busy city area. I dont think I will be going back...
    I've sadly been having the same thoughts. I might ring around to a few similar salons this week to get quotes to see whether they are overpriced for our area or not.

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    I pay $100 for whatever I have and I currently alternate between half head and full head foils and a cut. I always have a toner too. It's my friend, she's pretty good but she does it from home. She happy that I put up with her kids going crazy and her set up isn't the best. Sometimes I shower to get the product off. It's worth it. I couldn't be blonde if I didn't have her. She's super cheap I know. Maybe try and find a lady who works from home?

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1470566175.458430.jpg this is my hairdresser, at home business, Brisbane about 1/2 hr out of city

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    When i got my hair done last in may i got full colour, full head of foils, toner, cut, blow dry & straighten for $140.

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    In my area half a head with all you had (long hair) is around $150. Full head with all the above $200ish.

    That's pretty pricey and I wouldn't be returning

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    I'm getting a full head done tomorrow - I've been quoted $125 plus a bit extra for toner (I only got a haircut last week, so there's no cutting included in this price). My hair is medium length and quite layered. This is at a salon with a senior stylist, and in a regional city.

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    Sounds about right to me for long hair.

    I pay $140 for shoulder length half head of foils and usually a few different colours plus shampoo, trim and blow dry.


 

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