Listed and first reviewed on: 07/22/18
I am fairly new to the Lagos environs, and this was the first time I decided to get a haircut here. I consider myself a loyal customer as regard haircuts. Once I get a barber who gets it right, I stick with you for life. I asked a long time friend for his recommendation, and he referred me to a barbershop at the railway estate in Yaba. I got there the following and after locating the shop, I had trust issues.
The general disposition of the shop was far from my expectation. It was more of “street” salon. It was a unisex salon. I saw ladies plaiting and washing their hairs and a single barber taking care of the guys. It got me thinking about a movie called “the barbershop”. There was a football match showing on the Tv, 3 guys were seeing the match and ladies were chatting. There all seem really familiar with each other. I consoled myself with the point that although the salon looks rugged, they may be very good hair stylist here. I walked in a sat on a chair amidst stares, a new face! Ten minutes later it was my turn, I gave the young barber my instruction; low cut, maintain my hairline, only friction the front, clean my beards completely. I sat on the chair, watched him sterilize the clipper and then my eyes wandered around until I saw a poster on the mirror- written on it was Barb@ease! That was the name of the salon. Cool I thought. 20mins later, he was done with the hair. I rated the caught 70/100 for a first time cut, He did well. He asked if I needed my hair dyed and all. That? I wasn’t interested. I was charged N300 for the haircut. Wow! I exclaimed that in my mind. Had to increase his rating to 90/100. He thanked me and I left. The story has been so far so good
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