After three years travelling the world, it's time to discover my home town.
Published January 6th 2013
Chop chop, these prices won't last forever
Are you too poor for designer haircuts, but not quite desperate enough to be lopping it off yourself? The CBD has plenty of cheap places to get your mop chopped, so read on for some of the highlights of places to get your hair highlighted.
Inside conversation will leap between English and Italian, and the multiculturalism extends to the hair products, with both local and Mediterranean hair products available for sale.
Alec gets up nice and early to open at 7:30am six days a week, and after nearly four decades of cutting, he has a fair idea of what he's doing. There are a couple of other hairdressers in the shop, but Alec gives the best cuts so do your best to get him.
Bookings can be made, but its quite acceptable to just show up and join the queue of regulars sitting up against the back wall waiting their turn.
Price: $18 for men's, and Alec will also do women's hair for the same price.
Very nice article, I've been searching for a new barber since moving workplaces a few years ago. The city have plenty of glorified hair butchers around the place so it's great to be able to get some recommendations.
I was hoping to find more info from the south of Adelaide. I know of a place in Pulteney St that charge hair cuts for ladies at $15. But going to the city just for the haircut from Aberfoyle Park can be tiresome. Thank you awyway.