The local neighborhood haircut blues

The ordeal of getting a simple gentleman's haircut

I discovered that not one but TWO vintage barber’s shops had opened almost within walking distance of my home. My Thai friends at the gym had tried both places out and each time came away with great haircuts – and at just 150 baht a pop as well.


A cut above

Sample the Truefitt and Hill experience

At Truefitt and Hill, you're not getting just a haircut, a shave or a beard trim. The moment you walk into the shop, you're in a strangely comforting male-only domain. There's no ear-splitting rap music or over-gelled teenyboppers prancing around in low-cut skinny jeans. This is a man's world.


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