Well, Hoyas, it’s that time of year again. No, it’s not time to start listening to Christmas music. No, it’s not time to get the flu. No, it’s not time to eat Nutella (just kidding, it’s always time to eat Nutella). What I mean to say is: It’s time for a haircut.
I’ve been looking around campus and things are starting to get a bit scary. Half of Georgetown’s population looks like ratchet Rapunzel with hair extensions. Needless to say, it’s time for a trim. The problem is, many Hoyas don’t know where they can get a decent haircut around town. Have no fear, 4E has got you covered … or in this case, washed, cut and styled. Here are our top picks for a haircut nearby:
Fringe Hair Studio — the all-around contender!
Location: 1425 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Cost: $65+ for Women, $40+ for Men
Services: Wash & Cut, Styling, Coloring, Hair CPR, Highlights, Up-Dos
O Salon — great highlights!
Location: 3212 O Street NW
Cost: $100+ for Women, $55+ for Men
Services: Wash & Cut, Styling, Coloring, Keratine Treatments, Highlights, Evening Styling, Relaxation Treatments
Salon Pejman — the best!
Location: 1419 Wisconsin Ave NW
Cost: $90+ for Women, $50+ for Men
Services: Wash & Cut, Styling, Coloring, Keratine Treatments, Highlights, Hair Extensions, Japanese Hair Treatment
Georgetown Hairstyling — the closest!
Location: 1329 35th Street NW
Cost: $24+ for Men only
Services: Wash & Cut, Styling, Shaving, Coloring
Diego’s Hair Salon – the cheapest!
Location: 1901 Q Street NW
Cost: $25+ for Women, $20+ for Men
Services: Wash & Cut, Styling and more
What are you waiting for, Hoyas? Get out there and cut those coifs! (And share your own haircut suggestions in the comments below!)
Photo: Baltimore Sun
2 Replies to “Where Do I Get My Hair Cut?”
Don’t forget Cabello’s hair Salon on Prospect. I’m a guy and I have been going to get my haircut from Manuel at Cabello’s for the past year and a half from a recommendation from a former student. He gives great guys haircuts and is an awesome person. It’s literally 2 blocks from LXR.
I’m surprised the author didn’t mention any options under $20. I know the barber on the top floor of the Rosslyn Mall charges $17, which I think is also pretty expensive considering tip money.
I was hoping to find some other affordable alternatives, but I guess not. Also, how many guys are really willing to pay $50 for a haircut?