Draper Barber Shop, Get A Hair Cut Man
What, I am writing an article about a Draper barber shop? Why not I ask. If you are a man and live in Draper, you need A barber shop in Draper, right? Perhaps I am giving you an opportunity to leave a comment on what is your good experience with a barber. Are you like me man and have one of these experiences? First one, I put it off so long that my wife can’t stand it. “Sit down she says”. She then does a number on my hair, especially the back side where it seems to grow faster than any where else. “You are just too shaggy she says”. Then I pay the humiliating price as I finally take the time to get a real hair cut. “Did your wife cut your last hair sir?” What, she could tell? Yes mam I answer. It figures she responds. I yes I feel like a dodo. How many others have I mingled with that tee heed, “his wife cut his hair I bet”? Or are you the cheapskate like me and sometimes get your hair cut at the $5.00 place. Yes, there is a $5.00 hair cut place on 7th ave east. But if you live in Draper you will spend five bucks in gas getting to and fro. Well the last $5.00 hair cut was worth the price I paid. I don’t know how she did it, but their is a crop of hair on the right side of my head that won’t lay down. It’s been weeks now and this strange phenomena is there, on the right side of my head. It’s like a strange version of a Mohawk.
So what Draper barber shop do you suggest? Here are some I find interesting.
9 to 9 Draper Barber Shop: Here is what they say: A Draper Barbershop serving men in the South Valley since 1998. A real barbershop for guys who want the real deal. OK, now I ask, what is the real deal and for sure how much does it cost? I’m not sure if it sounds scary or exciting. Take a look now, there isn’t much hair up there.
Actually, typical of real estate agents, I’m showing a photo that has more hair than today’s Larry.
Not far from 9 to 9 is Rex’s barber shop. I don’t find a website. Now is that good or bad? If Rex doesn’t know about the internet or maybe can’t afford a hair cut, even a free one, maybe Rex’s is the place to go. Why you ask? Well heck, Rex might be so inexpensive I might like the price. Or he may be so old that his experience makes him the number one quality cutter. This makes sense doesn’t it?
When it comes to Draper Barber Shops their is joy in the city for those who like variety. There are enough options to get a different hair cut in a different Draper barber shop every other month for over a year. Or, maybe if you have a strong opinion on where a guy like me, and one living in Draper, could just settle in and be happy. Are these good options? Barneys Barber shop, actually in nearby Sandy. Gentleman Barber, LLC, also in Sandy. I guess that counts, being in Sandy. Todd’s Barber shop, Draper Barber Shop, or Great Clips? So what do you say guys, what Draper Barber Shop should a guy go to? Comments moderated for screening off foul language or such, but published upon review.