My hair is much shorter, but the layers make the cut take longer. A blunt cut on hair is the same whether it on shoulder-length hair, Crytal Gail-legth hair or a guy with a hockey-hair mullet.
Gray Davis last month, will require businesses that offer dry cleaning, laundry, tailoring or hair grooming services to refrain from charging different prices in relation to gender for the same basic services.
Maybe it's the company I keep, by I know a lot of guys with hair half-way down their backs and a few women with buzzed heads. Eats_Crayons wrote: Charging by general style sounds appropriate to me. IMHO, women seem to have lots more choices in styling than men. I go to a unisex salon and the owner who cuts men's hair can typically seat and finish 2-3 men in the same time as it takes for his co-owner girlfriend to cut the hair of one woman.
Businesses that offer those services will be required to post easily readable price lists in their shops, noting charges for the 15 most common services offered.
They also will have to provide customers with a written price lists on request. Like it's any harder to trim a little off an inch from below my shoulders instead of at the base of my neck or on top of my head.
We ofte get our hair cut at the same time and we require about the same amount of time and attention despite the radically different length.