emilyr said:I don't know what others' standards are...but I LOVE the salon ROHO on la calle Republica de Indonesia 66. It is 60 pesos for a haircut...IF you specify "no brushing" (styling) and "ningun shampú especial," just the haircut alone. You must specify not just at the desk but to the stylists and shampooer, or they will try to do other things to you that will up your cost if that is a concern for you!
Fashion for men here seriously sucks. It is extremely difficult to find anything worth buying in any Argentine men's clothing store. And I rarely see an Argentine dude wearing something that I'd care to wear myself. Women seem to be able to put themselves together fairly well in Argentina, but there is zilch here for dudes. And the sweater around the neck thing is so unbelievably douchey.fifilafiloche said:I wonder how this also has to do with fashion. Fashion in one country might be different from another, trends are not totally globalized yet. Hoping to find the US standard haircut in another country might indeed need some people acustomed to this style.
Being a male (sort of) makes life sometimes so much easier and inexpensive