So today I will be experiencing a Taiwanese hair washing for the very first time.
I’ve never had my hair washed out of a sink. He’s got some skills.
I’ve never knew this was actually a thing. Like to wash hair without a sink.
That’s impressive! He’s not even making any mess.
I could literally sit here all day.
It’s like the best head massage ever. This is so relaxing.
In England when I go to the hairdressers, I never actually.
Get my hair washed unless I really have to.
It feels like he’s scratching my head but super gently.
We don’t usually go to the hairdressers just to get our hair washed like unless you want to get a haircut.
In England, you would pay about 50 pounds for a haircut I mean it depends where you go.
And this was 7 pounds. Absolutely mind-blowing.
In Taiwan, started like this. I went to hair salon.
My hair is really thin. After washing it 3 times with a shampoo it became very fizzy.
They were like really very dry and I didn’t like this experience that much.
While washing my hair, I got a scalp massage.
In Taiwan apparently, the harder you make it, the better it is and I would say NO.
My head and my scalp were really irritated after that and really hurting.
In Lithuania, washing hair and cutting hair is already together.
Probably will cost around 25 Euros.
In Korea, if you cut your hair, they’ll wash your hair forfree. The price is about 800 NT,
and you also get free coffee & magazine.
In Russia, I went to an expat salon.
The hairdressers didn’t speak English,but they had a translator.
Here it was nice because the person actually spoke English.
And they start with an amazing head massage.
And they massage your neck and your shoulders and everything.