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Haircut in the 6e Paris

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I have a short pixie-type haircut which I need to maintain about every 4-6 weeks. I'm ready for a cut right now, and am headed to Paris on Monday. I am staying in the 6th, so am looking for any suggestions from the Paris regulars. I prefer to be able to walk in and get service, so a fancy appointment-only salon is probably not what I want.

I have had haircuts all over the world, for various types of hair styles, long and short, over my 65+ years. My best cut was in a barber shop in Perth Australia. A second best is a barber shop in Honolulu, behind the Princess Kaiulani Hotel (which will be my follow up cut in August). What I'm saying is that I am not tied to any ONE stylist at home. I do not have tremors when trying someone new or spur-of-the-moment.

Any suggestions? I assume the cost of a haircut will be somewhere around 60-90 Euros or maybe a bit more?

Thanks!

Carol

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