There is currently a rather large collection of Mens Hairdressers located in Edinburgh, and therefore it is a little difficult to categorise them into the best and worst.
However, what we have done is scoured the internet, looking at reviews of Mens Hairdressers in Edinburgh, which will allow us to figure out which are the most popular and highly rated Mens Barbers in Edinburgh.
Obviously there are various factors when it comes to choosing where you would like to get your hair cut. Most likely your decision will come down to the likelihood of a good haircut (main factor), as well as how much you are willing to spend.
From experience, we have learnt that the price you pay for a haircut doesn’t necessarily dictate how good it could be. However, generally cheaper hairdressers are not quite as well trained. You also get more perks when paying a little more. Such as head massages (highly recommended!)
Luckily, as men, we don’t have to pay as much when we take a visit to the barber as women do. On average, in Edinburgh, for a “good” and “highly rated” hairdresser or barber, you’re likely looking at the £25-£35 price range.
However, there are plenty of low budget hairdressers in the Edinburgh area. Admittedly, they do tend to receive lower ratings than the more expensive ones.
We have found the perfect mens hairdresser in Edinburgh if you are willing to stretch your budget a little, without going too crazy. The customer service is fantastic, and more importantly, you leave the location with a great haircut, and feeling pampered. Remember those head massages I mentioned earlier? Yeah, they do those here, and they’re amazing!
If you are a student, this place is great for you too. They do a student discount haircut. I believe the student price comes to £25, and that includes the head massage etc.
Entering the Mens Hairdresser, you will be kindly greeted and directed to a sofa to wait, where there are plenty of magazines and books to look at potential haircuts. We have never had to wait longer than 5 minutes to be directed to the barber’s chair when we have visited.