After we returned from our road trip, Rafiq and Nirmal took me to their usual place for haircuts. On the outside it said it was a unisex salon, but on the inside — apart from a large poster of a woman with long hair — it looked like it was for men only. No matter, I always keep mine short anyway.
While Rafiq was getting his cut, I drew a picture of how I wanted my bangs and got *exactly* what I asked for, unlike the hair cutting place back home which usually saws them off too short and straight across. I don’t know what it cost because Nirmal and Rafiq don’t let me pay for anything when I’m with them, but I know it was a fraction of what I usually pay. This was also when I began having massages that cost a fraction of what I used to pay. I love Udaipur!
I want an Indian haircut and massage, too!
Come to Udaipur! My dudes will fix you up!
As you now know, I’m a staunch fan of the short haircut – your Udaipur style was an inspiration. Good to know I’ll be looked after well at the hairdresser when I finally get there!
Most definitely! The cut I had after I returned was much more costly and not nearly as good. 😦