105 Hair Design

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  • (03) 6234 ####
  • Suite 1 105 Liverpool St
    Hobart TAS 7000

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Specialising in Barbers, 105 Hair Design, with head office in Hobart, TAS, have years of experience to assist you in sourcing any and all your Barbers needs. 105 Hair Design have current knowledge of all aspects of Barbers, including core products and services, and also barber and crew cut plus many more products and service areas. Give 105 Hair Design a call on (03) 6234 #### during business hours, or any time.

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  • Julian Josef Gents Barber

    “There has never been any bourbon or beer served when I have been at Julian Josef barbershop. It is rare to ever see a woman in there except maybe Julian Josef's mother. She is a hairdresser with her own salon elsewhere. Julian Josef recently painted the inside of the shop, but do not worry. The paint fumes have gone, so they wont do your head in.”

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  • Barbers At The Bay

    “I visited Barbers At The Bay for a quick grooming session, as part of a busy day. Wait time for staff member to finish eating his meal was a little surprising. When I explained that I wanted a quick groom, I was snapped at, in front of other customers, that no job was rushed etc.

    My time spent there, in embarrassed silence, was neither pleasant to endure nor appreciated. And I was charged full price for it all. Definitely won't be back. Ever!”

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  • Da Costa Hair For Men

    “Khaleed is a master. He knows what style suits you and what is going to make you look fantastic, and he makes it happen. Neck shave with razor, and uses top quality products (I prefer the Tigi). Now that I'm in Melbourne I want to fly back to Adelaide just to get my hair cut... and I have once. It'll be the greatest thing you ever did. Ten stars. ”

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  • Harley`s Mens Hairdresser Sydney

    “I work in the Sydney CBD and am very impressed with the services offered by Harley's - too easy to pop in after a day at work and relax there for a shave or hair cut. It's great to be able to visit a genuine mens hairdresser rather than the typical overpriced city salon.”

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  • Ahead for Him

    “A very competent and friendly barber. Service is good and whilst waiting, one can watch Fox Sports (Bonus). Go in have a haircut, and chat about the brilliant Liverpool Football Club!!”

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  • Colour Collections

    “A very long wait and terrible cut is what u get from this salon. The hairdresser did not have any knowledge about haircuts and could do the haircut i wanted. Waste of money and a very unprofessional service.”

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  • Bayside Barber

    “I found the Bayside Barber Shop to be a great unexpected find in the heart of Mordialloc.
    In the past, I have gone to hairdressers that have charged a lot of money for a basic men's cut.
    Firstly, the service at Bayside Barber Shop was great. The guy that cut my hair knew exactly what he was doing and got on with the job with a minimum of fuss. Staff seem pleasant and down to earth.
    And my haircut cost only $15!

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  • Bayside Barber

    “Great service, good prices, easy to find parking, great with kids as well. Best Men's Hairdresser that I have been to in years! Highly recommended.”

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  • Shearing Shed The, The Original Barbershop

    “Fantastic..was like stepping back in time entering this shop..great hair cut and reasonable price. This shop has its own carpark, so very easy access.”

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