LIFE IN CHINA
Ladies, this post is for you.
I know how infuriating it is to attempt to get your hair cut in China. Trust me, I’ve spent the last 10 years flying home to the US to get my hair trimmed, and I’m a guy. So, I can only imagine the trauma’s you ladies go through. The boutique Italian salons are uber expensive and the Chinese run places are often not up to standards or there is miscommunication in language leaving you feeling sad or frustrated.
Want to boost your language skills so that you can confidently go and get your hair cut in a Chinese salon without walking away with bangs you didn’t ask for or your hair waaaay too short?!
Watch this video for all the simple language and vocabulary you need.
Two Ways To Cut Bangs
There are two ways to cut your bangs. Let’s not get them confused otherwise you’ll end up with bangs the incorrect length.
- Ask for your bangs to be cut longer than your eyebrows
- Ask for your bangs to be cut above your eyebrows
Don’t feel left out guys, I created a post just for you about all the barbershop phrases you need to know when getting your hair cut in China.
Want This Transcribed For Easy Use?
Do you want all this information perfectly transcribed, able to be copied and pasted, written in Chinese characters, pinyin, and English translations? Maybe there would be audio practice, quizzes, worksheets, and more?
That would be super useful right?
Well, you’re in luck, my friend. I’ve created an online course called “Speak Everyday Chinese” where this is all possible. This was created from 10 years of experience learning and teaching Chinese in China so that you can be independent and have better interactions with Chinese people.
Join now to stop struggling through life in China.
A quick and important disclosure:
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The Great Firewall of China
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