Potong Rambut di Malaysia

One very important matter that a man needs to do from time to time is to get his hair trimmed. You see, that’s what I like about Malaysia. Getting my hair trimmed is an easy task. All I need to say when I go to an Indian Barber is “Pendek!” and he knows exactly how to trim my hair. 95% of the time, I’m satisfied with how I look like after a hair trimming session. Not to mention, it’s cheap too!

In Australia on the other hand, that’s not always the case. Hairstylists in Australia has to go through various stages of training by way of apprenticeships, which takes a few years of professional training. However, most of the time, I come out from the hair salon disappointed! Also, throughout your “hair styling” session, you need to give so many instructions on what to do with your hair. i.e. which clippers to use, how many finger-length you hair should be, do you want us to use thinning scissors, how do you want your sideburns, how do you want this, how do you want that, and at the end of the day, you still don’t end up with a haircut to your specifications. And yes, it is expensive.

Oh well, no big deal.

The one thing that I like about Australian hairstylists is that they know how to have a conversation with you πŸ™‚

P.S. No offence to all the hairstylists out there yeah? πŸ˜‰


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This blog is about the journey of a 28-year-old Malaysian towards financial freedom. This blog was started back when the blogger was 21 years old. However, his journey towards financial freedom had begun way before that. Materials such as investing, business, entrepreneurship, equities, and real estate are presented. The author also posts his thoughts and observations on life in general.


  1. Collins says:

    LOL.. That is the same situation here in Russia. Even worse, WE need to speak russian that fellow. It is expensive and yet not really nice looking. But something interesting, once i saw a man after the trimming, he was not happy and satisfied with it. He stood up and scolded the hairstylist, and just walked away. Awesome. Something won’t happen in Malaysia. Haha.
    Good luck for your hair trimming journey in Australia.

  2. Hehe thanks πŸ™‚

    Are you a Malaysian studying in Russia?

  3. Collins says:

    Yup. Medical school. 2 more years to go.

  4. idiopathicidiot says:

    hahaha…same thing happen to me..i thought i was just me..mybe short hair is not stylo enuff 4 those hairstylist..hehehe..

  5. Susah betul potong rambut luar Malaysia. Hahaha πŸ˜€

    Which part of the world are you at idiopathicidiot?

  6. idiopathicidiot says:

    hi nadlique…i really2 like ur blog..seriously i am..please write more bout investment ya…im in indonesia..study ere…

  7. Thanks idiopathicidiot.

    So, what are you studying? Medicine?

  8. Haha, I thought only here in Jordan. Expensive and not so good. That’s why most of students here end up having their hair trimmed with skillful friends, or, go to high class salon in Amman (the other option is get your head bold). Haha.

    • Last year, not even once did I visit the barber. I had somebody else trim my hair instead. Saved me around AUD15 per trim. Hehe.

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