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Old 25-03-2013, 22:04
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Hi!

We arrive in PP on Friday for a weeks holiday.
Are there any child friendly hairdressers in PP?
Preferably good at English as my Spanish is not great. How much does a visit to the hairdressers cost?

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Old 26-03-2013, 09:52
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Hi LauraM

We have used Kika several times for our girls. She is not particularly cheap but does a very good job and is good with children - and speaks very good English. She has a large expat clientele. One noticeable thing is that she tends to cut much more off than English hairdressers, who all seem more tentative - don't know if this is a Spanish thing, or whether it is just Kika! Anyway, you certainly come out looking like you have had a haircut... which is a good thing in my view. She gave my daughter the best bob she has ever had, and the nice thing is that she does a little 'hairdo' for them when she has finished - putting a coloured band in, or something similar - which looks really cute.

Kika is on the main road into Puerto Pollensa. You would probably need to make an appointment as she is always busy.
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Hi i use Waves hairdressers when i'm in PP.She is english and very friendly.next to The british food shop and pepes bar.
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Pedro is also good with children, A Spanish hairdresser whose salon is next to Schleker in the Calle Llevant and speaks good English and knows an awful lot about Football, both English and Spanish. While I have mentioned Schleker, due the companies demise in Spain and most of the rest of Europe it is shorly being taken over by another company whose name I cannot recall at the moment
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Old 26-03-2013, 18:18
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I agree Pedro is top class I have my Hair cut around once a month by him. Always guaranteed good conversation and a wealth of not only Football knowledge but also local Knowledge and no need to make an appointment.
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This might seem like a daft question, or maybe I'm missing something entirely, but why don't you get the haircuts done before you come out? You're only out for a week. That way you'd use your normal hairdresser and not waste valuable holiday time ??
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Pedro is also good with children, A Spanish hairdresser whose salon is next to Schleker in the Calle Llevant and speaks good English and knows an awful lot about Football, both English and Spanish. While I have mentioned Schleker, due the companies demise in Spain and most of the rest of Europe it is shorly being taken over by another company whose name I cannot recall at the moment
I presume Pedro cuts women's hair as well, I have a short style and have always preferred gents hairdressers (as long as they're good with women!)
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Thank you all for your replies. Looks like we will give Pedro a try!


nickpaulanoah - my daughter has had chicken pox (although now completely recovered) so we haven't been able to get her hair cut her before we come over.
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Whaley I was in there today and asked Pedro if he was good with Women for you he said he most certainly was I did not pursue the question any further Enjoy
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