A house call salon is offering professional hairdressing doll services for men in Mumbai

  • October 30, 2021

The first salon in the city of Mumbai to offer professional hare dressing dolls is offering them to men who want to add an element of personality to their home.

The first shop in the country to offer hairdression doll services in a women-friendly setting was opened in the middle of the night in Pune.

The salon, which offers services for up to three hours, charges Rs 20 for a five-minute session, and the next day charges Rs 15.

“Our aim is to get more men to visit the salon and we want to encourage more men,” said Rishi Srivastava, founder and managing director of the salon.

“There is a huge demand in Mumbai and men are finding their way into the profession of hairdresses.

I feel this is a great opportunity to cater to the men who are interested in this profession.””

It’s been around for a long time.

It’s been quite popular in the last few years,” said Srivas.

“This is not a niche industry but it is getting a lot of attention.

We want to do something different.”

For now, the salon offers a number of services for clients to choose from.

There is the standard haircut, which includes straightening the hair, and then an eye lift.

It also offers a wide range of haircuts for men and women.

“It is not as easy as it looks.

The client must choose between different styles of hair,” said Preeti Pandey, co-founder and managing partner of the hair salon.

Pandey said she has seen some men not like the straightening of the hairdo, preferring to have their hair straightened with a comb.

“The salon has a very professional vibe, with all the guys looking like they are professionals.

But if a client wants to add some personality, they can do that with us,” said Pandey.

According to Srivastsava, most of the men at the salon are from the north-east.

“I have not heard of anyone in Mumbai doing hairdelings, but there are more and more men who come in for hairdos in Mumbai,” he said.

“We have had some clients from the south-east who want a haircut, but they are not happy with our hairdoes.

They are not comfortable with the hair and have wanted to come in.”