My theory is the more expensive the hair service, the lower the tip. A $12 haircut? Sure, here's $4. A $200 haircut? $15 is more than reasonable. Any hairdresser who expects a $40 tip is out of his/her mind. And you never tip the...
Annabee, you can decide how your 'biz' is run, but you can't decide how much, if anything, clients should tip. That is the client's biz, sorry.
Already Tipped-you are so right!
KTDO-I agree with you 100%! American business owners can pay their staff more, they just choose not to. They would rather pass that expense on to the consumers and keep more profit for themselves, thus contributing to astounding...
No, you should not.
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