The 10-minute hair cut for men is a real thing here. For locations, like this barbershop, it is a major selling point. I guess if you have super short hair, it doesn’t take a long time to cut it, but as a client, I’d prefer that my stylist is looking at her scissors and their proximity to my ears and head, not a clock. I just find it puzzling.
To my male readers–does promising it will only take 10 minutes make you more likely to get a haircut? Would you want a 10 minute haircut? I need perspective to help me with cultural (and gender) gap here.