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  1. On 23/07/2021, 14:39:09, the.frollein said:

    Hi and welcome to Stuttgart - congrats on getting a flat, Zuffenhausen is a nice area to live. :)

    Not in Zuffenhausen, and not entirely sure about her English skills (I speak German with her), but I can highly recommend my hairdresser: Michaela Bronner (google "Friseurin Michaela Stuttgart). Her salon is a one-woman operation, on Heilbronner Straße and 2 minutes walk from the Löwentorbrücke U-Bahn stop (or 5 minutes from the S-Bahn stop Nordbahnhof), so on the main U-Bahn/S-Bahn route between Zuffenhausen and Hauptbahnhof. If you need more info, please feel free to PM me.

     

    I haven't had a perm myself, but her handiwork I've seen on others looks good. I have really fine hair and not a lot of it, and she's a haircut genius - I would trust her to do a good job with perms as well. Best thing is, her prices are amazingly low for Stuttgart (I paid 27 Euros yesterday for a wash and cut). 

    Thanks so much for the recommendation. I will definitely give her a call. Like you, I also have a deficiency in the follicular department. Hopefully she will have some advice about what to do with it. 

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  2. Hello everyone! 

     

    So after the last post, we got a flat in Zuffenhausen! Yay! We're in the process of moving.

     

    I'd like to get my hair permed at a salon where the hairdressers preferably speak English and is relatively affordable.  I know the title says Zuffenhausen area but I'm okay with travelling a bit. 

     

    Thanks in advance :)

     

     

     

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  3. Hello! New here!!

     

    We are an Indian couple (and cat) looking for an affordable place to put down roots somewhere between Karlsruhe, Stuttgart and Möhringen.

     

    My husband's potential job is near Möhringen and I'd like to work or do a PhD in either Karlsruhe or Stuttgart, depending on where I get in. A place between all three cities would ensure we could change jobs in the future without having to move.

     

    My husband has been in Germany for nearly 10 years and I've been here for 3. We are thinking about expanding our family soonish so we'd like a place that's friendly, has all the necessities without having to traipse into the nearest metro and potentially has a bilingual Kita or two.were also looking to expand our friends circle :)

     

    Pforzheim is a frontrunner but any other city you could suggest would be great!

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