IELTS Speaking Part 1 : Haircut – Tiredness

Speaking Part 1

1. Haircut

What is your favorite hairstyle?

→ I don’t actually have a favorite hairstyle these days. But in the past, I used to be a big fan of the undercut style which was compatible with my face shape. However, I don’t really care much these days, so I just let the barber do whatever he wants.

How often do you have your hair cut?

→ Once a month or once every two months I suppose. Because my hair goes grey very fast, I have to go to a barbershop to have it dyed as a way to look younger, and I usually have my hair cut as well.

How much do you usually spend on your haircut?

→ As I mentioned, I do multiple things at the same time, so the cost of my haircut is quite high. Every now and then, I often get a facial massage and shampoo also, so the cost can sometimes amount to a hundred VND in total.

2. Tiredness

What things make you tired?

→ There are many things that make me tired. For example, after consuming too much alcohol or caffeinated drinks, I will be exhausted for days after. Besides, my energy gets drained if I am continually stressed out and lacking sleep.

What do you do when you feel tired?

→ In order to combat fatigue, I choose to lie on my comfortable mattress and enjoy some music. While doing this, I also put on a face mask to keep my skin hydrated and my mind relaxed.

Who do you prefer to talk to when you feel mentally tired, your friends or your family?

→ That depends on what troubles I am facing. Like, if I’m feeling stressed about school or my friends’ drama, I will talk to my mother or father. However, when my parents are pressuring me about academic progress, my buddies will be the ones who understand me the most.

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