So you're sitting there and the stylist is cutting your hair, and she doesn't know you and you don't know her and the silence between you she can't stand--you can, but she can't. She's got to talk to her clients. She must build a client base. "So," she says. "Have you seen any good movies?" Ugh. Sometimes we just want a haircut. We just want to pay our money and get out of there. The great thing about Stylelabb, by contrast, is that they leave you alone if that's what you want. And that is what you want because the music they play is better entertainment anyway. It veers toward hard rap, old-school stuff, Biggie and Tupac. Lots of Tupac, actually. Or at least that's what we notice in Stylelabb because we love Tupac. Suddenly, there's something to talk about with the person cutting hair.