It's been more than a year since anyone who knows what they're doing has cut my hair. I'm considering swinging into my barber for a quick trim.
It usually takes about 10 minutes to go from shaggy to flat-top, once I get in the chair. Maybe 12 minutes if I also get a beard trim. I can drop the little little at school, step in to the barber's, and if they're not busy, be home in time for my 1PM meeting.
Or I can spend about as long buzzing over my head with another beard-trimmer trim. A little less style, and sometimes with little missed bits, but also no social-distancing shortcuts.
I've been vaccinated, and waited the two weeks for total efficacy to arrive. I'm not sure how they'd do my mask. I can imagine the barber would keep theirs on, but mine would get fuzzy. I do have disposable "surgical" masks, so I'm not worried about that, and the bands going over my ears really wouldn't be in the way for much, except the parts right at my ears...
The wife has gone for her trim and color a few times since getting her vaccine (and even a time or two before), but her hair is longer, and there isn't much trimming going on at the ears, so she probably can keep her mask on the whole time. They cut my hair to a millimeter or few long, so a flurry of hair scraps falls from my head right onto the face and shroud.
Considering a haircut shouldn't be something that requires so much contemplation. Deciding if I have the time, and if I have some cash in my pocket, and if the crowd is small enough that I can get through fast enough (technically an extension of having the time), really should be all that goes into it.