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According to the opinion of the Mechaber, one may not take haircuts until the morning of the thirty-fourth day. The Rama holds that one may shave on Lag B’omer. Many apply this to the night of Lag B’omer (because tachanun is already omitted on erev Lag B’omer), while others say it means first thing in the morning. This is based on the concept that if one waits a little in the morning it is as if he waited a whole day (miktzas hayom k’kula). The custom of many seems to be that shaving or taking a haircut is permitted after neitz hachama.