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Q: Most Expensive Haircut? ( No Answer,   7 Comments )
Subject: Most Expensive Haircut?
Category: Health > Beauty
Asked by: dusun-ga
List Price: $9.50
Posted: 29 Jun 2006 22:28 PDT
Expires: 29 Jul 2006 22:28 PDT
Question ID: 742251
What's the most expensive haircut one can get at a salon anywhere in the world?

Request for Question Clarification by tlspiegel-ga on 29 Jun 2006 22:44 PDT
Hi dusun,

Please reply if you feel this answers your question.

$1,925 ? Price of the world's most expensive haircut

"London stylist Lee Stafford (above) gives it.
You get what he calls a "couture cut" ? but you have to travel to his house."

[see article]

Best regards,

Clarification of Question by dusun-ga on 30 Jun 2006 17:51 PDT
Hi tlspiegel-ga,

Thanks for the possible answer but this is from early 2005. Almost a
year and a half has passed since that time. Can you find any other
current data regarding this issue? Thanks.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Most Expensive Haircut?
From: probonopublico-ga on 29 Jun 2006 23:03 PDT
I can certainly do that for you and what's more I will also visit!

How does $100,000 sound?
Subject: Re: Most Expensive Haircut?
From: myoarin-ga on 30 Jun 2006 03:00 PDT
Reminds me of the story about Bernard Shaw.  Now that Probono has
admitted that he is a barber, we are justified to ask how good he is. 
But his admission that Daisy, his dear, 19 year-old Yorkshire Terrier,
won't let him cut her whiskers
without assistance suggests that a "customer" familiar with his work
is quite distrustful. ;)
Subject: Re: Most Expensive Haircut?
From: probonopublico-ga on 30 Jun 2006 08:27 PDT

I never 'admitted' that I was 'a barber'.

I wrote that I would do 'a haircut'.

There's a mega difference: barbers are for men; hairdressers are for women.
Subject: Re: Most Expensive Haircut?
From: timespacette-ga on 30 Jun 2006 11:02 PDT
. . . yes, and primpers are for poodles . . .

Subject: Re: Most Expensive Haircut?
From: steph53-ga on 30 Jun 2006 13:01 PDT
I think daisy is younger than 19?? 
15 mabe??

In any case, I have to agree with myoarin. If Daisy needs to be held
down in order for Bryan to trim her whiskers, then I would probably
have to be tied down too if Bryan wanted to cut my blonde locks ;)

Subject: Re: Most Expensive Haircut?
From: myoarin-ga on 30 Jun 2006 19:17 PDT
Quite right, of course.  I wanted to equate barber and barbarian, but
that is etymologically incorrect (as I already new, just wanted to
bring that up. :)
AND, actually you said that you hold Daisy while your daughter does the trimming.

(Why do dog's whisker have to be trimmed?  To please non-canines'
sense of aesthetics? That's doggone cruel.)
Subject: Re: Most Expensive Haircut?
From: bestbeautystore-ga on 05 Jul 2006 08:52 PDT
Ummm...I don't have statistics on the most expensive haircut as of
late. However, the average price for a haircut in the U.S. is about
$45, according to the  Professional Beauty Association, a trade
organization based in Scottsdale, Ariz. Then there is Frederique's
haircuts at Prive Salon in New York City's Soho Grand Hotel are
moderately priced by Manhattan standards at $125. Still yet, many of
Manhattan's music, television and film celebrities have their hair
done by Frederique's boss, Laurent Dufourg (not exactly a barber -
lol). He charges clients, who include  Cameron Diaz and Salma Hayek,
$350 and up. And, he's not the priciest in the "big apple". If you can
even get an appointment with Orlando Pita, owner of Orlo, in New York
City, you will be expected to cough up $800. His clients include 
Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow. Hmmm...I bet the average tip would feed a
small village in Africa for a week.

 - Maximilian
Best Beauty Supply Store

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