that thing that separates the luxury brand from the cost cutters in the salon biz has not changed only grown!
This type expose really ticks me off because there is always a mass exploitation of salon professionals as non-professional, gossiping,lethargic,disorganized, mean-spirited, tattooed, pierced, pill popping nightmares that somehow couldn’t make it in any respectable profession…..thus, cosmetology.
What drives the price of a haircut is the same thing that drives the price of a pair of shoes, supply and demand!. Christian Louboutin and Jimmy Choo appeal to a completely different market than Nine West and Steve Madden; not much is made of this disparity. I assume its because a product is qualified by where or how it’s made and the expert craftsmanship that goes into the fabulosity that is …a red bottom Louboutin.
<Apparently, the same cannot be said for the state-licensed hairstylist with anywhere from 5 to 25 years of behind-the-chair experience, certifications from countless Master cut & color classes and Premier Advanced Training Session, lets take hairstylist to the stars, Ted Gibson…
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