The hairdressing store in Newark is a favorite among tourists and locals alike.
But as the popularity of hair products grows in the United States, hairdressed men and women have started to flock to its stores in search of the best-priced cuts.
Now that they have the chance, some hairdresses are opting to start charging $1,200 a cut and $2,200 for a full-on cut.
Hairstylists like the ones in New Jersey are now offering a little more than $1 million a cut for a trim that can last for a year, or $2.5 million for a complete cut.
But with the popularity has grown, it seems hairdylists across the country are also looking to offer more than just a cut.
The average hair salon charge is $1.35 million for one year of service, according to data compiled by Salon.com.
A typical haircut, by contrast, can run $3.2 million.
“We are seeing the need for more cut and styling options and a few new styles coming to market,” said J.K. Luebe, co-owner of J.
Luebe & Sons hairdylexpert.
“It’s a lot to handle and a lot of money, but if you look at the pricing of our hair, the prices are a lot lower than what they used to be.”
A full-length haircut with an additional coat of wax is now priced from $1 to $1.,000, according the salon.
The cost of a cut of up to three inches can range from $2 to $5,000, depending on the length of the cut and the type of hair you’re using.
Luese said that he has seen a lot more hairdos in the last year and a half, with cut lengths ranging from five to 10 inches.
“I do see a lot fewer people going to our salon because they’re looking for the same cut,” he said.
“The new cuts are coming in a lot less and we are getting a lot better prices.”