A $600 haircut or a FREE Aveda haircut? – your choice for Wed. October 29th

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When did haircuts become so INSANELY priced?   I don’t know about YOU, but I am NOT that girl who is going to pay $200.00 for a trim.  In FACT, I’m WAY overdue for a cut because I’m using Miracle Anti-Aging hair care, which has a natural hair growth stimulator and my hair is growing like a weed now, when I couldn’t get it passed my shoulders before.  The KEY is going to be regular cuts for me.

And CUTS just CAN’T be “regular” when celebs are involved, can they?  I guess I GET IT, what with them being in the business of beauty and all, and how one bad hair day could be the reason they don’t get cast in a multi-million dollar picture.  Yes, I said PICTURE – gosh I’m old.  But I can’t help but think they are being OVERcharged.

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I mean, Jennifer Anniston reportedly has a price tag of $920 without tip when celebrity stylist Chris McMillan cuts her hair for $600 and if she gets color, which starts at an additional $320 (SOURCE:  Beautyriot.com).  Gotta love Beverly Hills and that somebody has the chutz·pah to SNIP SNIP and say “THAT will be $600 please.”

And that somebody PAYS it.  I would like to SEE the difference between a $200 haircut, a $300 haircut and then a $600 haircut.

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Beautyriot.com reports this golden girl pays ONLY $650 for full highlights, cut and blowout, along with the likes of Nicole Kidman and Jessica Alba.  Her go-to stylist is David Babaii at Neil George Salon in Beverly Hills.  Does Anniston’s hair LOOK more like a $600 cut, compared to Hudson’s?

And don’t get me started on singer Rihanna.  According to their sources, Rihanna spends approximately $1900 a week on her locks with celeb stylist Ursula Stephen charging Rihanna $285 per day.  Yes, I said $1900 a WEEK.  Read the full article on The Most Expensive Celebrity Haircuts Revealed here.  I guess if it’s TAX DEDUCTIBLE, anything goes, right?

That’s why I love the beauty schools where you can get a nice, supervised cut and it won’t break the bank.  And you can take that $200 and pay it on your sky-high rent and maybe groceries.

Well, hold on to your piggies, cuz here’s a way you get a “FREE” haircut…plus you can help out some deserving people in need.

The Aveda Institute Los Angeles is holding “Beauty for a Cure” Wednesday, October 29th.  You get a free EXPRESS service of  a haircut, facial, polish change or makeup application and in return the requested donation is $10.00 and that goes to charity.

So, it’s pretty much a win-win.

Originally, they were doing this all day, but now it’s walk in’s only (first come first served) starting after 12 noon to up about 6:30pm.

Aveda Institute Los Angeles| 10935 Weyburn Avenue | Los Angeles, CA 90024

Free Express Services:
Haircuts, 
Facials, 
Polish Changes, 
Makeup Application
Walk-ins Welcome | $10 Requested Donation

Donations benefit UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (JCCF), the fundraising arm for UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (JCCC). Donations to JCCF fund cutting-edge research that helps improve the therapies available to patients everywhere.

Call 310.209.2000 for more information about Beauty for a Cure and if you don’t get in, don’t fret, The Aveda Institute is usually participating in cool charities and benefits and offers beauty on a budget cuts normally for $15.00.

Free Aveda haircuts and more Wednesday October 29th The Aveda Institute Los Angeles.

Free Aveda haircuts and more Wednesday October 29th The Aveda Institute Los Angeles.

ONLY $10.00?  Surely they left off two zeros at the end of that!  WHERE’s my agent?

Beauty on a Budget + Charity Rocks,

~ The Anti-Aging Analyst

 

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Eliza is an anti-aging journalist, coach and skincare/wellness consultant who has written hundreds of articles on anti-aging products and procedures, beauty and skincare. She writes regularly for The Los Angeles Examiner, and has been published in Hawaii's Inspiration Journal, and Hawaii Wellness Magazine, and quoted in various beauty blogs and newsletters including New You Magazine and more. A former Chicago reporter and analyst by nature, Eliza created Eliza's Anti-Aging Arsenal (www.antiaginganalyst.com/blog) a blog for people over 40, where she shares anti-aging tips, tricks and tools, vents a lot, and is known as "The Anti-Aging Authority With Attitude." Connect with Eliza at antiaging.analyst@gmail.com.

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