8 Top Hairstylists to Cut Your Hair Before You Die
If money were no object, these are the top hairstylists you'd want to cut your hair. From innovative cutting techniques to ultra-luxurious salons, find out what makes each one such a stand-out
Edward TricomiCost of a haircut: $400
When Tim Burton got his hair cut by Edward Tricomi, he was inspired to write the movie "Edward Scissorhands" -- and if you've seen the flick, you're familiar with the way Edward Tricomi cuts hair: It's a one-of-a-kind experience with lightening-fast blades and hair flying everywhere. "I like to cut hair when it's dry," he says. "I think of what I do as sketching a haircut. And I am constantly fixing and changing my art form." He applies his technique to everything from pixies to long layers with equally impressive results.
Warren Tricomi salons are located in New York, Connecticut, California, and Florida, but the man himself can usually be found at the Plaza Hotel location in Manhattan.
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