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At $1,000 a haircut, Rossano Ferretti could be the world’s most expensive hairdresser

Andrea Divirgilio / November 7, 2011

Rossano Ferretti hair spa

After we saw the special haircuts like the Sultan of Brunei $21000 snip, and the Paul Strank Rooding charity event snip, it’s now the turn of celebrated hairdresser Rossano Ferretti who could snip your hair just right, for $1,000 a sitting, making him the world’s most expensive hairdresser. Using the natural fall of one’s hair for styling and trimming, each hairdressing treatment would include a semi-spa experience which will leave you feeling like the crème de la crème of the fashion icons.

During his earliest years in Italy, Rossano Ferretti had shown a very strong inclination towards different styles and formation in almost everything he saw. From London to multiple cities in Italy, the man traveled and learnt from his surroundings regarding different forms, shapes, falls, etc. He then ended up using this acquired knowledge and taste to create his range of 19 boutique saloons, where he and his hand-picked team work with the elite group of clientele, to give them a look and makeover, they only can imagine for. Talking of his inclination towards this line of work, Rossano Ferretti says,

“I’ve always lived for this job. I have always loved and respected the way. The hair is definitely less important than music, architecture and painting, but it was what I could do and have done by participating in my own way, to the transformation of my era.”

Upon visiting any of his saloons, one would see a spa like atmosphere with black, silver pieces of sleek furniture. The ground floor usually has the community coloring tables where one can chit-chat over perfect cups of coffee. Upon completion, one proceeds to the upper floor, where one gets the unique Shu Uemura deep conditioning treatment, or even the much needed snipping, for $1,000 a sitting. If one of his students does the job, then you would have shell out $200. However, further investigation opens up the core question of this experience; what makes it premium priced? According to the hairdresser, the hair is cut only depending upon the natural hair pattern of the person, and done so in a very precise proportion. This ensures that the final cut is something we would call perfection.

Rossano Ferretti hair spa coverage

So, if you have extra cash to snip around, then you know where to go for an iconic styling job.

Via: NeonTommy/ Rossano Ferretti

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