Reese Witherspoon’s $1,500 Haircut: Was It Worth Every Penny?
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Reese Witherspoon’s $1,500 Haircut: Was It Worth Every Penny?

Our girl Reese Witherspoon, the Legally Blonde bombshell and mother of three, was snapped yesterday leaving the Rossano Ferretti Salon in Beverly Hills. The salon and its owner delivers its own patented method of cutting hair called the Ferretti Technique, which is why Reese’s new ‘do cost her $1,500.

According to a press release from GSI, Reese visited the salon in Wednesday and was able to meet Rossano personally at the conclusion of her appointment, which was a huge privilege. Rossano rarely comes to the United States, unless it’s for a celeb client like Reese.

During her visit, the hair stylist worked on Reese’s locks using their specific method, which treats each strand of hair differently witht he belief that each strand acts alone to create the full look. According to the salon’s website, “Each strand of hair has its own structure and movement… With sensibility and care, the designer treats each strand its own way, in order to achieve the most natural effect. This belief is why haircuts by Metodo Rossano Ferretti are so subtly carved, to create a harmonious image each time. A haircut that is like a work of art.”

That sounds like a whole lot of faith put on a pair of scissors and a head of hair. Yes, Reese’s hair has helped define her as an actress (remember when she suddenly went brunette a few months ago? We nearly died!), but we’re sure something a wee bit less expensive could have sufficed.

According to GSI, other actresses such as Angelina Jolie and Salma Hayek also stand behind the technique.

We want to know what you think about Reese’s pricey cut. Sound off below!

Source: Splash News

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07.25.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Emmalie Vance
Related: Moms, Celebrity Moms & Babies, News, Reese Witherspoon, Beauty

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