Ted Gibson Raises Price Of Haircut To $1,200

Ted Gibson and I in 2009. 

My mane man Ted Gibson is bringing his major haircut from $950 to $1200, effective January 1, 2013. I can tell you as someone who’s been on the receiving end of that cut, it grows out incredibly and the experience truly is above and beyond. 


With a current wait time of one month to eight weeks, Gibson deems the price increase necessary given his increasing popularity and demand for his services. His snips are “a luxurious, 5-star experience” wherein each guest receives a stress relieving treatment with hot towels, shampoo, conditioning treatment, haircut, blow-dry and style all from Gibson himself. When was the last time someone with his name on the salon was doing his own shampoo? Exactly. 

“I’m making Hollywood accessible to the Upper East Side woman. The woman from NJ. The woman whose husband wants to give her a gift for the holidays,” says Gibson. “Hair – more than the anything else- dictates how a woman feels about who she really is. I strive to make sure that every client who sits in my chair feels pampered and loved. I’m providing her with more than a haircut – it’s an experience.”

What are your thoughts on Ted Gibson’s $1,200 haircut? 


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4 Comments Ted Gibson Raises Price Of Haircut To $1,200

  1. Queenie Land

    I think no one brought this question of Vidal Sassoon which was the first to make prices to these’s amount. Vidal S before his school remember the movie (Shampoo)?
    Now do I believe he’s a Master at what he does.
    !!!!YES!!!!!! hands do go bad y’ll,and you hold down your business…mmm Get yours boo!!!. Like the wind Fabulous…
    I do wish I was granted blessed by his art,? Hell Ya…but I can only dream…that’s ok he gets his dreams…
    peace
    Queenie T

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  2. Anonymous

    My hairdresser still charges $20! And right now she’s booked up until probably the end of January…..

    I agree, great hair….what a great picture!

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