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Tuesday 21 October 2014

Justin Bieber has ‘$750 haircut’ every fortnight

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LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 21: Recording Artist Usher, winner of Soul/R&B Favorite Album Award and Soul/R&B Favorite Male Artist Award (L) with Musician Justin Bieber, winner of T-Mobile Breakthrough Artist Award, Pop/Rock Favorite Male Artist Award and Artist Of The Year Award, pose in the press room during the 2010 American Music Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on November 21, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images for DCP)

Justin Bieber gets a $750 haircut every two weeks.

The Canadian pop sensation was discovered in 2008, but achieved worldwide success last year when he released his single Baby in January. His mix of funky pop and boyish good looks won him hordes of young female fans, most of who were overcome by his silky tresses. Justin’s hair is almost as famous as his voice, with his sweeping fringe being copied across the globe last year.

The 16-year-old debuted a more mature look at the Golden Globes in Los Angeles on Sunday, which is sure to start a new trend. Stylist Vanessa Price has been tending to his tresses since 2009, and charges $750 per cut.

“I usually cut his hair every couple of weeks when he's on tour,” she told Life & Style.

Vanessa only takes house calls, but loves working with Justin as he is so fun. She admits being surprised by all the interest in his hair, revealing some of the young star’s fans are a little over-zealous.

“I've heard adults joke they were going to take his hair after I cut it,” she told the publication. “I tell them they're really creepy.

“We both were shocked people cared that much about someone's hair!”

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