Meet the tiny tot who, armed with a juice box and the "it" haircut, is proving that kids can be stylish, too.
Whenever you buy a haircut or a pair of jeans or a flat-screen television, you're paying for the welfare state.
We went in, the question being: “What kind of haircut do you want?”
The Romans began to cut the hair about A.U.C. 454, when Ticinius Maenas introduced Barbers from Sicily. Then they began to cut, curl, and perfume it. The glass was consulted as now upon rising from the barber's chair. [Rev. Thomas Dudley Fosbroke, "Encyclopædia of Antiquities," London, 1825]Related: Haircutter; haircutting.