I always tell my personal styling clients that the two things most worth indulging in are 1) shoes, and 2) a haircut. I cannot overemphasize the importance of having a good haircut. After all, your hair frames your face and you have to wear it everyday. Good hair is a telltale sign of someone who cares to put their best foot forward. However, that being said, I guess we should lay down some boundaries. Like, say, maybe the cost of a haircut/blowdry needs to be a wee bit less than the reported several thousands of dollars Jennifer Aniston spent on her lid to walk down the red carpet at the premiere of Marley & Me.
Ahh... I get it. When Jennifer Aniston says in interviews that she prefers a 'natural look' she means, naturally expensive. Naturally.