If you’ve ever seen “Edward Scissorhands,” then you’re more familiar with Edward Tricomi’s cutting style than you know. In fact, Tim Burton was inspired to write the movie after experiencing a Tricomi haircut. (Think lighting speed sheers and flying hair.) And no matter what length, Tricomi uses his signature cut on everyone. “I think of what I do as sketching a haircut. I am constantly fixing and changing my art form.”
Tricomi charges $400 for a haircut, and his salons are located in New York, California, Connecticut, and Florida. But if you want to see the original Edward Scissorhands in person, you’ll probably find him at his Manhattan location.