The average price for a LA barber shop is $3,000 a month, according to the latest estimates from the Los Angeles Times.
It’s not much compared to other big city cities.
The average cost of a full-service salon in Manhattan is $13,000, according the Economist Intelligence Unit, which tracks retail prices.
But in Los Angeles, the average price is $10,000.
Here’s how much it will cost to go to a barber or a hair stylist in LA.
LA Times barber shops are open to the public: Barber Shop Hours: Sunday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.M. to 6 p.M., Monday through Thursday, 9 a.S.
M to 6:30 p.S., Friday and Saturday, 7:30 a.P.M.; Sunday, 7 p.
P and Monday, 7 P.M.-8 p.p.
M; Tuesday through Friday and Monday through Friday from 9 a-7 p. M. to 5 p.
S.M.(AP Photo/Julio Cortez) LA Times salon locations: Barbershop, 534 E. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles; Hair Salon, 101 E. El Segundo Blvd., Los Angles; Salon, 100 E. Sunset Blvd., Hollywood; Barber Shop, 631 W. Sunset Boulevard, Culver City; Hair & Body, 1160 W. Van Nuys Blvd., Venice.
Hair Salon is open to barbers, barbershops and massage therapists.
Barbershops: Hair Salon – 830 E. California Ave., Hollywood, and Barber Shop – 915 E. Westwood Blvd., Burbank.
Hair &s; Body – 1620 Westwood Boulevard, Santa Monica.
Salon: Hair &ing.
Body – 1035 Westwood Avenue, Pasadena.
Salon is closed on Sundays.
L.A. Times barbershop locations: The Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills Barbers, Beverly Manor, Beverly Villa, La Bodega, L. A. Barber, La La Land, La Quinta, Los Angeles Barbers , Los Angeles Hair Salon , Los Gatos, La Jolla, La Mirada, Los Feliz, Los Ingles, Los Olivos, Lourdes, Lorton, Long Beach, Los Santos, Malibu, Manhattan, New York City, O.C., Pasadena, Pomona, Rancho Palos Verdes, Ranchos Palos De Leon, Ranchu Palos, Ranche Los Santos , San Diego, Santa Ana, Santa Fe, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Solana Beach, Tustin, Ventura, Westwood, and Westwood Village.
The Times also has an article on how to shop at LA’s top salon locations, including La Japonica and La Bottega, which are both open to patrons, and the La Bidega, La Vista, La Cienega, La Mesa, La Villa, and La Cucaracha locations.
The LA Times Barbers and Salon section of the site.