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Edwards’ campaign picking up tab for candidate’s $400 haircuts
Chicago Sun-Times April 18, 2007 | Joan Lowy WASHINGTON — Looking pretty is costing John Edwards’ presidential campaign a lot of pennies.
The Democrat’s campaign committee picked up the tab for two haircuts at $400 each by celebrity stylist Joseph Torrenueva of Beverly Hills, Calif., according to a financial report filed with the Federal Election Commission. in our site men s haircuts
FEC records show Edwards also availed himself of $248 in services from a trendy salon and spa in Dubuque, Iowa, and $225 in services from the Pink Sapphire in Manchester, N.H., which is described on its Web site as “a unique boutique for the mind, body and face” that caters mostly to women.
Torrenueva — who specializes in men’s haircuts — confirmed in an interview that Edwards is a longtime client and friend.
“I do cut his hair and I have cut it for quite a while,” Torrenueva said. “We’ve been friends a long time.” Referring to a picture of Edwards published Tuesday in The Los Angeles Times, Torrenueva said: “That’s my cut.” One reason the cost of the cut was so steep even by Beverly Hills standards is that Torrenueva went to Edwards rather than the candidate coming into the stylist’s salon a block off Rodeo Drive. go to web site men s haircuts
“I go to him wherever convenient,” Torrenueva said. He declined to identify where the cuts paid for by the campaign took place.
Campaign records also show the former North Carolina senator’s campaign paid $248 on March 1 to the Designworks Salon in Dubuque.