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After 23 Years of $20 Cuts, Diego’s Hair Salon Raises Price to $25

by Tim Regan March 1, 2016 at 11:30 am 2 Comments

Diego's Hair Salon

A Dupont Circle barber shop famous for charging Supreme Court justices, bigwig politicians and local celebrities just $20 for a haircut has been forced to raise its prices.

The price of a haircut at Diego’s Hair Salon (1901 Q St. NW) is now $25, according to salon owner Diego D’Ambrosio.

D’Ambrosio told Borderstan today that the shop had to charge more for a haircut due to an increase in its rent and other rising expenses.

“It’s not just the rent,” he said. “It’s the shampoo, the towel, the electric, everything.”

D’Ambrosio added that for 23 years, the business charged just $20 for a haircut.

Hat tip to Washington City Paper’s Will Sommer and Zach Rausnitz

Comments (2)

  1. Still one of the cheapest quality cuts you can find in the District.

  2. just went there last night for the first time in a year and a half, was surprised by the price increase. but still totally worth it!

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