License to Cut
There are some naughty things going on in the Land Down Under. Wojtek Wasilewski, a 26-year-old man with little pockets and big dreams, had a seemingly impossible task of opening up a hair salon amid an economic crisis. So, he brainstormed. What would draw in clients? What would set him apart? Then a light bulb. Topless women.
Most men would seriously contemplate the idea for 3.5 seconds and keep brainstorming. Not Wojtek. He opened HotCuts, a gentleman’s club hair salon where the average bloke can get a reasonably priced haircut by a topless professional. It’s a hair salon by men for men, if you will. Here’s the kicker: Business is booming. The money is flowing, appointments are booked solid, and patrons couldn’t be more pleased.
Hotcuts in Australia isn’t the only topless salon reaping the benefits of the female form. In Poland, a separate HotCuts chain offers cuts and trims and lingerie-clad hairdressers. Charming, I’m sure. Don’t leave out England. Newspaper ads are circulating in Surrey asking for the “right girl” with two years hair experience, a bubbly personality, and of course, a recent photo. Do we call this a trend or an epidemic? You decide.