Wal-Mart and the beauty industry have long been a subject of ridicule and outrage over their questionable products, and the latest salvo in the fight over the fad comes from a New York City salon called Hair Love.
Hair Love has a long history of making hair clippings and hair extensions.
The store is so popular, the owners have launched a new line of products called “The Ultimate Clipper Collection” in collaboration with Beauty Blender, a company that sells hair-care products.
“We are always looking for ways to make our products more affordable and easier to use,” Hair Love owner Amy Sacco said in a press release announcing the new line.
“It’s our goal to bring these products to your kitchen cabinets.”
The brand, which was founded in 2014, has also created a line of hair clipper accessories and accessories for the ladies, which sell for about $10 each.
It looks like this is what it sounds like when a woman tries to look good with a pair of clippers.
Sacco has said that she sells her clippers to clients through her Instagram account.