John Edwards, once mocked for getting haircuts that cost
him his failed 2008 presidential campaign hundreds of dollars, has been reduced to getting his brown locks trimmed at a low-end cuttery for the common man.
Edwards, who in his political heydey went to stylist Joseph Torrenueva, whose Beverly Hills salon charges $300 to $500 per cut, now goes to Supercuts in Raleigh, NC, for a $12.95 job, employees say.
The New York Post dutifully notes that the best bargain for a haircut is in federal prison. They're free in there.