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Justin Bieber's popular hairstyle

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 10:22 PM

Justin Bieber's popular hairstyleIconic hair styles worn by actresses like Farrah Fawcett and Jennifer Aniston and copied by women everywhere have been a tradition in hair history. Now, a teenaged boy has entered the ranks of most-requested styles. Canadian teen pop star Justin Bieber’s helmet-like look is sweeping North America — especially with teenage boys.

According to the New York Times, salons can charge up to $150 for the cut that includes long, side-brushed bangs. According to Cozy Friedman, owner of a Manhattan salon that specializes in the Bieber bob, 60 percent of young male customers ask for the style.

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