Women's haircuts can be incredibly expensive, and if you have short hair, then you know that maintaining your 'do with a haircut every 6-8 weeks can really add up. Claudia Cahalane wonders if there is a gender discrimination in haircut pricing when more and more women are opting for the short, androgynous hairstyle of Agyness Deyn. A spokesperson for Toni & Guy says that there are differences between male and female haircuts, no matter the length of the hair cut. Okay, we aren't professionals so we wouldn't know what the technical differences would be, but when you are spending $100 a month to have 1/4 inch of your hair cut off, you begin to wonder if you are getting the short end (heh) of the stick. [The Guardian]