A woman went off-scene for a $1.2million manicure at the top of the Hollywood Hills.
The salon’s owner, Stephanie Hurd, was in the process of moving into her new home when she was approached by a man who had previously offered to buy her the entire business.
The man said he needed to get the hair cut.
He took her out of her home and she ended up at the salon.
The blonde haired beauty had been dressed up for her job interview at the Beverly Hills barbershop on Tuesday afternoon.
She had no idea her hairstyle had been stolen until her security guard rang her and told her the salon had been robbed.
The security guard said it was only the latest in a string of thefts of luxury items.
The barber was forced to call the police and was later released without charges.
“I’m going to be honest, the whole thing is pretty shocking.
I thought it was going to turn out alright,” she told ABC7 News.
“It’s definitely the worst haircut I’ve ever had in my life.”
Ms Hurd said she was still upset about her ordeal and was considering suing the salon and the barber.
The owner said she had to pay the man $1 million after the incident and had to sell her barbership in a similar manner.
“That was an act of desperation.
The only way you can get rid of someone is to get rid [of] them,” Mr Hurd told ABC News.
The woman, who did not want to be identified, said she did not know why she was singled out.
“My daughter is 16 and my wife is 17.
It was my choice,” she said.
“We were just in the mood for a haircut and I just wanted to have the haircut.”
“I have no idea how they did it,” she added.
“If they had tried to rob me I would have stopped them and taken them out of my home and sold them.”
Ms Rolene Kohn, who has worked at the barbershops for 12 years, said it would have been easy to just let the woman go.
“This was an opportunity to give my employees a little more dignity,” she explained.
“She didn’t know what was going on and I didn’t want her to think I was going through some kind of panic.”