The hair transplant fee for a new hairstyle is around £1,000.
But the NHS, which oversees the procedure, is paying for it out of the money it makes from hair transplants, including for transplants of older hair.
That’s because it collects a tax from the hair-dresser and then deducts it from any profits.
The haircut fee is also covered by the NHS.
The NHS also collects a levy on hair-shaving wax sales, which covers the cost of hair transplans for older people.
This tax is levied on the hair salon owner and any other business involved in the hair industry.
The fee covers the hair stylist, who does the surgery and also collects the hair from the scalp.
In addition, the NHS collects a fee from the insurance company for haircuts performed by licensed hair-care professionals.
The new fee for transplanted hair was introduced last week and will apply to any hair transplant for a patient aged between the ages of 18 and 70, according to the National Health Service.
The price for a haircut can be as low as £200 for those under 60 and up to £1.20 for people aged 70 and over.
How to make a transplant A hair transplant can cost up to around £600, but is normally done with a team of six.
The surgery involves cutting off a healthy hair strand and transplanting it into a patient’s head, either by cutting it off and cutting out part of the patient’s skull, or by making the hair curl in a way that the patient cannot see.
The hair is then combed back together and shaved off the side of the head that was cut off.
A hair stylists assistant will then cut and trim the hair that has been transplanted into the patient.
Once the hair has been cut, the surgeon will use a scalpel to remove any hair on the scalp and will then put a hair clip into the area where the hair is transplanted to hold it in place.
The patient will then have their hair cut and the hair clipped off and put back on.
Hair transplants are expensive because the hair strands are not easy to cut and many people are not comfortable doing it in public.
But experts said that patients can make the transplant themselves, and that a haircut or two would usually be a good idea.
A study carried out last year in the United Kingdom found that the average cost of a haircut was £1 for a person aged over 65.
There was no data on how many hair transplanted patients there were.
But if you want to be certain that you can get a haircut that’s safe, the National Cancer Society recommends people visit a hair salon or ask someone who does hair transplations for advice.
Are there other costs for transplanting?
The NHS estimates that about £400 million of the total £2.2 billion it collects each year from hair transplant fees goes on treatment, including the treatment of any infections that occur.
The costs of treating infections, such as meningitis and cancer, have also been paid for by the fee, and the NHS does not have to reimburse for any of this.
It also reimburses for hair transplant costs for people with allergies or those who are at high risk of cancer.
Some of the costs also include: treatment for the hair of older people and those with conditions that may have caused the hair to grow out or break down.
Hair transplant costs are also paid by the hair braiders who have to shave off the hair and trim it back in place each time a patient has their hair done.
It costs around £100 for a one-hour hair braider service.
The government estimates that £50 million of that goes on hair transplant treatment, and a further £60 million is spent on hair transplanting for those who have a condition that makes it more difficult to grow new hair.