How we use beauty products and services is so psychologically driven. Women are always looking for that magic bullet for whatever perceived imperfection they’re trying to “fix.” And there’s definitely an often unspoken assumption that if something is expensive, then it’s better or more efficacious.
When news broke last Friday that Mila Kunis received a $7,000 facial before her Friends With Benefits press junket, we wondered, “Is it really better than the $150 version?” She probably thinks it is, therefore–for her, it is. She got her money’s worth.
In honor of Mila and her ridiculously expensive facial, we decided to dig up some of the most ridiculously expensive beauty treatments we could find. From hair extensions to the blingiest nail art you can possibly imagine, click through and feel better about that $100 face cream you just bought.