You can get one of these things for less than $15, I would imagine:
After you've stepped out of your champagne bath and dried off with a towel made from the fur of a genuine Bigfoot, make sure your in-house stylist uses the Linea Pro flat iron to fix your hair. It features 2543 genuine, hand applied Swarovski crystals and comes with a certificate of authenticity and a plaque from the Swarovski factory in London to prove it. $850 - AveyouSome parts of this world are a little out of touch with reality, and with the way things actually work. A jewel-encrusted flatiron is ridiculous beyond words. I don't believe in trying to make the argument that the money spent on a flat iron would be better spent helping poor people. Whoever wants to use an $850 flat iron doesn't really care about effectively spending money anymore.