He considers himself to be the Hugh Hefner of the hairdressing world and wants his salons to be as big as Hooters.
Jeff Wulkan, 29, from Long Beach, opened Bikini Barbers in February 2011. The premise? Customers get their hair cut by beautiful young women in bikinis.
Not surprisingly, the shop is booming, so much so that it has its own reality TV series - AXS TV’s Bikini Barbershop: Jersey - and Jeff is being asked to open franchises of the beach-themed hair salon across America.
Speaking toNJ.com, Jeff said he started the business because he felt there was a gap in the market.
'I was sick of the lack of options there were to get a haircut. You either had to go to a high-end hair salon or one of those 70-year-old guys who have shaky hands and can barely see anymore.
'So I decided to open my own. And here, for $2 more than it costs to go to Supercuts, you can get your hair cut by hot girls in bikinis,' he said.