Recently, Maloney-Winder secured a nanny for a Greenwich, Conn., CEO and mother of four who wanted her caregiver to blow out her hair — daily — in addition to caring for the two girls’ locks, driving them to school and preparing three meals a day. (Her sons have their own nanny).
The girls’ nanny, a former beautician, not only handles all three ladies’ tresses, but does the mom’s manicures and facials, too.
“Wealthy families have a certain way of looking at things,” said Seth Norman Greenberg, vice president of the Pavillion Agency, a domestic staffing company in Midtown. “They realize when interviewing people that they might be able to get a lot more than what their basic needs are.”