Ive been searching for a hair stylist capable of cutting my sons hair. I have taken him to your average great clips/super cuts ...somewhere likethat and he fussed and moves the entire time. Well I found a website for snipits and decided to try it out. Thank goodness I did! They were amazing with him. My sister is a hairstylist and she refuses to cut his hair and she even thought it looked good. The girls there are great. I saw a review about someone cutting their son....that didn't happen to us but I've had my hairdresser cut me and its not a big deal! Kids move. I'm impressed with the stylists abilities to get such a great cut while the kid is wiggling! Thank goodness there's people patient enough to take that job lol! I know I couldn't do it.
Posted: 10/27/2010 • Link to this review
I took my 5 year old son to get a haircut today. He is not a wiggler, he sits very still, and is very good with haircuts, never an issue. I have taken him here before, but it appears that this location has been taken over by Snip-its corporate from the last franchise owner. I walked in and no one else was there. Two stylists available. Melissa sat my son down and began cutting his hair. He is not a figgiter, or a squirmer, he is very gentle, and just sat and watched the movie they were playing for him. As she proceeded the other young lady asked if she could grab a bite, and went in back to eat. Mellissa proceeded with the haircut and another guest arrived. She asked if they had been in before and could they sign in please. Then a few minutes later another guest arrived. She again welcomed them and asked them to sign in. At this point she began to hurry as she now had two more guests waiting and she apparently did not want to call out her colleague who was taking a quick break. It was then I noticed my son flinched, and a look of panic filled his eyes as the tears rolled out, and he quietly cried. Melissa looked at his neck and then at me and said "Oh, I really got him." She then went to the back room to get some ointment and a band aide, and she began to rub the ointment into his wound with her finger. I asked her to stop as I did not want whatever bacteria could be on her fingers to be rubbed into his wound and we proceeded to leave. I ended up taking my son to the
Posted: 9/17/2010 • Link to this review