I didn't get the haircut I asked for. Way too short. It was a good cut in the end, but the communication just wasn't there. When I grabbed my bald neck and commented that it was very short (I was going for shoulder length), the owner sarcastically informed me that she had a staple gun. Hilarious. The stylist that did my hair told me outside that to spite what Nin had quoted me, she would only charge me 50 dollars for the highlights. (I had a coupon for a free cut with any color.) I ended up spending 75 bucks on a surface highlighting job on very short hair because she spontaneously changed her mind when it was time for me to pay. Perhaps she was too intimidated by Nin to explain the lower price. I was so boggled, I tipped her anyway. She was a nice person and the wrong haircut and overpriced highlights did turn out to be a good job. I agree with the review above about Nin and her loud and inappropriate opinions. She bellowed proudly that she is a Conservative, Christian, Republican and must listen to her Glenn Beck and Lars Larson radio show each day. I regret not informing her equally as loudly that I am a Liberal, an Atheist, I vote Democrat, and I am a Lesbian. I didn't because this type of conversation doesn't seem needed in a place of business. I was looking for a good place to routinely go for haircuts and I would rather go for a root canal than step foot back into that obnoxious woman's salon.
Posted: 8/09/2011 • Link to this review
Owner in bright red hair is a no talent! Goes on and on about how smart and experienced she is. Butts into every conversation. Oh you leave knowing how great her son is at football. Go elsewhere, you'll get a better service, anywhere else.
Posted: 4/13/2009 • Link to this review
Just moved into the area and wanted a place close by. The ladies were fantastic and did a great job. The owner gave me the best pedicure ever and the nail art was the bomb. My haircut turned out really good too. I am so glad I found Nin and Liz. I will go back.
Posted: 8/30/2008 • Last edited: 1/26/2009 • Link to this review