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Bucks County Resident

Quakertown, PA

#21 Mar 8, 2008
Megyn wrote:
I know Hair Cuttery in Quakertown (near Walmart)is not the most exclusive shop in the area, but, they do have a stylist in there named Janet. She is the best hairdresser that I have come across in my lifetime. She is not only very highly skilled at what she does but she is very pleasant. I believe she is now working for the new Hair Cuttery that was just built in the Promenade over in Saucon Valley. If you don't mind taking the drive the new Hair Cuttery in the Promenade is very upscale as compared to others. If I am not mistaken she still works one or two days a week out of Quakertown shop for those who do not want to drive. I guess you can call there to find out what days she works.
Hair cuttery and upscale should never be used in the same sentence. Seriously, you have to be kidding me.
Megyn

Philadelphia, PA

#22 Mar 8, 2008
Bucks County Resident,
Go check it out for yourself. I think you would be very impressed. It not only looks different from the other Hair Cutterys but, it, appears they have hired some very skilled stylists there. I do not believe the Promenade would allow a a low end salon to do business in such an upscale environment.
Sophie

East Brunswick, NJ

#23 Mar 8, 2008
Again, grooming tails in Q-Town is still the place to go!
Bucks County Resident

Quakertown, PA

#24 Mar 9, 2008
Megyn wrote:
Bucks County Resident,
Go check it out for yourself. I think you would be very impressed. It not only looks different from the other Hair Cutterys but, it, appears they have hired some very skilled stylists there. I do not believe the Promenade would allow a a low end salon to do business in such an upscale environment.
Is it still $12 for a haircut?
mke

Trenton, NJ

#26 Mar 10, 2008
HAIRCUTTERY NO WAY 3 OF MY FRIENDS WENT THERE BIG MISTAKE MY MOM DID TO HER HAIRCUT WAS UN EVEN URBAN EDGE FIXED THE DAMAGE AND MY FRIENDS DON'T GO TO THE HAIRCUTTERYANYMORE.
super cuts

Allentown, PA

#27 Mar 10, 2008
I like Marissa at Super Cuts. She's great with kids.
megyn

Philadelphia, PA

#28 Mar 10, 2008
Bucks County Resident wrote:
<quoted text>Is it still $12 for a haircut?
i do beleive it is $13, at the promenade it is $15 dollars if you do decide to go to hair cuttery ask for janet and she will make your time there worth while.
megyn

Philadelphia, PA

#29 Mar 10, 2008
super cuts wrote:
I like Marissa at Super Cuts. She's great with kids.
janet wil also make your hair feel and look great you will get compliments from everyone.
megyn

Philadelphia, PA

#30 Mar 10, 2008
Bucks County Resident wrote:
<quoted text>Is it still $12 for a haircut?
janet will also make your hair look and feel great you will get compliments from everybody.
megyn

Philadelphia, PA

#31 Mar 10, 2008
super cuts wrote:
I like Marissa at Super Cuts. She's great with kids.
you should go to hair cuttery
they have skilled stylists and it is a very friendly envirnment.
Behind the scenes at HC

Philadelphia, PA

#32 Mar 10, 2008
Years ago I worked for the Haircuttery. It was horrible. The main focus they teach you is to get them in then get them out. These girls work on a commission and in order to make money there or any walk in place where the price is 15 for a cut you have got to be fast and methodical. A cookie cutter where all your cuts are the same. Most of them do not care because it does not matter if you build a clientele since they can not make appointments and a new walk in is moment a way.
The level of professionalism is horrible.
I was written up for trying to accomodate a client.
Get them in get them out get me home on time.

These places serve a purpose. Some people want a "quik trim " at the spur of the moment. Their hair is not number one on the priority list. and that is fine. They cater to that.

Any of the private salon mentioned are good. These places focus more on education. accomodating the client(stay late or come in early if necessary)You will build a bond and a friendship with your stylist at a private salon.
These stylist are more carerr oriented and have more passion for what they do.

I still work in the industry but not on a stylist level . I would't go to a walkin place but I can see the appeal it may have to some.

Oh and as far as price goes many private salons are very reasonable
Bucks County Resident

Quakertown, PA

#33 Mar 10, 2008
megyn wrote:
<quoted text>
you should go to hair cuttery
they have skilled stylists and it is a very friendly envirnment.
Are the ladies attractive?. Because if I am paying $20 for a haircut, I want a hottie with a nice personality that can carry on a nice conversation,
Behind the scenes at HC

Philadelphia, PA

#34 Mar 11, 2008
Why not go to Coyotes for that?
Bucks County Resident wrote:
<quoted text>Are the ladies attractive?. Because if I am paying $20 for a haircut, I want a hottie with a nice personality that can carry on a nice conversation,
Rachel

Philadelphia, PA

#35 Mar 11, 2008
Bucks County Resident wrote:
<quoted text>Are the ladies attractive?. Because if I am paying $20 for a haircut, I want a hottie with a nice personality that can carry on a nice conversation,
that is something i am not going to answer
Rachel

Philadelphia, PA

#36 Mar 11, 2008
<quoted text>Are the ladies attractive?. Because if I am paying $20 for a haircut, I want a hottie with a nice personality that can carry on a nice conversation,
sorry i answered the wrong one so dont pay attention to what i just said about me not answering that
megyn

Philadelphia, PA

#37 Mar 11, 2008
Bucks County Resident wrote:
<quoted text>Are the ladies attractive?. Because if I am paying $20 for a haircut, I want a hottie with a nice personality that can carry on a nice conversation,
that is not very appropriate at hair cuttery they care about hair not about if the eymployees are good looking
rachel

Philadelphia, PA

#38 Mar 11, 2008
hey guys while were on the subject of hair i go to hair cuttery and i personnally think that janet is a great stylist i go to her so often that she makes a joke and says that if i dont stop dying my hair it will fall out but she loves the hair cutting buisness and she would never be mean to a client
Bucks County Resident

Quakertown, PA

#39 Mar 11, 2008
megyn wrote:
<quoted text>
that is not very appropriate at hair cuttery they care about hair not about if the eymployees are good looking
Thank you for answering my question. Thats why I over pay to have my hair cut at Ground Zero West in Conshy.

Since: Apr 08

Kutztown, PA

#40 Apr 7, 2008
I recommend Artistic Trends Salon in Sellersville. Right off the 309 on Lawn Avenue. Great atmosphere, relaxing, get your hair, nails, massage and facials done in one place. Super busy, I really recommend you call ahead - right now they are booking through June and are already filling up! Not cheap, but you will get what you pay for. Been going there since they opened in 1997, followed 2 of the girls who used to work at West End Styles in Quakertown. 215~257~6464 ... they have a website too www.artistictrendssalon.com you can see the girls experience and prices there. They really go to a lot of classes so they are always on top of things!

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