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Exchange Hair Plus @ Plaza Singapura

 
Exchange Hair Plus @ Plaza Singapura
Exchange Hair Plus @ Plaza Singapura
Exchange Hair Plus @ Plaza Singapura

 
Overview
 

Address:
#06-20 Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Road S(238839)
 
Telephone Number: 6884 4292
 
Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday: 12.00pm - 9.00pm
Saturday to Sunday: 11.30am - 7.00pm
Public Holiday: 11.30am - 6:00pm
 
Deals on the Web:
 
Services: , , ,
 
Be Ready To Spend:
 
Effectiveness
5.0


 
Environment
5.0


 
Service
3.0


 
Price
6.0


 
Total Score
4.8
4.8/ 10




 

Loves


  • Average service
  • Free scalp analysis for some coupon customers

Not-So-Happy-With


  • Strong hardselling
  • Often shorthanded, causing one hairstylist to work on multiple customers at one time
  • LONG waiting time
  • Unknown brands used for hair colour and treatments
  • Disorganized and unclean environment


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Posted October 7, 2012 by

Summary

From the reviews we find online, Exchange Hair Plus have received complaints about long waiting times, hardselling and sometimes, unsatisfactory haircuts! Hence, we would worry and possibly hesitate about buying a coupon deal or hair package from Exchange Hair Plus.

 

 


17 Reviews


  1.  
    MyBadLuck

    It was my pure bad luck to have chanced upon this deal ”Only $35 for L’Oreal Xtenso Rebonding/Perming + Wash & Blow + FREE Scalp Analysis @ Plaza Sing & City Hall !! Option for Additional Shiseido Water Spa Treatment Available”
    I purchased the $45 deal which consist of Shiseido Water Spa. Unfortunately, when i arrived at the salon, i was not able to complete even this treatment!! They claimed that my hair was dry & unable to proceed to rebond it for me. They suggested a treatment , a so called ”BEST HOYU 3 STEP” treatment. During the hair treatment, I was being pushed to purchase Hair packages introduced by them, as BEST hair package, initially it was a $1588, thereafter, $5988! YES , it is a $5988 package & as claimed by the stylist, I could get to choose either a Samsung Note 3 or Lv wallet as a free gift. I declined to sign the package because I wasnt the least interested. However, I was being probed on WHY i do not want to sign the package & surrounded by 3 of the staffs , in total 4. They were very persistent even after I rejected their ”offer”. Luckily, I remained firm & not sign any of the packages & walked out of the salon. Having such a bad experience, I felt happy that i remained my stand & I WOULD NEVER EVER STEP INTO THIS SALON AGAIN!

    Review approved by Beauty Undercover




  2.  
    your vioce

    It was a lousy experience at Exchange Hair Salon, Plaza Singapura ,( $18 deal from deal.com.sg incl coloring & cut) .
    1. Staff are not warm and friendly enough . It take quite a while for someone went and greeted me after I stepped in
    2. Hair dresser is not customer-oriented but only interested in hardselling (which I shoud have prepared myself)
    3. Hair dresser pulled my hair very hard and used cold water to wash my hair
    4. Staff keeps chatting and laughing each other when they were supposed to blow dry cusomters’s hair .
    Nothing much to say. Think twice b4 u head down

    Do read this review with caution. Dear Reviewer, pls provide your actual email!




  3.  
    Siti NH

    Hi All

    I had the similar bad experience with Xchange hair plus at Plaza Sing last Sunday. Initially everything seems ok. From the phone call to make appointment to the entering of the salon on Sunday at 12.30. My appointment was told at 12 which I can make it but I came at 12.30. I thought that I would be ‘scolded’ for being late. But instead I have to wait to get the hair job wait for abot 45mins to 1 hr. Mine is $45 Streetdeal voucher of Rebond/Perm with Loreal Xpresso and Water Spa treatment with checking of Scalp.

    Within that 1 hr of waiting time, 2 of their people came to me to consult about my hair. They say that Loreal Xpresso product in that voucher is too strong for my hair. They say my hair is fine but damaged. And that product can cause more damage to my hair and they dont want me to blame them in case if damage. So, that guy say that my hair need before n after treatment with cut wash n blow n all with the cost of abt $200 i think. Off course la I say i dont have tat money to pay. I come because of the voucher what. That voucher seems USELESS USELESS since because of my hair condition I cannot use the product advertised in the coupun. Tat guy give me student price , he say total $150.

    Because I dying to get a new hairdo, so I say ok. The guy who is responsible for my hair is doing 2 hairjob at the same time. Also, the people there at first seems professional but when open mouth, I cant understand their English phrases. The guy who do my hair perm my hair too fast, like no passionate. Then say its digital perm. Digital perm just like tat?? When ready, i pay $150. Actually total $195 add up from the voucher. I am not satisfied with my hair I saw 1 side perm, and 1 side not perm. And the hairstulist say my hair is fine(maybe he mean thin) and hair at the top is flat and he initially claim perm will appear at the top. But DONT HAVE!! The perm is only from ear length downwards which I at first say I want the perm to be from the eye-length.

    Everything I want seems wrong. Everything they suggest and do. I am not satisfied with the hair becuase I find it now, after 1 time wash, my hair looks messier and frizzier than before.

    And pay so much!! $195 FOR A LOW QUALITY RESULT!

    What should I do? I want my money back!!

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  4.  
    purple

    Started my rebonding 11:30am.. guess what.. now its 4:30 and im still here.. service is so f***ed up and the most irritating part, staffs are all rude especially the guy in the counter wearing coat… Gosh.. I dont recommend anyone to do your hairs here!!! Terrible!!

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  5.  
    nur

    “Only $35 For Japanese Silky Color OR Creative Highlight + Shiseido Water Spa Treatment + FREE Scalp Analysis @ Plaza Singapura! (Worth $188)”

    I bought a coupon for $35 yesterday and booked an appointment at exchange hair plus to add highlights into my hair. The coupon also had water spa treatment along with it.
    When I called Exchange to book an appointment, I encountered the worst ever front staff service. when I asked if i could come early ie, 1pm, i was told that I can’t because they were fully book. The staff gave me a time (3pm) with a “take it or leave it” attitude. I told them that the earliest I could make it was 3.30pm, and he gave me a gruntle of displeasure and told me that its 3pm or nothing, rudely I might add.
    Undeterred, as I needed a highlight job badly, I came in to the salon.

    As I was seated, I told the staff that I wanted to have ash blonde highlights. He told me that it was not possible, due to my dark hair. He then wanted to sell me another brand of dye, a Japanese brand, for an extra $78.
    This means that on top of the $35 I have already paid, I needed to top up $78 more to achieve the look I want, making it $113 in total. THAT IS NOT A DEAL.

    the $35 package describes a “creative highlight”. that means that I should get my desired highlights for the price I paid. I would readily top up 20-40 dollars more, since the dye job is $78 but I would not top up $78 as that would mean my voucher will become completely OBSOLETE.

    I am in the process of securing my refund of $35, as it is a matter of principle.

    Review approved by Beauty Undercover




  6.  
    eljay

    “84% off L’Oreal Xtenso Rebonding/Perming + Shiseido Water Spa Treatment + Wash & Blow + FREE Scalp Analysis”; $45.00

    From 3pm to 7.10pm, this was a record. I never had myself sitting in a salon for 4 straight hrs. Salon was dirty, messy and the trash bin was overflowing. My friend complaint the cup that was served had a lipstick mark. (obviously it hadn’t been wash thoroughly or did they?)

    I told the lady who served me that I want soft rebonding and after looking at my hair she suggested a hair cut that cost $45 which I think was fine. But after the cut, she disappeared and came back with a paper, calculator and started telling me that soft rebonding is impossible with my exisitng package and recommended me with another type of rebonding with free treatment. (Shouldn’t you tell me in the first place before cutting my hair?)

    I was not comfortable with the idea at beginning but accepted it, considering that the existing package is not viable with my what I want. So in the end, I topped another $180.

    After ironing and 2nd treatment, she came back with a paper and calculator again, trying to promote their package; 30 sessions which cost abt $3.8k. I rejected her promptly, saying that I hardly visit salons and only cut my hair maybe once every 3 months. But she kept on pushing and nagging, saying that this is really a good deal and I could even share this with my friends. But still I say ‘I’m not interested” several times.

    She never gave it. (I applauded her spirit.) After 2nd treatment wash (last wash), while her colleague assisted to blow my hair dry slowly (the hair dryer air flow is switched to the lowest power) , she disappeared again and yes, you might have guessed it already; She came back with the same piece of paper and calculator to hard sell again. By now, I was really pissed off. I took off the coversheet and stormed to the counter for payment without drying my hair fully.

    I just want to voice out and share my experience with you and hopefully it you guys will benefit from it.

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  7.  
    rainbowcandy

    I’ve been a loyal supporter while they were still Hair de Exchange. When barbara (the lady boss) was still there all day everyday to handle her faithful clients.

    Things started to go downwards when they started their groupon deals. Everything was a mess.Clients that made appointment for the groupon deals had to wait because of the overwhelming response.

    And it went further down when she hired this few stylist, who couldn’t cut/style hair to save their lives, to start pushing for packages. Scalp treatment ranging from $1599-$2699 ?!
    If you decide not to take up their package, they will get a few more stylist to standby and PRESSURE you with their non-stop chanting about their package. I understand that it is their job to sell some of their products and services but if you can’t even give me a decent hair cut, how am I suppose to go back to you anymore?

    BTW, my last 2 hair cut were by this lady call “ah may”. And i asked only to have my hair cut STRAIGHT. from shoulder to chin length. No pattern, no funky style. JUST STRAIGHT SHORT. And she couldn’t cut them even.And blamed my hair for being too STRAIGHT.
    i requested for her to blow my ends curl. All she needed to do was use a bigger round comb and hot blow the ends. She blow once and told me that was the best she could do.
    I remember clearly barbara didn’t did such an awful job.

    The other boy who was non-stop pushing me to sign package, just keep harping on $1599. Followed by a chloe who soon enough sat next to me and carry on the $1599 chants.

    All in all, i wouldn’t go back anymore. In fact, a few of us loyal clients are dropping out. And some of them are disregarding the packages that they still have left over.

    Review approved by Beauty Undercover




  8.  
    Jane

    I bought a $25 StreetDeal voucher for hair colouring and had a very nightmarish experience with them that ended up with me going to another salon to fix the damage (recolour my hair) 4 days after having my hair badly coloured by Exchange Hair Plus! The hair at the top of my head was shiny with colour but the ends were coloured badly. The colour imbalance resulted in me looking as if the colour of the top of my head was my natural hair colour whilst those at the bottom of my hair ends were the dyed one.

    My poor hair was coloured twice in a span of 4 days and it is so dry now. Not to forget that I had to fork out more than $100 to fix the damage done by them! In total, I paid about $150 to colour my hair!

    To add, I booked an appointment with them more than 1 month ago, and when I turned up I waited for more than 2 hrs to be able to sit down to speak to the hair stylist who coloured my hair. It was not just me alone who had to wait for more than 2 hrs to be served. One girl who booked an appointment for her mum at the same time as me also waited for more than 2 hours, whilst the poor lady whose appointment was at 2pm ended up being served at 4:30pm!

    It was an ugly sight inside and outside of Exchange Hair Plus. The salon was overbooked and they still accepted walk-in customers. Initially, those who, like me, were made to wait inside the salon for their turn to colour their hair, sat on some seats and watched other people have their hair coloured. Because the 2 washing areas were fully occupied, we were asked to give up our seats to those who had their hair coloured and got to wait for their turn to have their hair washed, so that some others could take over their seats to have their hair coloured. Outside the salon, you could see angry people making a scene, and hear them scolding the hair stylists about the waiting time.

    My hair stylist (Jessie) told her colleague that she was hungry and wanted to go for a smoke, and asked him if he could help her with the colouring of my hair. Hence, I ended up having my hair coloured by 2 people at the same time. When they were done, she left for a smoke before coming back to me 15-20 mins later to wash my hair etc. I was in Exchange Hair Plus for about 3hrs but only about they only used 50 mins for my hair colouring and treatment and wash and blow! They were desperate to clear the backlog.

    In my opinion, the personnel are very unprofessional in their work and their customer service is terrible.

    Review approved by Beauty Undercover.




  9.  

    It’s funny that Singaporeans usually think that I’m a student, and I really feel flattered because they think that I’m younger than my real age. Haha! So to get rid of the student peg, and besides my friends say na hindi bagay sakin ang black hair dahil mukha akong mabait, I decided to have my hair colored.

    Exchange Hair Plus, Plaza Singapura

    I waited for almost an hour for my turn in the salon, ganun kadami yung tao! First step was application of the hair dye. I chose a reddish shade. After that, the hairdresser subjected my hair to this amazing heater.

    My hair was shampooed and conditioned. Next was the Shiseido water spa treatment.

    Finally, my hair was blow-dried and styled. Ang ganda diba??? ^__^

    Credits: This is a review obtained from a blog.
    Read the original blog article here.




  10.  
    Noobster

    Even not worth for a $18 Groupon hair treatment.

    Please don’t go there, even if you’re broke and desperately needing a hair treatment, a home-made hair mask using only egg yolks can be more satisfying. It was an unending negative experience. I try to summarise into 4 reasons:

    1. The hairstylists were very clumsy. The one who did my treatment squirted the treatment lotion on my hair casually that the liquid landed onto my face, my lips and my book. Could he have mistakenly thought he was bathing his dog? Also, another guy who washed my hair was so violent, I felt my head moving from side to side, hitting the basin. Only when I couldn’t take it anymore as it was really painful, I told him off.
    Gosh, I can’t imagine having my hair cut by them.

    2. the place was grossly unhygienic. The towels they used to wrap my head smelled as if it had been soaked in someone’s pool of saliva. The whole place was not done up properly, with visible pipes running around the whole place and walls roughly painted. the hair-washing area smelled musty, with cartons of goods stacked in a corner.

    3. the staff were overly pushy. The hairstylist who attended to me tried to talk me into buying a $199 package for 3 hair sessions, to which I said “No, thanks.” A while later, another guy who blew dry my hair did the hard-selling all over again.

    4. The hairstylists sport very trashy hairstyles and dressing. I have a very peculiar way of deciding whether a new salon is worth trying or not – through the attire of its own staff. How do you expect me to trust my hair in your hands when you can’t even have your hair, or your staff’s hair taken care of properly? Although there were a few, infact, 2, decent looking ones who did look fine to me; the rest had their hair either brightly dyed with exotic colour (white bangs, black long hair which is way to dry and coarse looking) and weird sense of dressing. If it wasn’t for Groupon, I would never walk into a salon like that.

    All in all, I should have done my homework before buying the Groupon voucher. However, I am so glad it was just a treatment, not hair cut or any chemical service. It could have been worse.

    Submitted Review Approved by Beauty Undercover




  11.  
    Steph

    I bought a S$60 coupon on Groupon for a perm at Exchange Hair Plus. I had a perm done around 3pm and finished at 6pm.
    Stylist vyi attended to me. I knew it wouldn’t turn out well coz I could practically smell the chemicals as they placed on my hair..
    I used to have really long nice and thick hair. Now it’s just a frizzy mess. I feel really bad about it.
    My hair is so damaged, I want to cry :( So slow with the blowdry too. Sigh~ never again…

    Submitted Review Approved by Beauty Undercover




  12.  
    Ace

    I also have same experience ,but let me tell u guy ,next time better don get cheapo offer from group buying ,don becos of any offer ,is better pay original price then they will serve better and do better,I will not purchase from those offer coupon any more ,my husband scold me ,where got cheap and good thing

    Submitted Comment Approved by Beauty Undercover




  13.  

    REVIEW: EXCHANGE HAIR SALON – STREETDEAL COUPON
    In my previous post, I blogged about purchasing a hair dye deal from Streetdeal.sg
    It was a

    $25 for Hair Coloring or Technical Highlights + Shiseido Water Spa Treatment + Wash + Blow (worth $230) at Exchange Hair Plus, Plaza Singapura

    went to dye it and am back for a review.
    I was apprehensive after I saw people blogging about its hard-selling.
    I was so prepared to say NONONONONO.
    Turns out, there wasn’t any.
    Perhaps it was due to my good luck?
    Anyway, booked the 1130am appointment and had my dye till 1.45pm.
    More than 2 hours!
    That’s because my hair is thick and long.
    FYI, I purposely chose a coupon that does not have restriction on hair length! :)

    When I entered the salon I was a bit scared.
    I was the first customer, and all the staff were wearing black plus doing their own hair.
    Waited for around 3 minutes before they attended to me.
    I thought they’d make me wait for a long time since I wasnt a full paying customer.

    The Good:
    My stylist is a really polite man.
    Asked him for an advise on which color suits me and he chose a few.
    I think I decided on a cooper brown one.
    The stylist keep checking on my hair, whether the dye was deeply absorbed.
    So I had to wait for quite a long time before the dye was done.
    Anyway,

    No hardselling.
    I was praying he don’t push me to the hair-scalp machine, because I’m not interested!
    Luckily he didn’t.
    The only thing he asked me to purchase was a $199 voucher deal, which entitles me to 3 rebond or hair dye process.
    I politely declined and they didnt say anything either (hope they don’t curse behind my back lol)
    Went out of the salon in a happy mood
    Plus I was so famished

    The Bad:
    I don’t really like it when I see stylist brush the chemical dye on my scalp, and he precisely did that.
    But I didn’t tell him la, just let him do his work.
    Anyway, I felt a little pinching pain on my scalp lor.
    Maybe the chemical a bit too strong for me.

    Another thing is the smell.
    OMG I am still suffering from the bad ammonia smell even after shampooing again!
    I guess the hair dye is a lousy one la, but I can’t complain much since its $25!
    The last time I had a bad hair dye smell was in Seoul.
    Previously when I dyed in Singapore salons (without voucher deals) it was okay.
    Not so bad smelling like today’s.
    Guess it’s true that the more you pay, the better quality you get.

    Anyway, the color on my hair isn’t really even.
    It is really light at the crown/top of my hair, and darker at the bottom.
    But never mind, I hope that the more I wash it, the more even it gets
    (does it make sense? lol)

    Overall, for the price I paid, and the after effect, I’d say the deal was a success.
    Plus, the location is so convenient, which is precisely why I chose this deal in the first place!
    They even gave me a $30 voucher for the next visit.

    Credits: This is a review obtained from a blog.
    Read the original blog article here.




  14.  
    fakefish

    hello all, anyone of u been to Exchange hair plus at plaza singapura? just to share my experience there.

    july – It was my first time there for (hair treatment+cut+blow+wash voucher). my experience there was no good. Initially i thought i just go for the voucher and that’s it. however, it’s not what i think.

    The moment i sat on the chair, the 1st thing the staff see is my scalp then started asking some qns regarding my hair, how often i wash, etc..
    After that ask me go over the scanning scalp area to scan my head.
    After scanning, she started to tell me i got oily scalp n a little dandruff. True enough the picture shows oily scalp as i washed my hair in the afternoon the day before. Then she started asking qns again and started promoting their oily scalp treatment from paris.. bleh bleh bleh.

    ok, after all that i decided to try out as sometime i feel my scalp itchy so i agreed to do the scalp treatment together with my voucher treatment. *knowning the scalp treatment is 128 for once*
    After all washing/treatment/cut done, she showed me my scalp again. It shows clean scalp with no dandruff, no oily scalp. Then she started again with promoting again. Saying i need to contiune with treatment and if i sign a package will be 588 consist of 5 session+2(free session)of treatment *so total is 7 session for 588* treatment include rebonding(will deduct 2 session), colouring, hair treatment then psycho-ing me that 1 time treatment is 84. so if today i sign the package, today’s oily scalp can be deducted 1 time in the package. will be worthy,etc. however, need to collect 288 first.
    then i tell them i need to consider.. tried to turn down in a nice way but failed.

    in the end i sign the package with them.
    so i use the package and did rebonding there. the end result is no good at all. my hair ends become frizzy & dry!!

    ps: I used to go Auntie Xiu Zhen to do rebond every 9mthly(been there 3-4 times) and my hair is always good except those new grown hair a little curly. but this time round, my hair is damaged in a salon and the staff say usually after rebonding must trim the ends abit so it’s not dry. i was like wtf?!

    alright, so today(sept) i did treatment with them again and i left with 1 session.(i wanted to faster finish the package and stop going there again). they started to psycho me again. this time round ask me buy 2988 package – 20 session treatment + 10 free. total:30 session, each session:99.
    then i tried telling them i nv bring money/i want to go home think about it n consider 1st /and i got financial probs. they keep thinking of ways and asking “y? what is the thing that u r considering/worried abt?” “i can ask my manager to reduce the price for u” “it actually very cheap” “money can earn back again” bleh bleh bleh..
    i kept quiet for awhile. they started asking again. hard selling of the package.. i got no choice and i say ok. if not i think i wun be able to leave the salon.

    Credits: This review is obtained from Flowerpod forums.




  15.  
    dreamgal0205

    This is really sad for u guys who have bought the groupon online which I am also one of them. They have really bad time management which I have waited for at least 1 hour.priority was given to clients who are already their existing clients or walkin where they are paying the original price instead of the groupon discounted price .

    When we feedback to the stylist they just say bluntly it was fixed in advance or on package. Magazine was also offered to old customers who are waiting the rest of the groupon customers u just waste your time and wait k !!! Just prepared to spend at least 1 hour on waiting even most of the groupon customers make the effort to step in early., I was sitting at the counter and looking At all the dismayed looks from all groupon buyers who actually change the appt or just sit there and wait .

    Credits: This review is obtained from Flowerpod forums.




  16.  

    First, upon reaching the place, she was asked to do a Lucky Dip. She picked up some $400 off hair treatment.

    Then she was asked to do a free scalp analysis. My Goddess was thinking why not, since it’s free, and she can take a look if the latest shampoo(es) that she’s using was better for her scalp. The lady claimed that she had her scalp too oily and wanted her to take up a scalp treatment package. Well, in the first place, I highly doubt if the analysis was accurate – this was taken in the evening, and my Goddess’ last wash was the night before. Tell me whose scalp will still be squeaky clean and dry after a hot lunch in the sun earlier? If they really want to do an accurate test, they should do it after her hair is washed. And so my Goddess declined after she tried to push for it twice. And then the lady was a little unhappy that she stood my stand.

    And so the lady ushered her to her seat, and made no mention of the lucky dip that she has won, and didn’t even offer her magazines to read. My Goddess couldn’t be bothered at all too. Just want to get her colour done and scram.

    The stylist that my Goddess was assigned to asked her what colour she wants to do, and her reply – “dark brown so that my roots won’t grow up obvious”. And he kept suggesting bright copper browns for her! So in the end my Goddess gave up and chose her own colour. The colouring was also from some unknown brand (not the usual Loreal, Shiseido, or even Wella). My Goddess was so worried that it will sting her scalp or stink her nose. Luckily it didn’t.

    The hair wash at Exchange Hair Plus was not a pleasurable experience at all too! First the water was too warm for my Goddess, then the water splashed on her face a lot of times, my Goddess even wondered if she’s doing her facial or hair colour. And the drying of her hair with a towel was the worst! Her hair was constantly pulled like she was engaged in a cat fight!

    And the place looked messy and dirty. They had cream coloured chairs which had some coloured stains on some place or another. There was dust above the pipes which was obvious when you are lying there to have your hair washed steamed and pulled and had nothing better to do. The phone signal sucks too, many a times you will get disconnected, so no FB at all during the whole time. This will be the last time my Goddess is stepping into the place even if there’s an attractive GroupOn voucher from them!

    Credits: This review is obtained from a blog.
    Read the original article here!




  17.  

    I made an appointment for 2 haircuts at 3.45p.m. today, a couple of days ago for Isaac and I. The sole purpose of making an appointment is that we do not have all the time in the world. Isaac has a class at 5.15p.m. Even though, it is not likely that the service can be started on the dot at 3.45p.m. but an hour would be sufficient for them to finish 2 haircuts. But I was so DAMN wrong!

    They started with Isaac and I had to wait first. But making a customer wait close to an hour before making an effort to show that you are going to cut her hair soon is totally UNACCEPTABLE! ! Come on! Are you David Gan? And such low productivity made me even wonder why they SHOULD survive?

    And the way things are done are so disorganized! Isaac had his wash, his cut then he had to wait. They didn’t put any conditioner on his hair and his cut wasn’t complete. So there he was waiting like his time is like the air that he breathes (i.e. abundant!) I was so so so PISSED!

    I couldn’t fathom why his haircut was halfway done and his hairstylist could go over to another customer and start cutting her hair! And did that customer came earlier than us? If she didn’t shouldn’t she be served later than me? And even if she did, she should have came in around the same time as us and don’t most salons practice giving priority to customers who made appointments? If making appointments doesn’t not have any benefit on its own, why do people make appointments?

    Hate that salon! And Isaac didn’t feel that his cut was good either. As for me, I was so pissed I told the person I do not have the time and I don’t want my haircut anymore. Why should I give my money to a salon that acts like she is the queen and should be waited upon by her customers. Especially since their skills are not that great!

    Credits: This review is obtained from a blog.
    Read the original article here!





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