Jake is the absolute BEST stylist I have seen. Lunatic is edgy yet upscale. Scalp massage included in shampoo is nearly orgasmic (not to be gross). Jake is the only stylist I have seen at this location but I would recommend him to anybody. He is truly talented, so much so he makes it look effortless and before you know it your done. Park City locals receive a discount
Brian Pearce is the best! I had an excellent experience and would strongly recommend him to any and all. He gave me a great cut and a wonderful color. The deep condition was amazing, my hair feels so healthy! He knew exactly what I wanted and did an amazing job. My hair looks seriously sick! The salon is light and airy, friendly staff, great atmosphere. I can't say enough great things about my salon experience. I love my new hair and am now officially loyal Fringe customer. Ladies of Park City, you need a little Brian in your life. See the difference a great stylist can make :) Thanks Brian!
Posted: 5/18/2011Provided by Citysearch -
To go ""Lunatic"" has become a part of my everyday vocabulary and I am proud to say I have converted many others to enjoy the Lunatic experience. Growing up in the city and getting my hair done at Tony and Guy I was frustrated living in Park City as I could never find any salon that could compare. I ended up hearing about Lunatic Fringe and would drive down to the 7th east location to get my hair done. I was thrilled when Lunatic opened in Park City and enjoy every minute of my time there....as a friend says, ""Lunatic brings a little more happiness to my life"". I have always had positive experiences from the scalp massage, to the amazing blow out. This is one of the few places in the world who has ever been able to round brush with perfection. It is also obvious that training is an important part of the stylists lives as they are competent and I would trust anyone staffed there to do my hair. Love it!!
Posted: 4/4/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I didn't like it.
I went in for a cut and highlight. Paid $180.00 for both, plus tips.
The person who did my hair didn't have much experience. The highlights were ok, the cut, terrible.
I think for the price they charge, I was expecting more than just a ""chain"" type of service.
Posted: 3/19/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Lunatic Fringe Park City should be viewed as the most trustworthy salon in Utah. The stylists really listen to what you want and are able to deliver just that! The salon provides an atmosphere that feels professional, peaceful and comfortable. They are able to carry this off because they have some of the most confident and talented people in the business all under one roof.
Posted: 3/16/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I have been in Utah for three years now and I haven't been very impressed by the salons. my friend recommended Lunatic Fringe and I liked her cut and color so I tried it out. I felt like I was in LA again. Everyone was really nice and upbeat and the salon itself was really clean. My hair looked better than it ever had and my stylist taught me how to do my hair so that I can make it look the same at home. The color was amazing and it hasn't faded at all, The cut was exactly what I wanted and then some. Thank goodness for Lunatic Fringe. I left the salon feeling great and I have never had so many compliments on my hair.
I should have known not to take an appointment with whoever was available, but I was desperate for some root coloring. I got an appointment with a darling young girl who, three painstaking hours later, had turned my tropical golden blonde hair into a dull mousy brown with deep dark died roots. It looks like I dumped a bottle of a very wrong shade of blah on my head. I seriously would have been far better served to have gone to RiteAid and purchased a $9 bottle of Clairol. I've lived all over the world, in a lot of places where people don't have my color hair, and it's NEVER been as messed up as Lunatic Fringe did it. To her credit, the stylist realized it looked horrendous and offered to have me come back today to fix it. But of course I was still charged $150 to look like a doormat with a tattooed ring around my hairline. I went back today with limited time available. A senior person tried to do what he could in an hour...and it STILL looks terrible. Dull, drab, ash-brown, with roots so dark, they are purple-ish. So NOW I have to come back for another three hour stint to have them correct the original bad 'do. Who has SEVEN HOURS to spend getting their hair done???? And until they can find time to fit me in, I need to attend my meetings and fund-raising event and greet my sister who hasn't seen me for 6 months looking like some washed-out dull mouse. Thank you, Lunatic Fringe. (If they fix it, I'll write another review to let you know. Until then, do NOT go to this salon to get your hair color done unless you have serious time to waste while they get it right.) P.S. Three days later, as I'm getting over the shock of the color...I've realized I also got the worst haircut of my life by the same gal! She essentially gave me the world's longest shag hair cut. It's AWFUL. Bottom line: I went to Lunatic Fringe looking for a beauty lift--a little color at the roots, a light trim of my locks--and instead I got a beauty bummer. Instead of feeling great, I feel ugly. NOT what a ""beauty"" salon is supposed to serve up to its clients. I should mention that everyone at the salon HAS been very nice and accommodating, which is small consolation for having to walk around looking like this, but it does ease the ugly a bit. SEVERAL DAYS LATER (this thing won't let me write a separate review): Jared set me up: had the staff fawn all over me while he fixed the 'do-gone-wrong of the above review. It took hours, but I am thrilled with the result and grateful for the willingness of the salon to fix the fugly mistake. No additional charge and a nice little gift bag to boot. I appreciate anyone who apologizes for wrong-doing and Lunatic Fringe not only apologized, they fixed it 100% with grace and class. Thank you! Probably the best take-away here in this review for you reading it is to ask ahead of time who has expertise in color. Jared certainly does and I'm sure others at the salon do, too.