So you would think with a name like Hair Drezzers on Fire, the place would be gay friendly right? If not completely gay? LOL
No it is not.
I started to go there about a year ago when I moved to San Diego and was pleased with the haircuts from Sarah Vaughn.
Today, I was in a pinch and needed a haircut, I made an appointment online with JT Gordon who is one of the few stylists there that also cuts men's hair. I got a call about 2 hours before my appointment by the salon manager saying that Sarah had shared information about me to JT, and he did not feel comfortable cutting my hair. WTF ???
Was it the fact that I was a young gay doctor who thought he was cute? Is that a reason to refuse to cut someones hair?
The manager said she could book me sometime next week with Sarah, but honestly after being refused a "haircut" for being "gay" or who knows what else, I decided to never go back there and spread the word about the these people.
The other reason this place deserved 1 star is the haughty attitude with ikea design. They are in the middle or Normal Heights and had a place slapped together like a college dorm. If you are going to be paying $55 dollars for a haircut, at least make the place nice.
Am I bitter? Yes, have never been really felt discrimination in San Diego until I went there. Funny with a name like "Hair Dressers on Fire" you would think Normal Heights Pride was based out of there.