3393 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30326
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Parking: Garage, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
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09/26/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I would put negative stars if I could.
I had to ask for a test strip of the 30 to make sure things would be OK.Without my permission (I was telling her not to BUT she did it anyway she had a glob of my hair in her hand so I couldn't exactly run away)she stuck 40 developer in my hair. She then left me. the other stylist had to go get her to get her to wash it out of my hair. She got dye on my neck and my hand and I asked her three times for a rag get it off. She did not get a rag - I had to wait until a another front desk person came back into the salon part and I asked him. He want and got a rag for me before she did. The strip of 30 was fine. BUT before applying it to my whole head she mixed the 30 with the 40 and did not add more violet. The color we were working with was a red and I asked her to add violet to get it to be eggplant, which was the same color I had asked for in the beginning.The colors was too light she did not have any other clients scheduled but she would not fix my color. When she went to shampoo me, I mentioned that last time it was dry and pointed to a gentler (moisture rich) shampoo and said could you use that she did not say yes or no . She did nod yes though. Then when it came time to shampoo me, she did not sure that shampoo. Instead her hands went for the same drying one she used last time. I asked her not to and she argued with me saying it's all redken products there all good and she refused to use the shampoo I wanted. I believe her name is Ashan. She, again, left me neck covered in shampoo and I had to rinse myself out (she then stuck my dripping wet hair back on my clothes without covering it with a towel). She refused to blow dry my hair. A walk in client cam in and she took them while I sat around waiting for my hair to dry. The front desk guy came in and said you guys have no appointments (her and the other stylist that is) for the rest of the day so you can go, unless you want to stay. They decided to close the salon early. Yet she would not spend time to dry my hair or to fix the color. She said violet is a type of red. I wanted EGGPLANT. EGGPLANT is not a type of red. the strip with developer of 30 was not very red looking. her mixing it with 40 messed everything up. My hair came out red.
It was unprofessional, rude, and miserable. I want a refund or to see another stylist and have them fix my hair. It is a robbery to have paid for such horrible mistreatment and neglect. While I was there another stylist also acted rather unprofessionally- he had styled a woman's hair, went to grab hairspray and instead added an oil (like, for Afros) on her hair- he had to wash and style it over again. It was like being inside of some horrible joke with people off the streets pretending to be able to style hair.
THIS PLACE IS A NIGHTMARE TO DEAL WITH. the eye doctor is lovely - very sweet and very good. the people that work there though are an absolute nightmare and are rude. try getting your prescription released to 1800 contacts - good luck! expect much back and forth, and rudeness the entire time. stay away from this place - stay far far away.
10/11/2007Provided by Citysearch -
my friend and i went to the lenox macy's on a tuesday. the store was almost empty of shoppers so i was surprised to find that although we spent at least 45 minutes in the women's clothing and shoe departments, not one employee offered to help us or spoke even a word of greeting to us. maybe we were invisible!
i won't purposely shop there again.
11/02/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Back when it was still Rich's, they did a very smart thing, and built a separate store for Men. Even today with the name change to Macy's, it's still like going to a specialty men's store. You can find any priced garmets, from designer to house brands. And some of the old Rich's staff remains, and they are terrific. We like the Polo Boutique, as well as Nautica, and up to the top floor, for Macy's own brands. Grab a cup of Starbucks at The Men's Store entrance, and do your own make-over for the day. Let the wives, girlfriends, or whatever, go do their own thing. 11/27/07 Update. The Lenox location of Macy's, has the largest and greatest selection of Men's Neckwear, any where. From Eagle to Nautica/Tommy Hilfiger, and Macy's own brand, ClubRoom. Whatever the occasion, I know I can depend on Macy's/Lenox for my neckwear needs.