I loved this place. I went there Sunday the day before school and I felt overwhelm with the hospitality. They made me and my family feel great. They had food and music and gave us free school supplies. I just love when business gives back to the community. They were all great barber with a great attitude. KC did a great job on my nephew. My nephew just moved here from Florida and was looking for a great barber and I'm glad he found one. WE willdefinitely come back.
3410 Buford Dr Ste G420Buford, GA 30519
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Do not take your children to this shop! Every time I take my kids there, these women are mean and stern towards my 5 year old son. He's gotten hair cuts from both ladies in the shop, and they are both the same. I have also heard the same from other parents who have taken their kids to this shop as well. They expect a 5 year old child to sit completely still and not move. I took my son, who is autistic there. He has sensory issues, and the clippers bother him, which makes him tense a bit while being cut. But by no means was he "moving" around, making noise, or sliding down in the chair to the point of preventing his hair to be cut. I told the barber that he had sensitivities to the clippers, but she continued to scrape his scalp, and had no regard for what I had said. Her comments were that there was nothing she could do about it. After the haircut was completed, she advised me to find a barber shop that he felt comfortable with, and continue to take him there. The only reason I came back to this shop was because the unusual barber shop that I take him to is very busy on a Friday evening, and I didn't have enough time to wait. This shop had no one there, on a Friday evening, which speaks volumes to their customer base. I have never had a barber from my regular shop say anything about him making it difficult to cut his hair, and he's been in the chair much longer than he was for her cut.My child has come a long was since his first haircut, of which he could hardly stay in the chair, and I am VERY proud of him. Upon leaving, he asked me if he could have a lollipop from the full jar that was sitting on the counter. Taking the opportunity for him to work on social skills, I instructed him to walk over to the barber, say 'excuse me' and ask for one of the lollipops. She looked at him and said "no you can not, those are for big boys who can sit still." My heart sank to the floor for him. Again, I was very proud of him because he did not cry or melt down, which is very common with autistic children. We walked out of the shop, and I told him that he had done a great job, and we discussed how the barber was not very nice to him. I still get tears in my eyes when I think about it. They do not have to worry about me ever going there again.
Tonya is not kid friendly and very unprofessional. She doesn't make eye contact or try to make the child fee at ease. She is very rude and pefers to only cut older people hair. Daniella is very kid friendly and professional. I would not recommend Tonya for kids, but rather Daniela
Worst place to go. Extremely poor customer service, the owner is ultra-aggressive and rude. Only went once, I was charged twice because I didn't explain to her liking what style I wanted to cut my hair.
I took my 15 year old son to this barber shop and had the worst experience in customer service. I walked out in disbelief for how we were treated the minute we walked in the door. Very unprofessional and the worst part was my children witnessed and recognized it.
Bill and Deb run a classy Barber shop, with a friendly and inviting atmosphere. the enterior is filled with lots of great antiques. I've been going to them for 40 years. I drive from Atlanta, just to get the best haircut ever!