4451 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027
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I waited 40 mins...it wasnt even that busy..all i wanted was a fade..lets just say i got a bad cut. When i went to go pay i notice several of the caucasian customers all paid less than $20...I was charged $30! When i had a similar cut. I think they only cater to caucasians so if you're a minority i highly DONT recommend this place theyll rip you off and give you a careless cut..So in other words theyre over priced, races and awful quality cuts. Im never going back.
09/09/2009Provided by Citysearch -
So I was looking to change barber shops for sometime. I did my online research and found Rudy's close to my home which I liked. But when I started reading reviews from other sites they were mostly negative. I thought how bad could it be. One reviewer talked about get charge for a shampoo with his hair cut. It must have been the first time he had received a hair cut in public. Yes they did offer the shampoo, but I turned it down cause my hair was fresh and clean already. I took pictures and talked to the stylist. I have had two different people cut my hair there. They both did a good job and made suggestions and the end result I was happy with. The barber shop can always be a little nerve wrecking, Rudy's is no different. Great location and trained stylist. Shouldn't expect more.
02/24/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have been going to Rudy's Silverlake for 2 years now and have had many stylist do my hair. Some are good and some are alright. Two months ago I started going to Tipton, He is awesome! the best haircut I have ever had! He has over 20 years experience and it shows. So you see , it is not about Rudy's, it is about the person you go to. Rudy's,, you are lucky to have such a great stylist doing Great haircuts for such a cheap price, people take advantage and get a great haircut from a great artist.
02/04/2009Provided by Citysearch -
It's usually a decent cut, but service is poor and comes with a lot of attitude. It's irritating since they are cutting hair, not performing brain surgery. One stylist told me that she hated it there. Another tried to overcharge me. The overcharger first told me that the $5 shampoo was ""manditory."" She backed off when I told her that I wanted that confirmed by management. She then tried to charge me for a long cut instead of the short cut, which is what I had. Still, I've never had to wait more than 15 minutes and the cuts I've received are good to very good.
01/28/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I didn't have a hair over 3 inches on my head and somehow I walked out $32 in the hole after tip. I don't care how nice you are, but don't toss me in a chair and start shampooing because ""I had product in my hair."" Just buzz and trim and be done with it. I was on my way to the gym for crying out loud. I assumed the cut would cost $15, instead it was double. My drunken uncle could cut my hair just as well.... I'm an athlete, not a movie star. Treat me like one.
12/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I usually go to a cute chick in the Santa Clarita Valley who charges about $60. Being a student with zero income, I thought it was worth it to try Rudy's which costs only $30 to cut (not shampoo) my long hair. It wasn't. The guy who cut my hair was somewhat clumsy with his scissors, and didn't cut much at all. Although, whatever he did trim, turned my great haircut that had grown out into a really mediocre look. I love layers and bangs (ie: hipster 'do's) but he kinda just made me look like a character from Friends in the 90's. Hate to shout you out like this but, sorry Kevin. Avoid him. Def going back to my regularly priced stylist.
10/31/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Unless you really want a hipster, uneven, pomo thing with your hair. These people honestly don't have solid hair cutting skills and it seems to be more about the interior design and ""cool vibe"" of the place. Also they have no personality whatsoever and seem kind of angry all the time. I guess that's part of the whole hipster package, but they put that stuff ahead of doing a good job. Avoid.
08/14/2008Provided by Citysearch -
As a first timer (and last) at Rudy's I should have known immediately by looking at my disinterested stylist that I was in big trouble. She was as imaginative as a clipper wielding barber at Camp Pendelton and was clearly not keen on understanding what I wanted. At first glance Rudy's is a fun, place. I was very happy that I wasn't charged--which may speak to the kindness of management--but I caught a negative vibe from it's arrogant staff. Go to Shorty's instead on Fairfax.