The best barbers in NYC, exceptional customer service. The barbers have perfectedthe art of cutting and styling. My barber Hugo is an incredible hair stylist! Best,Terry J W
481 8th Ave Room 623New York, NY 10001
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I possibly got the worst and the most expensive haircut ever from Bart. His services are overpriced and he’s totally arrogant. Bart does not pay attention to what you tell him and does whatever he feels like. He completely screwed up my haircut and I had to go to another barber to fix the mess that Bart created. I have been going to this place for the past five years, but noticed that the last two years the quality of the haircuts and the service has declined noticeably and the prices have increased simultaneously. There are plenty of great barber shops in the area which give great haircuts. Very disappointed with Bart.
Used to see Bella, tried someone else and got really disappointed.They changing barbers every day, but if Bella is there you are safe, otherwise lots of barbershops around
Tereza the manager has 0 customer service Used to be Great barbers near midtown east, not anymore One thing is good I received an amazing skin fade hair cut by Bella.
Белла хорошо стрижет мужские стрижки в к другим садится не советую
Agree with a previous reviewsBella is great barber when she is there
Last time i was there it was a great experience, today disappointed Hard to make an appointment with Bella after 5
Edited: not happy with the way they manage this placeBella is still the best Master Barber in Manhattan midtown east area the rest is a big joke
Bella is good with haircuts for men, skin fades, cut and style etc.. the rest of barbershop is big bs
Randi, seemed slightly abrupt on the phone at first, but then she became more approachable as the conversation went on. However, I decided to give her a try as I never "wrapped" my locs (which she highly recommends, no wonder, as it costs a whopping $200), and I was fairly new to locing (only had my locs in then about a year). When I arrived I noticed and was slightly apprehensive to find she had her surly girlfriend in the wings upon your entering her establishment. I felt a little like I was being slanted against, before she ever got to see, or know me. I am glad my teenaged sons came with me, one waited in the car and the other escorted me in. Once I felt safe enough I had them both to wait in the car. Randi and I then had our consult which again seemed a bit obnoxious, but I always give person time to show who they really are. Therefore; I saw her every three months for about a year, and over time she showed her character, and it was not one I would aspire to, or recommend associating with. On occasion we talked, and she would indicate some of her troubles (we all vent). (But 'Karma'; if you follow that sort of thing, which I don't, but in this case I couldn't help but say, "hmmmm maybe", being the person you are is attracting pain and difficulties into your life, Randi.) Let's talk about Randi the person: On one of my visits I asked her to allow me to leave a very small but really "cute" advertising box for my Mary Kay business in her shop (which she said she wouldn't mind). However, upon my return for my regularly scheduled appointment she explained that the cleaning lady might have thrown it out?! Lol. The way my 'facial box' looks, and where she had placed it in her shop, this could not have been mistakenly discarded. She threw it out herself, or She told the cleaning lady to do so. So not nice, I would even say mean!Now, let's talk about Randi the loctician: I won't lie when you leave your hair looks okay (nothing to rave about, but I was fairly new to locs at the time); and well, this wrapping thing does takes care of the frizzies. But "wrapping", doesn't deal with caring for the health of your hair. And before you come for each appointment you have to wash your hair?!; that really threw me, I mean isn't that part of the service a loctician is to provide for a client (especially at $200 a pop)?, but as I said I gave her a shot. Randi's seems to be a person who is self-centered, crude, shallow, and even a bit hostile. I have never returned, and never will. I certainly advise against stepping into her "dungeon", much less sitting in her chair. To say her hair care skills are lacking is generous at best. If there was anyway to rate her a (-)5 I would have.Sigh ... what a waste of time and money, I trusted you Randi ... REALLY?! You did nothing for my hair .... NOTHING!If you love your locs and need a good loctician?, it's definitely not Randi, don't do it to yourself. Run ... hide!I wish the best to whomever reads this, love always