WARNING!!! A stylist at this location is a xenophobe. If you are from the Middle East she will profile you and make you out to be a terrorist. This comment was found VIA Facebook on a a Peachtree City Page ( Life in the Bubble) Sport Clips Corporate is being contacted since she is portraying Sport Clips as a company that profiles individuals who are not her skin color or backgrounds. Tara Fuller Lehman: Probably were Beth! I know for a fact, there are loads of young Pakistani men living in the PTC area & are 'learning to fly'. I use to work w/ Tracey Sosebee Sowers in the Braelinn Village area, we're stylists. The guys travel in groups wearing backpacks & frequently had their hair cut w/ us. At one point, I asked where 'they' were from & why 'they' were in PTC. My client answered they're from Pakistan, not to work but 'learning to fly'. How bout this took place the week of the Boston Marathon bombing... JS
229 Market Place ConnectorPeachtree City, GA 30269
From Business: The classic American barbershop for the 21st century man, at Roosters Men's Grooming Center in Peachtree City, we believe you deserve to have a space of your own …
1265 N Peachtree PkwyPeachtree City, GA 30269
From Business: Supercuts hair salon in Peachtree City at Kedron Village offers a variety of services from consistent, quality haircuts for men and women to color services--all a…
Friendly atmosphere, got a great cut, awesome staff! This was a great experience all around and I am definitely going to come back here.
I actually really love getting my hair done here. The people are very friendly and do a great job with listening to what you want done with your hair. Gina does a really great job with color and its not super expensive
Purely amatuer, Here's a "Heads Up" for this salon, if you're into poorly constructed hairstyles from 1987 and untrained stylists then this is the place for you. I went in for a simple hair cut and left completely butchered,just horrible.
I went in for my first visit with a coupon I received and was not offered anything besides the haircut (hot towel, neck massage, etc). The 'stylist' ignored my requests for how to cut my hair and cut it how she had said she would want to after I had made it clear I didn't want the particular style, and continued to shorten my hair length after I said it was too short. She used an electric shaver to cut way too much of my hair and did no layering and barely used scissors. Then at the end when it was apparent what a poor job she had done she attempts to mask it by putting this horrible product in my hair to keep it in the position she arranged. Horrible haircut, equally as awful service in regards to listening to what I wanted and having the respect to do it instead of the simple, standard, first day of cosmetology school Caesar cut that does not match my head. Oh and I didn't appreciate being made to feel like they didn't believe I was a first time customer. P.S.- I can't believe I actually let someone who talked to me about how she didn't understand how basketball worked touch my hair