Third Party Reviews

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CC 3. | August 04, 2018 |

"Who owns this franchise? This is a revolving door of hairstylists that can only indicate two things. The company treats its employees like dispensable minimum wage dogs, or the owner treats them like ______! As a rather loyal customer to the chain I have lost all hope in it and I refuse to blame it on the stylists. This is corporate ineptness and marketing cult behavior. On my last visit 3 weeks ago I stood in the doorway waiting almost 20 minutes for a cut while there was not one other customer in the joint. As I occupied myself patiently on my phone 2 hairstylists listened intently but terrified to the 3 corporate managers and the owner lecture them on "best practices". How the MVP up-sell was crucial to the business profits and conditions of their employment. Both staff members nodded in hesitant agreement to the scripted blabber while occasionally glancing over at their one and only customer. Everyone could clearly see me waiting, getting progressively agitated. I finally decided I had enough after 20 minutes and proceeded to leave. One of the Clippie Clan in matching logo shirts and clipboard asked me if I needed a cut to which I simply replied, "Sorry, rcustomers come first and clearly you are the ones not paying attention". By the time I got to my car the owner (?) ran out and offered me a free haircut. Unfortunately much too late."

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Paul Waters | July 27, 2018 |

"Not enough peopl to cut hair. Do not go here at 20 min to close they send you away"

5
David Q. | July 28, 2018 |

"It's a nice place to go and get the basic men's haircut as that's what they usually do at these places that have a brand name logo. They got lot's of sports channels playing on their television sets while your either waiting or getting the haircut. They wash your hair and rinse it out. Not sure about women getting a haircut unless they are into getting a short haircut style like the men who does get that certain look style. They will take you with and without an appointment. I was given free cards to pass out to recommend the one who had cut my hair and yes I liked it, even that I wanted more shorter, but they didn't have the machine to do so. You will get a free haircut after so many going back to the same person who had cut it for you. The haircuts prices are so and so reasonable if you earn a lot of money and willing to spend for all the things that they do for the haircut you want while wanting to watch your sports channels as they will change it to your current sports your into.. That's right, you won't miss a football or baseball game as all you got to do is ask if they can put your current play game on their television sets and just enjoy it while you are waiting until called or getting the haircut ."

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Jay T. | July 26, 2018 |

"I've been in this store for about an hour. I walked in around 4pm and there was one customer with one stylist. The second stylist was not available - nor did I know anyone else was here. After the stylist who greeted me finished with her customer she then alerted myself and the gentleman before me that she would be leaving. There had been one check-In online ahead of the one person waiting and myself - he didn't show up until 15 min after 4. They put him in front of me. The stylist that was unavailable who I never saw was apparently with a customer working on a fade that took over a half hour. I never heard them and was very confused as to where they were for about 40 min? If it takes her that long to work on one persons fade than I can't imagine how long it would take her to cut my hair let alone the dude in front of me. The stylist that is currently working is carrying on a conversation and is taking her time and the stylist who greeted me continues to tell myself and everyone that she's working off the clock to assist. The customer who is in front of me, Timothy, checked in online at 3:45pm. Only one person was with the current stylist since that time. This is a waste of my time and everyone else's time. It's now 5:05 pm. A mom and her son that came in after me already walked out before me. I've decided to leave."

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W M | July 12, 2018 |

"Decent enough place."

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Jonathan R. | June 16, 2018 |

"Terrible haircut. I was waiting for nearly an hour when there was a mixup with the line since the POS system was out. The lady who cut my hair was nice but it was her second day on the job and my haircut came out uneven."

5
Kevin K. | January 26, 2018 |

"This is my regular haircut spot and I will continue coming back. After checking in during a busy time, I left to run errands only to return and find out that my name had already been called. Tam recognized that I had previously checked-in and still saw me as soon as she could. She turned the bad mood I was in into a good one and gave me a haircut that will keep the ladies swiping right (I hope!!) Tam, you're the MVP."

5
FiatDuster | May 15, 2018 |

"This place is next to a 7-Eleven and is surprisingly never busy when I come. The girl who cuts my hair there is called Tam. She's very nice has a pleasant personality and does a good job."

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Michael Ude | May 11, 2018 |

"Would be 5 star if the person at the counter didn't give my dog a hard time. No reason for it."

5
Rick S. | April 06, 2018 |

"What's there not to say about a FREE HAIRCUT and how Sport Clips earned it. There's a "Free MVP Haircut" coupon that gets sent in mailer packs to residents of the South Bay Beach Cities that offers that Free Haircut. Usually, folks are reluctant and think there's either upsells, or strings attached. Have No Fear! The coupon is legit and welcomed. It's only good once for 1st Time Customers, so, once you get one and use it, you've gotten your free experience and are ineligible to use that Free Haircut coupon again in the future, which makes sense, since what business not being a charity, can operate giving free haircuts? You simply can call them up, see if they're busy, show up, bring the coupon, bring your valid photo ID, sign up (phone and/or email) to get into their system/database, and you get a free haircut. For men with simple needs, it's about a 30 minute experience. The MVP treatment gets you a hot towel and massage. The manager, TAM, welcomed me, processed me into the system and cut my hair. She has a charismatic personality, and socially friendly. I think if I come back again as a regular customer, I'd entrust Tam to cut my hair again and always. If you use the coupon, it's totally free, no fees... but I'd suggest you leave a cash tip of gratuity since the haircut is roughly a $30 value. Parking is rather easy and this shares the same lot as 7-Eleven and an Amigos Tacos Mexican Restaurant, tucked away, but easy to find, on Artesia before you reach Sepulveda or the McDonalds coming up from Hawthorne/Inglewood/Aviation."