Bellevue >Regis Salons
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. Haircuts, color, perms, texturizing and finishing services; products include private-label, Paul Mitchell, Bed Head, Biolage, Sebastian and more. Free consultation.
I went for the first time last year on short notice and got TABITHA.
i had very flat hair and asked for something that would give me more volume.
she did, and it worked better than i imagined.
I've gone to her for the rest of the whole year,
and she listens well, but i never can get back to the original haircut i knew and loved.
I would suggest going though... I've been to many haircut places so, i recommend this.
Awesome service - ask for Linda!.
So, I always go in on a hairdo with short notice, and have visited Regis on several occasions with awesome results and a few different stylists. I noticed, however, that I seemed to have a better rapport with one lady in particular - Linda the manager. Mind you, she charges more than the others do, but I've never been disappointed by what she does with my hair!
My initial visit with her ended with a recommendation for a product to make my scalp stop itching - something that had been bothering me for WEEKS due to the dry weather. I was so relieved when she found me something that worked!!
I'm a pretty non-committal person, and it usually only takes one bad experience to make me change stylists or salons, so for me the experience has been good. The only negative, which really isn't negative, is that she may try to press for a darker colour than you want. No biggie; I used to be a bright blonde & am now a semi-blond with brown streaks, which suits my colouring better anyway, but isn't what I'm used to.
For the whole 3-color weave, deep condition, cut, style etc. it was around $210. If you've got the dough to spend, I'd say go with her.
I felt the stylists at Regis are UNPROFESSIONAL and SLOPPY!.
I went to get my hair dyed, but got my ears and face (and I'm not just talking about around the edges, no, I had a line from my temple to my chin!) dyed in the process too.
The stylist was unconcerned and told me the stain would go away in a day or two.
I explained to her that I would be meeting up with people latter that day, and would prefer to not look like a clown. She nodded, and then went to go on my "streak" that she was going to foil. She pressed my hair covered in dye against my ear and face, pressed the foil on it and then went on to foil my hair!
I told her I didn't feel comfortable with her continuing and I wanted to get the dye out of my hair. She washed it out, asking if I wanted to have my hair styled, and as I looked in the mirror, I let her know I'd much rather clean up the dye off of my face!
When I was done, I was given my coat and a charge for $65 dollars!
I was outraged, so I asked to talk to the manager, and she told me I was lucky she didn't charge for the foil!
Now, I'm not a country bumpkin. I've had my hair professionally done before. And every time, when they mistakenly dyed my skin instead of my hair they would clean it up immediately.
Later, I found out that they had botched up an old coworker's hair so bad, she cried!
Take my advice, don't go there. The chances of you having a dramatic experience is far too great.
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