Had a great clips haircut coupon for $5.99 so i tried great clips out.
First thing was the location drawing on the postcard was wrong. I almost gave up thinking they went out of business. Looking across this plaza to the south i spotted the great clips sign. Found a place to park and went in. The barbershop was empty other than two stylists.
The next part has to do with possible identity theft and certain privacy rights. The 1st stylist asked for my phone number. Thinking about all the annoying robocalls that i receive daily i refused to give my number. I'm walking in for a haircut - not a doctor's office where they require personal confidential information. She asked for my name (i gave here an alias) and she typed it in her computer, probably a great clips database of some sort.
So a second stylist (Kara possibly an alias) escorts me to her station and i told her take an inch off the top and trim it up all the way around. What i got was a "Three Minute" whack job that looks like crap! She didn't even shave my neck. Also worth noting, Karla's state license was on the lower left of her mirror and was obscured by something sitting on her workstation. Disgusted i paid and left great clips.
Actually i have a good barber that takes his time and always makes my hair look great. But i fell for a too good to be true coupon offer. Do yourself a favor avoid Great Clips! There are many barbers (like the one i have) that does great work and appreciates the return business.
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