Buyer beware. When I went here, my hair was very short, like a boy cut. I had just moved from Washington, DC, where I'd gone to Vidal Sassoon in Tyson's Corner, VA. Being new to town, I called around to find a new salon. The first thing they told me on the phone was that they styled the hair of the Bronco Cheerleaders. Well, that should have been my first clue, since I had the anti-thesis of cheerleader hair (My cut was like Jenny Shimizu's 90s-Calvin Klein Ad-hair style). Nonetheless, I figured that this meant they had good experience and knew what they were doing. Sadly, after one hour in the chair, my short hair was butchered and I looked like a toddler had been let loose on me with a pair of scissors. The poor stylist had no idea what she was doing. Amidst the horror of my own butchered hair, I felt total pity for the stylist because she was in tears. Shocking since this salon seemed to have a good reputation. They had to call this guy over with the barber shop buzzer, and just gave me a "number 3" or whatever (I don't know what number they put it on, but they buzzed away--the type of cut I could have gotten at a barber shop for $12). Anyway, it was a shocking experience at a supposedly well-renowned salon. I regret paying and tipping, but she did, after all, spend over an hour "trying" and by that point, I just wanted to get OUT. I've never gone back. Maybe they just know how to do big hair.
Cons: With a salon that is supposedly supposed to have a good rep, they put a fresh-out-of-school, inexperienced stylist on the floor.