“Stylist-dependent, generally fine”
The Hair Masters shop, owned by Regis, in Woodinville has a nice ambience, especially after their remodel several years back. Each stylist is almost...
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The Hair Masters shop, owned by Regis, in Woodinville has a nice ambience, especially after their remodel several years back. Each stylist is almost like her own business, and customers tend to be very loyal. There's a reason for this: each stylist is very different.
I've had good and dreadful haircuts at Hair Masters. If you find a stylist you like the work of, stick with her. There are two I find good, both are pretty busy, and one of the two is incapable of being on time for anything, ever. That can be annoying. But these two do a good job, remember the details and even think to trim my eyebrows when they feel it's necessary.
The prices are very good, less than Great Clips for a men's cut with shampoo. (At Great Clips, the shampoo is not included in the cut.) Attitude is pretty good. If you're into hearing dish, the largely female staff gets pretty raunchy to each other.
If you're a guy and get your hair colored, my experience is (was) you're better off at Gene Jaurez in Bellevue, which has a "camoflague" package of cut-plus-color in their dedicated men's salon. But that's pricey. For a normal cut, once you find the right stylist, Hair Masters is a steal.