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O'neys Hair Salons - 7 Reviews - 30 W Rahn Rd, Dayton, OH - Beauty Salons Reviews - Phone (937) 291-0634

O'neys Hair Salons

30 W Rahn Rd
Dayton, OH 45429
(937) 291-0634
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there are two negative comments i have seen here that i disagree with ALOT. even though they have closed, i am keeping my fingers crossed that they will reopen, so im hoping to ca...


I received a ?day of pampering? package for my birthday in February and was not impressed. Customer service at this spa is lacking and my general impression of this spa is that i...

maybe it IS you..... 12/1/2009

there are two negative comments i have seen here that i disagree with ALOT. even though they have closed, i am keeping my fingers crossed that they will reopen, so im hoping to cancel out some of the bitter reviews here. regarding gift cards- a while back i went through some rough times and as soon as i recovered my mom was sent overseas. my father is a teacher and a few members of the pta pitched in to get my mom and i a gift card there so that we could have a day of pampering together before she left. the staff did not treat us with disrespect nor did they rush us. on the contrary, we recieved a higher quality of service than we went in expecting. im sorry sir, maybe your wifes expectations are a little bit too high and you should get a more specific gift that you know she will enjoy. in regards to the hair salon services- people have different views on what a good haircut is, and preferences on stylists. most people who have a stylist they return to have gone to several others before deciding on the one they will continue seeing. you seem to be knowlegable on the topic of hair care, i would think that you would have already decided on a stylists. either way, i think everyone has gotten a cut they werent thrilled with, and many times its because the cut didnt look the way they thought it would on them, not because the stylist did not know how to execute it. secondly, its about $20 to get a haircut at greatclips, they charge $10-15 dollars more for styling. when i get my hair done, i usually ask to style it myself so that i do not have to pay extra when im just going to go home and restyle it to my liking anyways.they do not go hand in hand in all cases. now, if a cut and style at a place like great clips is close to $40, it is safe to say that going to a day spa to get your hair cut and styled will cost more. maybe you were not paying enough attention to the pricing/service when you asked for it, because for $40 im almost positive all you payed for was a cut. also-- a 5 minute cut does not mean bad service. if the person knows what they are doing or if your style is simple, it shouldnt take long anyways. most of the time is in dying, highlighting, styling, perming, etc.. its sad to see the salon go and i hope they will reopen. Pros: great staff, great servics, relaxing atmosphere Cons: its a spa, yes its a splurge.. more

"upscale family management style" 5/26/2008

Just a brief note to say I worked at O'Ney's on 2 separate occasions, and have nothing but good things to say about Judy Roberts and Shirley Barnhart. I came from a local competitor and was very apprehensive about the transition. The O'Ney family welcomed me with open arms. To all of the negative comments out there, truth be told, if anything caused the demise of O'Ney's, it was the extreme generosity of these two not only toward their employees, but also their clients. They offered the most generous commissions with the greatest benefits of any salon locally. They gave from their heart to local charities and those in need. To those going elsewhere, clients and employees alike, we should all be so lucky to have experienced the degree of success The O'Ney family has celebrated over the years. I wish them well, and much continued success. Carrie Taylor more

O'neys Salon treats people with gift cards with disrespect 5/21/2008

I purchased my beautiful wife a rather expensive gift card as an adjunct to her Christmas, as I knew she would never spend such money on herself. When she retruned home after her day at the Spa, she told me that she felt that she was undervalued as a customer and made to wait for 45 minutes, then rushed thru her treatments. She attributes this to the fact that she used a gift card, even though she tips well. Had I had known then, what I know now, the management and I would have had words. I paid a premium price and I expected my wife to be treated with the utmost consideration and respect. Men, if you are looking to treat you wife or girlfriend to a day of pampering at a luxurious Spa, choose elswhere. Sincerly, Jon Hochreiter RN. Pros: Ambience Cons: Rude staff, pressured to get in and out more

Lacking in Customer Service.... 3/23/2008

I received a ?day of pampering? package for my birthday in February and was not impressed. Customer service at this spa is lacking and my general impression of this spa is that it is ?tired? and ?outdated?. The dressing room was overflowing with dirty laundry when I arrived at 8:45 in the morning. The robe I was given to wear for the day was obviously older and very worn. My ?spa lunch? was served in the lobby/reception area and consisted of bagged lettuce salad mix topped with cold chicken chunks and goldfish crackers. I was also given water, and some sort of pudding with mandarin oranges for dessert. It was cold, loud, and very impersonal, as there were at least 10 to 15 people in the lobby area, including children. I would not recommend a day spa package at this establishment. Pros: massage Cons: atmosphere, lunch, customer service, more

Best Cut and style in DAYTON!!!!!!! 8/9/2007

I have had the best experienace possible!!!! I was at O'neys last night and got the BESTcut and style of my life! I cut off over 12 inches of my hair and decided to donate it to a worthy charity. I was terrified. I have had long hair all my life and was afraid of change....My stylist who coincidently is named below as the worst stylist from another customer....and i don't understand why......I guess you can't please....everyone......(laura W.) Gave me the BESTmake over possible..I feel 20 years younger.... my stylist had fresh ideas and was very trendy with her own style,and she helped me find the best cut and style....for my face and age.....I would highley recommend her to anyone!!!!!!!!!! The whole atmosphere of the salon was was the most unique salon I have ever been stylist was kind enough to give me a tour...i just couldn't believe how cool this place was!!! It is HUGE !They even have a small cafe and gift shop....It is a really neat place ...prices were fair....Will definately return..... Pros: Great stylist, great atmosphere,fair price Cons: none more



Worse Cut & Style In Dayton!!!!!!!!!!!!! 6/27/2007

Went to O'Neys in Dayton last night for a cut and style. My level three designer (laura williams) had no clue how to cut or style my hair. She proceeded to spend around 5 minutes cutting. She then dried my hair. She then proceeds to hand me the hair spray so I can style my own hair??? This designer is supose to be one of their best. Needless to say, my hair is awful. The cut is a joke. Most of my hair hasn't even been touched. I called first thing today to complain. Talked with a guy that claims he is the manager. He had a very bad attitude. Saying that it must be me, because she is the best and they never have any complaints. I use to go here for several years when James and Tammy worked there. I guess they just hire anyone now a days. I probably could have received a better cut at a place n the Mall. $40. is a total joke when you get half a hair cut and you have to style your own hair. Stay away. Save your money. O'neys does not care if you are happy with their service. Pros: Nothing Cons: Stylist that do not know how to cut or style. Manager that cares less if you are satisfied. more
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