I've gotten 2 cuts from T*** so far in the past two years. My orthodonthist's receptionist recommended him to my mom, and I got an appointment. At the time, probably 2 years ago 2002 T*** was $30 a cut. It varies from stylist to stylist, and the top stylists charge accordingly (much more). They were very polite, offered a drink and took my coat, and the shampoo/scalp massage were excellent. I described to Todd what kind of a cut I wanted, and afterwards I was disappointed. It was just a simple trim and a few layers and it was not flattering. After the cut he put some mousse in my roots, which lifted them so the crown of my head looked almost inflated. It did not look good. The second time I went, a year later, I went to T*** again. His price per cut had now increased to $40 a cut. He did ask me what I did and didn't like about my last cut, but yet again I was underwhelmed for the cut that I got. My hair is quite long and is not a difficult texture, but I have gotten better and cheaper cuts ($6 special on certain days) at the Aveda beauty institute in Columbus, on the OSU campus. By a student. My friends who have also gotten their hair done at Sky say that the cuts are good (not great) and the prices are too expensive. They also say that they can get the same cut somewhere else for cheaper. I suppose if you wanted a very short, styled, radical cut with specific coloring sky would be great, but when it comes to the rest of us, who just want a great cut (and don't have short, feathered hair in 3 different colors), sky hasn't delivered. I don't have a personal agenda against sky either, as I said, I had 2 separate occasions where I was disappointed. LIke I said, Aveda institute on OSU campus delivers for only a fraction of the cost, don't risk being disappointed here.\r
my review is genuine and I hope that those that work at sky don't write inflated reviews just to increase the ratings of this salon.
Pros: atmosphere, products, ambience, availability
Cons: haircuts, prices (very expensive)