Dramatics NYC

★★★☆☆
  • 352 W 57th St

    New York, NY 10019

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  • 212-586-1035

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naturally weve all had bad experiences in beauty salons they cut too much, your hair turns orange from a bad dye job. but not this place. topaz is my stylist and i went in a little nervous but hoping this would be it in finding the right person for me to do my hair. when i met topaz her eyes were so kind and i knew she was the right fit for me. shes a little older than i am but i felt so comfortable with her. we had a great consult and she explained what needed to be done and i told her my fears of salons and...clowns. she reassured me that my cut will be what i wanted and it truly was. ive recommended my sisters and my mother to topaz and they love her too. im so happy i found dramatics on 57th and topaz!

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★★★★★

naturally weve all had bad experiences in beauty salons they cut too much, your hair turns orange from a bad dye job. but not this place. topaz is my stylist and i went in a little nervous but hoping this would be it in finding the right person for me to do my hair. when i met topaz her eyes were so kind and i knew she was the right fit for me. shes a little older than i am but i felt so comfortable with her. we had a great consult and she explained what needed to be done and i told her my fears of salons and...clowns. she reassured me that my cut will be what i wanted and it truly was. ive recommended my sisters and my mother to topaz and they love her too. im so happy i found dramatics on 57th and topaz!

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If you enjoy your hair and like it looking good, read this, learn from it and, DO NOT GO to this salon.

I was getting ready for my wedding, no less, so I wanted my hair to look picture perfect. It is a given, I shouldn't have gone to a salon I've never been to, but before the wedding I had too many things to do and went to a salon in the area, on the Upper West Side. The interior looked clean and professional, so I figured they'd do a good job. I wish I read the reviews, because my experience was anything, but good! I needed a wedding day up-do and ended up a victim of Blanco.

Blanco said it is $350 for him to do an up-do at the apartment because the salon didn't open until 11am, but since it was 4 blocks from me, he would only charge $150, a standard at-home price in the industry as I found out later, ut at the time, I agreed.

Next, but major mistake, I asked him to update my highlights, just around the face. Naturally I have light skin and espresso hair color with neutral blonde highlights at the time. I asked the stylist-wanna-be, Blanco, to do highlights around face. My hair was done and rinsed off very quickly. He then waved the hair dryer over it (like it is a magic wand and would somehow make the mistakes go away), but I have long thick hair and this is not nearly enough to even make me see how the hair color turned out, but no self respecting stylist would let me go out of the salon this way. So at this time, I am pulling my hair back in the mirror in attempt to see the color and have tears in my eyes, but Blanco is nowhere to be found. I request the girl, who is sweeping hair, to call him. I keep looking in the mirror and at him in dismay. My hair . . . it is like the old Indian men that used to have black hair and are now going gray, so they color it themselves and it looks brassy-copper all over with some lighter (highlights) pieces. I said, "doesn't it look too red to you?", to which he replies, "It is not red, it's GOLDEN". Yeah, that is the explanation that helps...NOT!!! I said, "you have to do something about it!" Forget about the wedding, I couldn't go to work, or just out to the street looking like that!! But he said, "I can't do anything right now, we are closing". He quickly makes a lets-try-to-fix-this-mess appointment for few days later when he is available, which is also then 2 days before the wedding. He then has the audacity to charge me $130, but I am in such a state of shock that I just pay it and go home, tearful, with water dripping from my hair down my back as I walk.
The next morning I RAN to my old Salon in Brooklyn. The guy there kindly points out that "someone" did "horrible job" and it will be very difficult to fix. All of my hair now had to be recolored to cover the awful color it had and highlights were redone.

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★☆☆☆☆

If you enjoy your hair and like it looking good, read this, learn from it and, DO NOT GO to this salon.

I was getting ready for my wedding, no less, so I wanted my hair to look picture perfect. It is a given, I shouldn't have gone to a salon I've never been to, but before the wedding I had too many things to do and went to a salon in the area, on the Upper West Side. The interior looked clean and professional, so I figured they'd do a good job. I wish I read the reviews, because my experience was anything, but good! I needed a wedding day up-do and ended up a victim of Blanco.

Blanco said it is $350 for him to do an up-do at the apartment because the salon didn't open until 11am, but since it was 4 blocks from me, he would only charge $150, a standard at-home price in the industry as I found out later, ut at the time, I agreed.

Next, but major mistake, I asked him to update my highlights, just around the face. Naturally I have light skin and espresso hair color with neutral blonde highlights at the time. I asked the stylist-wanna-be, Blanco, to do highlights around face. My hair was done and rinsed off very quickly. He then waved the hair dryer over it (like it is a magic wand and would somehow make the mistakes go away), but I have long thick hair and this is not nearly enough to even make me see how the hair color turned out, but no self respecting stylist would let me go out of the salon this way. So at this time, I am pulling my hair back in the mirror in attempt to see the color and have tears in my eyes, but Blanco is nowhere to be found. I request the girl, who is sweeping hair, to call him. I keep looking in the mirror and at him in dismay. My hair . . . it is like the old Indian men that used to have black hair and are now going gray, so they color it themselves and it looks brassy-copper all over with some lighter (highlights) pieces. I said, "doesn't it look too red to you?", to which he replies, "It is not red, it's GOLDEN". Yeah, that is the explanation that helps...NOT!!! I said, "you have to do something about it!" Forget about the wedding, I couldn't go to work, or just out to the street looking like that!! But he said, "I can't do anything right now, we are closing". He quickly makes a lets-try-to-fix-this-mess appointment for few days later when he is available, which is also then 2 days before the wedding. He then has the audacity to charge me $130, but I am in such a state of shock that I just pay it and go home, tearful, with water dripping from my hair down my back as I walk.
The next morning I RAN to my old Salon in Brooklyn. The guy there kindly points out that "someone" did "horrible job" and it will be very difficult to fix. All of my hair now had to be recolored to cover the awful color it had and highlights were redone.

Pros: You can learn from my mistakes!

Cons: If you want your hair ruined, this is the place for that!

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Been to this place twice and will not be coming back. First time I visited I got a haircut with Shine which turned out ok. However, I was really annoyed that I was upselled to get a conditioning treatment that cost $30 and it did nothing special. I actually get better results using my Loreal leavin than I did with this "Shea butter" conditioner. Decided to go back to get highlights from Melody. This was a huge mistake. They charged me $40 more than I was quoted on the phone, the stylist worked on several other people, didn't listen to what I asked for, and I didn't get the results I wanted. Plus, I left salon with half wet frizzy hair because she didn't have time to blow dry and was going to charge me more to do it. I do not recommend this place.

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★☆☆☆☆

Been to this place twice and will not be coming back. First time I visited I got a haircut with Shine which turned out ok. However, I was really annoyed that I was upselled to get a conditioning treatment that cost $30 and it did nothing special. I actually get better results using my Loreal leavin than I did with this "Shea butter" conditioner. Decided to go back to get highlights from Melody. This was a huge mistake. They charged me $40 more than I was quoted on the phone, the stylist worked on several other people, didn't listen to what I asked for, and I didn't get the results I wanted. Plus, I left salon with half wet frizzy hair because she didn't have time to blow dry and was going to charge me more to do it. I do not recommend this place.

Pros: Got a call after, offered to re-do highlights but I declined

Cons: bad highlights, over booked stylist that did not LISTEN

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I have long straight hair... it's hard to mess up a haircut on me. All I asked for was a trim... I came out with completely uneven hair everywhere. Also... the guy who washed my hair might as well have washed my face too... water everywhere and it felt like he was malesting my head and neck... like why was he even touching my neck???... I felt violated afterwards. Don't come here... it's not even a real discount compared to other places. Plus, now I have to spend the next two months growing my hair out...

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★☆☆☆☆

I have long straight hair... it's hard to mess up a haircut on me. All I asked for was a trim... I came out with completely uneven hair everywhere. Also... the guy who washed my hair might as well have washed my face too... water everywhere and it felt like he was malesting my head and neck... like why was he even touching my neck???... I felt violated afterwards. Don't come here... it's not even a real discount compared to other places. Plus, now I have to spend the next two months growing my hair out...

Pros: None

Cons: Terrible hair cut

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Although the haircuts themselves may be reasonable, I agree with the other bad reviews which say that they do there best to nickle & dime you starting with the "walk-in" price of $20 for a guy's haircut. They made me pay for $35 with their more "experienced" stylist because I walked in at 12:27 and asked if I could get the next available stylist. They neglected to mention that they "made an appointment" for me at 12:30 and then made me pay for the more experienced one. Furthermore they charged me for shampooing and conditioning which they did not tell me up front. I thought it was part of the cut. In the end the simple haircut I could have gotten in Chinatown (with one hour massage) for $25 ended up costing over a $100.

If you argue with them they treat you like a homeless person and make you feel like you are being cheap and that you are being the unreasonable one. So unless you have 2 or so hours to wait and you come in with your hair prewashed and wet (and can rewet your hair while you wait; perhaps if you have a bucket nearby or use the bathroom), don't expect to have a worthwhile experience. Oh, make sure that anything you do, you ask if it will be an additional cost.

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★☆☆☆☆

Although the haircuts themselves may be reasonable, I agree with the other bad reviews which say that they do there best to nickle & dime you starting with the "walk-in" price of $20 for a guy's haircut. They made me pay for $35 with their more "experienced" stylist because I walked in at 12:27 and asked if I could get the next available stylist. They neglected to mention that they "made an appointment" for me at 12:30 and then made me pay for the more experienced one. Furthermore they charged me for shampooing and conditioning which they did not tell me up front. I thought it was part of the cut. In the end the simple haircut I could have gotten in Chinatown (with one hour massage) for $25 ended up costing over a $100.

If you argue with them they treat you like a homeless person and make you feel like you are being cheap and that you are being the unreasonable one. So unless you have 2 or so hours to wait and you come in with your hair prewashed and wet (and can rewet your hair while you wait; perhaps if you have a bucket nearby or use the bathroom), don't expect to have a worthwhile experience. Oh, make sure that anything you do, you ask if it will be an additional cost.

Pros: Their pros is the mediocre haircuts

Cons: Overpriced if you factor in hidden costs, Long waits, poor customer service.

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I have been to several locations of Dramatics but I was quite pleased with this one. I did not have to wait long for a walk in appointment. Normally other locations are appointment only. I had my hair cut by a really chatty, flamboyantly gay man but despite all the chatter, he gave me a fabulous cut. I wish I could remember so I could recommend him!

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★★★★☆

I have been to several locations of Dramatics but I was quite pleased with this one. I did not have to wait long for a walk in appointment. Normally other locations are appointment only. I had my hair cut by a really chatty, flamboyantly gay man but despite all the chatter, he gave me a fabulous cut. I wish I could remember so I could recommend him!

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I've been going to this Dramatics for almost two years now and I find the staff to be efficient, courteous, and helpful. The stylists are fantastic and the prices are very reasonable. I'm a busy guy who doesn't always find time to make appointments in advance and I always find this Dramatics location to be very accommodating. My hair cuts here have been consistently well done and the prices are less expensive than other salons and barbers that I've tried in Midtown. This is the best place for a guy to go for a cut in NYC as far as I'm concerned.

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★★★★★

I've been going to this Dramatics for almost two years now and I find the staff to be efficient, courteous, and helpful. The stylists are fantastic and the prices are very reasonable. I'm a busy guy who doesn't always find time to make appointments in advance and I always find this Dramatics location to be very accommodating. My hair cuts here have been consistently well done and the prices are less expensive than other salons and barbers that I've tried in Midtown. This is the best place for a guy to go for a cut in NYC as far as I'm concerned.

Pros: Talanted professionals, great service, friendly, accommodating, & affordable

Cons: They can get very busy

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Can you get a good cut at Dramatics? Yes, but you may not get the cut you want, and in terms of customer service, you will not get what you bargained for. I went to Dramatics for a few years because it was all I could afford, but they pride themselves on nickle and diming their customers and all complaints are treated with disdain. If you do not confirm every step of the way the pricing for each service, they will rip you off. For instance, they advertise a walk in price, but if you call and say, "are you open, do you have any free stylists? I'll be right over." They consider that an appointment and charge you the extra fee for appointments (by the way, they do the same if you simply walk in and tell them you'll wait until someone becomes available). I've also had them give me to a more tenured stylist and charge me more for him/her without letting me know. I've been charged for a deep conditioner when the shampooer simply asked if I'd like a conditioner; and I've been charged $60 extra for drying my hair. When I complained about each of these "the manager" wasn't available and the receptionist told me she couldn't do anything for me, when they weren't being outrightly rude.

Additionally, you can expect the staff to make the experience fairly unpleasant as they complain about their working conditions. With the consistently terrible customer service, it is not a wonder that they do no better on employee relations. BTW: the reason they give all their stylists fake names is so that WHEN the stylist leaves you won't be able to follow them.

In the end, you can get a good cut, but you won't be saving any money and it will be a frustrating experience unless you just open your wallet and don't care about the charges. Go to a higher priced salon or an affordable salon where all services are baked into the price or they are up front about all fees and they'll treat you well.

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★☆☆☆☆

Can you get a good cut at Dramatics? Yes, but you may not get the cut you want, and in terms of customer service, you will not get what you bargained for. I went to Dramatics for a few years because it was all I could afford, but they pride themselves on nickle and diming their customers and all complaints are treated with disdain. If you do not confirm every step of the way the pricing for each service, they will rip you off. For instance, they advertise a walk in price, but if you call and say, "are you open, do you have any free stylists? I'll be right over." They consider that an appointment and charge you the extra fee for appointments (by the way, they do the same if you simply walk in and tell them you'll wait until someone becomes available). I've also had them give me to a more tenured stylist and charge me more for him/her without letting me know. I've been charged for a deep conditioner when the shampooer simply asked if I'd like a conditioner; and I've been charged $60 extra for drying my hair. When I complained about each of these "the manager" wasn't available and the receptionist told me she couldn't do anything for me, when they weren't being outrightly rude.

Additionally, you can expect the staff to make the experience fairly unpleasant as they complain about their working conditions. With the consistently terrible customer service, it is not a wonder that they do no better on employee relations. BTW: the reason they give all their stylists fake names is so that WHEN the stylist leaves you won't be able to follow them.

In the end, you can get a good cut, but you won't be saving any money and it will be a frustrating experience unless you just open your wallet and don't care about the charges. Go to a higher priced salon or an affordable salon where all services are baked into the price or they are up front about all fees and they'll treat you well.

Pros: It is possible to get a good cut.

Cons: Deceitful pricing practices, disdainful staff and management, heavy handed upselling of products.

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I went to high priced salon... paid $110 for a men's haircut... only to be unhappy with the cut. So the next day I was walking through my neighborhood, and found Dramatics on 57th street. So walked in and ask if some one can help, I explained my situation and the girl at the frontdesk said sure and introduced me to one of the stylist. And to my surprise I was very-very happy! Needless to say I've been going to Dramatics ever since. Thanks Dramatics for saving my hair!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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★★★★★

I went to high priced salon... paid $110 for a men's haircut... only to be unhappy with the cut. So the next day I was walking through my neighborhood, and found Dramatics on 57th street. So walked in and ask if some one can help, I explained my situation and the girl at the frontdesk said sure and introduced me to one of the stylist. And to my surprise I was very-very happy! Needless to say I've been going to Dramatics ever since. Thanks Dramatics for saving my hair!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I live in the neighborhood and I thought I would give this place a try--what a mistake. I asked for a very simple style--a classic bob, one that every hairstylist is expected to know how to do. The woman who cut my hair was extremely inexperienced, and one side was actually longer than another. The stylist also completely botched my bangs. I asked if another hairstylist could fix my bangs and the manager refused. I tried repeatedly to speak to the owner and was also rebuffed by various other employees. All in all, the hairstylist's and the management's attitude was one of not caring--they just wanted me out of there. One thing is for sure--I will never set foot in DRAMATICS nyc again.

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★☆☆☆☆

I live in the neighborhood and I thought I would give this place a try--what a mistake. I asked for a very simple style--a classic bob, one that every hairstylist is expected to know how to do. The woman who cut my hair was extremely inexperienced, and one side was actually longer than another. The stylist also completely botched my bangs. I asked if another hairstylist could fix my bangs and the manager refused. I tried repeatedly to speak to the owner and was also rebuffed by various other employees. All in all, the hairstylist's and the management's attitude was one of not caring--they just wanted me out of there. One thing is for sure--I will never set foot in DRAMATICS nyc again.

Pros: none that i can think of

Cons: bad hair, bad attitude

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I recently went to this salon after my friend recomended her stylist. Her name was Tequila, I was a little weary at first but my highlights turned out to be the best highlights I've had since moving to NewYork. She listened to to me and did everything I wanted. The color turned out GREAT! I was really happy with my highlights. Everyone there was so nice with the exception of that blonde receptionist that is SUPER rude! I am going back even with the rude receptionist, it's totally worth it!

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★★★★★

I recently went to this salon after my friend recomended her stylist. Her name was Tequila, I was a little weary at first but my highlights turned out to be the best highlights I've had since moving to NewYork. She listened to to me and did everything I wanted. The color turned out GREAT! I was really happy with my highlights. Everyone there was so nice with the exception of that blonde receptionist that is SUPER rude! I am going back even with the rude receptionist, it's totally worth it!

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I was visiting from Atlanta and asked for a "New York haircut". The stylist, Splash, gave my unusual request in depth thought and discussion. I got the best haircut I've had in years. The price wasn't cheap like Supercuts, but it was reasonable and the cut and service were more than worth it. The style still looks great, one week later and after washing and restyling it myself. They were backed up when I first walked in, and the front desk went out of their way to accommodate me when I said I couldn't come back until 10 minutes after one of their last openings. I went in 50 minutes before closing on a Saturday, when everyone had been working all day on a very busy day, yet everyone from the front desk to the stylist found the time and personality to be upbeat and friendly, as well as the time and skill to do their jobs well. Very fun place too, where all the employees have nicknames related to the entertainment business.

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★★★★★

I was visiting from Atlanta and asked for a "New York haircut". The stylist, Splash, gave my unusual request in depth thought and discussion. I got the best haircut I've had in years. The price wasn't cheap like Supercuts, but it was reasonable and the cut and service were more than worth it. The style still looks great, one week later and after washing and restyling it myself. They were backed up when I first walked in, and the front desk went out of their way to accommodate me when I said I couldn't come back until 10 minutes after one of their last openings. I went in 50 minutes before closing on a Saturday, when everyone had been working all day on a very busy day, yet everyone from the front desk to the stylist found the time and personality to be upbeat and friendly, as well as the time and skill to do their jobs well. Very fun place too, where all the employees have nicknames related to the entertainment business.

Pros: Great place for a haircut!

Cons: None.

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Chop Shop of the worst kind. The first question I was asked is "did they give you a price at the front desk?" and when I said no the "hairdresser of the year" decided I was the "loser of the year" and quoted $55 for a simple blowdry that Inormally get at a much better salon for $35. I needed to get a blowdry for a work function in an hour otherwise iwould have walked out.
She then proceeds to 'style" the hair with a little round cheap brush that caused more flyaways then anything else. Needless to say the price quoted for a haricut and style for xtra long hair is 44. My hair is just normal length so I guess the loser hairstyler made 10% on that 20 bucks. WOWOWOWOWOWO A cool 2 dollars.
Oh I almost forgot. She has an argument with the front desk person who told her she charged too much and she had the guts to tell her that the she put curls in. If she put curls in I would directly go home and wash my hair.

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★☆☆☆☆

Chop Shop of the worst kind. The first question I was asked is "did they give you a price at the front desk?" and when I said no the "hairdresser of the year" decided I was the "loser of the year" and quoted $55 for a simple blowdry that Inormally get at a much better salon for $35. I needed to get a blowdry for a work function in an hour otherwise iwould have walked out.
She then proceeds to 'style" the hair with a little round cheap brush that caused more flyaways then anything else. Needless to say the price quoted for a haricut and style for xtra long hair is 44. My hair is just normal length so I guess the loser hairstyler made 10% on that 20 bucks. WOWOWOWOWOWO A cool 2 dollars.
Oh I almost forgot. She has an argument with the front desk person who told her she charged too much and she had the guts to tell her that the she put curls in. If she put curls in I would directly go home and wash my hair.

Cons: Dishonest, Gossipy, Catty, Non Proffessional, Not Skillfull Staff

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I've been going to this salon for 4 years and always got great results with Omega. Ever since he left for London, I've been trying different stylists at this salon, hoping to find another Omega or at least someone descent. Although, I've never left unhappy, I never left satisficied with my style. The front desk area is always a breif and quick experience forcing you to hurry up.

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★★☆☆☆

I've been going to this salon for 4 years and always got great results with Omega. Ever since he left for London, I've been trying different stylists at this salon, hoping to find another Omega or at least someone descent. Although, I've never left unhappy, I never left satisficied with my style. The front desk area is always a breif and quick experience forcing you to hurry up.

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I should have known. I am in my late 20's and I live in NY and yet, I decided to save a few bucks and pop into Dramatics on 57th. For Color.

This happened tonight and I sit here typing with skunk-like highlights that are far more garish than Giselle. The place is like Supercuts with loud trance music and the service is terrible--until it's time to see your hair. You'll cry and they will tell you 1,000 times how great you look.

If you're a guy or a lady with a short no-frills cut, I am sure you will be fine. If you are over 16 and care about what you look like, save up and go to a quality salon where you'll feel confident in their hands. I would not let them "fix" it...with this kind of result on the first round I was worried my hair might fall out if I allowed them to touch it again.

Learn from my mistake, guys.

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★☆☆☆☆

I should have known. I am in my late 20's and I live in NY and yet, I decided to save a few bucks and pop into Dramatics on 57th. For Color.

This happened tonight and I sit here typing with skunk-like highlights that are far more garish than Giselle. The place is like Supercuts with loud trance music and the service is terrible--until it's time to see your hair. You'll cry and they will tell you 1,000 times how great you look.

If you're a guy or a lady with a short no-frills cut, I am sure you will be fine. If you are over 16 and care about what you look like, save up and go to a quality salon where you'll feel confident in their hands. I would not let them "fix" it...with this kind of result on the first round I was worried my hair might fall out if I allowed them to touch it again.

Learn from my mistake, guys.

Pros: Guys with short hair can prob get a good cut

Cons: The skill level from the receptionist to the stylists is subpar at best.

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I had been going dramatics for 4 years to one person. I never had a problem until her personal life started to interfer with my time. She would leave me longer than she should would product in my hair because she's on her cell phone. The hairstylist gossip about one another in front of clients, which is just unprofessional. But it just got worst after I asked for a full head of highlights. I have black hair and I wasn't expecting to be blonde. What I wanted was a warm carmel/golden color. Like Eva mendes, jessica alba... she told me she would lift me hair slowly so my hair won't get to fried. 1st go at it was OK. my hair was a little fried because she lifted it lighter than what i wanted that she had to reapply a semi-perm color gloss to drop the color from being too light. i had to get my base lighten, she actually made my color auburn brown. =/
so when i went back to a high lights again to remove a lot of the dark color that was still in, and i said i just want it to be golden brown, warm to match my complexion, which is tanned. she made me blonde with platinum streaks. i wanted to cry, and then she cut my hair for the first time so badly I couldn't believe she was doing this to my hair after soo many years, and I just didn't want to go back for them to try to fix my hair. I lost trust in them all. i am now back to a raven color trying to nurse my damage hair back to health. Horrible experience.

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★☆☆☆☆

I had been going dramatics for 4 years to one person. I never had a problem until her personal life started to interfer with my time. She would leave me longer than she should would product in my hair because she's on her cell phone. The hairstylist gossip about one another in front of clients, which is just unprofessional. But it just got worst after I asked for a full head of highlights. I have black hair and I wasn't expecting to be blonde. What I wanted was a warm carmel/golden color. Like Eva mendes, jessica alba... she told me she would lift me hair slowly so my hair won't get to fried. 1st go at it was OK. my hair was a little fried because she lifted it lighter than what i wanted that she had to reapply a semi-perm color gloss to drop the color from being too light. i had to get my base lighten, she actually made my color auburn brown. =/
so when i went back to a high lights again to remove a lot of the dark color that was still in, and i said i just want it to be golden brown, warm to match my complexion, which is tanned. she made me blonde with platinum streaks. i wanted to cry, and then she cut my hair for the first time so badly I couldn't believe she was doing this to my hair after soo many years, and I just didn't want to go back for them to try to fix my hair. I lost trust in them all. i am now back to a raven color trying to nurse my damage hair back to health. Horrible experience.

Pros: take walk in's

Cons: gossiping group, loud

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Catering to those who have graduated from Super Cuts but can't bear to pay the hefty prices at big-name salons, Dramatics NYC's many outposts are innocuously simple with marble and wood, but get the job done.…

 

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