Corbin Salon

★★★☆☆
  • 1422 Clarkview Rd 1st Fl

    Baltimore, MD 21209

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  • 410-494-8888

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Funny, I used to live in NYC so when I moved to Bmore I still went up to my stylist--too afraid to switch. But when I went to Gerald, I not only knew that I did not need to return home but that I would go to Gerald wherever I was! He is superb--my hair loves picture perfect and the style lasts so long. Wonderful.

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★★★★★

Funny, I used to live in NYC so when I moved to Bmore I still went up to my stylist--too afraid to switch. But when I went to Gerald, I not only knew that I did not need to return home but that I would go to Gerald wherever I was! He is superb--my hair loves picture perfect and the style lasts so long. Wonderful.

Pros: Gerald Popko is truly the best stylist and colorist.

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If your stylist has left Corbin or Edward Amatto and you can not find them. check out www.padmasalon.c*m -alot of them have moved on to here . Hope this helps

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If your stylist has left Corbin or Edward Amatto and you can not find them. check out www.padmasalon.c*m -alot of them have moved on to here . Hope this helps

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If you are in the mood to pamper yourself with great service and haircut, definitely check out Corbins. The staff is very friendly and the stylists give you the haircut you ask for. The facility is really clean and well kept. The prices are a bit expensive for the area, but worth it if you really need to realx after exams and get a nice haircut.

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★★★★☆

If you are in the mood to pamper yourself with great service and haircut, definitely check out Corbins. The staff is very friendly and the stylists give you the haircut you ask for. The facility is really clean and well kept. The prices are a bit expensive for the area, but worth it if you really need to realx after exams and get a nice haircut.

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Don't listen to Daryl H........It's a FAKE review. I just read this review and realized that it's not real. "A little piece of NYC" piece of "CRA*" more like it.. It was written to soften the truth of so many Bad reviews........ .(Somebody really likes Daryl Hannah) ..........DON'T BE FOOLED.

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Don't listen to Daryl H........It's a FAKE review. I just read this review and realized that it's not real. "A little piece of NYC" piece of "CRA*" more like it.. It was written to soften the truth of so many Bad reviews........ .(Somebody really likes Daryl Hannah) ..........DON'T BE FOOLED.

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I just tried the Corbin salon and I received one of the worst haircuts of my life. I used to go to Edward Amato, which recently closed. My usual stylist went to Corbin but when I requested her I was told she no longer worked there (that should have been a warning sign). I made an appointment with Corbin but when I got there I was handed off to another stylist. I told her what I wanted, which was the same cut I currently had, only a little shorter. I said I wanted it kept 'shaggy' a little long in back (same length as the rest of the hair), and I wanted to keep the front longer because I wear it to the side. The rest I wanted trimmed to about a 3 inch length. Well, she cut it all very short and I told her not to cut the front anymore. She said ok, and then proceeded to buzz the back. I told her I didn't want the back buzzed and she said it would be better for me because 'the back grows faster' and this way ' I wouldn't have to get my hair cut as often.' Now it's buzzed so high and short I have stubble on the back of my neck. Then she returned to the front of my hair and cut another inch off. She also buzzed around the ears and buzzed my sideburns almost to the top of my ears. When I got home I noticed that one side angles up and the other side angles down, but they are already so high I really cant correct them. Aesthetically the salon itself is like any other, nothing 'New York' about it. In fact, it has a slightly dingy strip-mall look to it, with tacky, beat-up, furniture with that mid-90's trying-to-be-chic look. Corbin himself had that euro-trash look going, with an over-sized "D&G" beltbuckle to let people know he's 'fashionable.' On the upside, the haircut was cheap ($35), and when I told the receptionist about my experience she relayed it to the manager who refunded my money. However, I am stuck with this generic, poorly chopped, cookie-cutter haircut and the frustration that the salon would employ someone who lacks the ability to execute a basic haircut.

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★☆☆☆☆

I just tried the Corbin salon and I received one of the worst haircuts of my life. I used to go to Edward Amato, which recently closed. My usual stylist went to Corbin but when I requested her I was told she no longer worked there (that should have been a warning sign). I made an appointment with Corbin but when I got there I was handed off to another stylist. I told her what I wanted, which was the same cut I currently had, only a little shorter. I said I wanted it kept 'shaggy' a little long in back (same length as the rest of the hair), and I wanted to keep the front longer because I wear it to the side. The rest I wanted trimmed to about a 3 inch length. Well, she cut it all very short and I told her not to cut the front anymore. She said ok, and then proceeded to buzz the back. I told her I didn't want the back buzzed and she said it would be better for me because 'the back grows faster' and this way ' I wouldn't have to get my hair cut as often.' Now it's buzzed so high and short I have stubble on the back of my neck. Then she returned to the front of my hair and cut another inch off. She also buzzed around the ears and buzzed my sideburns almost to the top of my ears. When I got home I noticed that one side angles up and the other side angles down, but they are already so high I really cant correct them. Aesthetically the salon itself is like any other, nothing 'New York' about it. In fact, it has a slightly dingy strip-mall look to it, with tacky, beat-up, furniture with that mid-90's trying-to-be-chic look. Corbin himself had that euro-trash look going, with an over-sized "D&G" beltbuckle to let people know he's 'fashionable.' On the upside, the haircut was cheap ($35), and when I told the receptionist about my experience she relayed it to the manager who refunded my money. However, I am stuck with this generic, poorly chopped, cookie-cutter haircut and the frustration that the salon would employ someone who lacks the ability to execute a basic haircut.

Pros: Relatively Cheap, Polite Manager

Cons: Bad Haircut, Poorly Trained Stylists, Dingy Atmosphere, Outdated Furniture, A VERY BAD EXPERIENCE

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Corbin Salon is the premiere salon in Baltimore. It is a "little piece of NYC" in Baltimore. Corbin is "the Master" and his team are just as fabulous. There is NOTHING else like it in Baltimore or D.C. I have been to every supposed "high end" salon from here to D.C. In reading the prior negative posting, (obviously written by a true Baltimooron), it must have been written by a bitter former employee or current bitter client! The only explanation for so-called frequent "turnover" of staff is Corbin DOES NOT EXCEPT less than perfect! Anyone who goes to a hair salon or who is in the business can quickly figure out, good stylists are very hard to find! Corbin remains passionate about his craft and expects the same from ALL employees! I have known him for 20 years. COrbin is the same caliber as Frederick Fekkai, Ken Pave, etc., etc., and worth every penny! Do not except substitutes or listen to bitter commentary by obvious idiots!

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★★★★★

Corbin Salon is the premiere salon in Baltimore. It is a "little piece of NYC" in Baltimore. Corbin is "the Master" and his team are just as fabulous. There is NOTHING else like it in Baltimore or D.C. I have been to every supposed "high end" salon from here to D.C. In reading the prior negative posting, (obviously written by a true Baltimooron), it must have been written by a bitter former employee or current bitter client! The only explanation for so-called frequent "turnover" of staff is Corbin DOES NOT EXCEPT less than perfect! Anyone who goes to a hair salon or who is in the business can quickly figure out, good stylists are very hard to find! Corbin remains passionate about his craft and expects the same from ALL employees! I have known him for 20 years. COrbin is the same caliber as Frederick Fekkai, Ken Pave, etc., etc., and worth every penny! Do not except substitutes or listen to bitter commentary by obvious idiots!

Pros: Valet & underground parking.

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I spend much of my time away from Baltimore, and have tried many times to get a great haircut elsewhere, but I have been spoiled by Corbin. It took me years to find someone this good, and I will continue to return here for as long as he is still cutting hair.

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★★★★★

I spend much of my time away from Baltimore, and have tried many times to get a great haircut elsewhere, but I have been spoiled by Corbin. It took me years to find someone this good, and I will continue to return here for as long as he is still cutting hair.

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Okay. Quality cuts? Usually (though overpriced). A good blow-out? Yeah. As a client of over five years though, I must say that despite the obvious talent, the character of the salon and of Corbin himself has been on a slow deterioration. Clearly my persistence over the years proves that he, and the salon have earned my trust, but my last few visits proved to be less than I'd expected, and even less than satisfactory. His flamboyance as an artist, which to his credit had always worked for him, has mutated into a level of precision that leaves much to be desired, and his volatility when relating with his staff (which, seems to be the reason for so much turnover), and arrogance as an owner has become a deterrant for anyone in search of that comfortable, no-pressure, punctual, upscale setting. So will I still go for my regulars, maybe (old habits die hard), but with hopes for the "old" corbin salon to return.

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★★☆☆☆

Okay. Quality cuts? Usually (though overpriced). A good blow-out? Yeah. As a client of over five years though, I must say that despite the obvious talent, the character of the salon and of Corbin himself has been on a slow deterioration. Clearly my persistence over the years proves that he, and the salon have earned my trust, but my last few visits proved to be less than I'd expected, and even less than satisfactory. His flamboyance as an artist, which to his credit had always worked for him, has mutated into a level of precision that leaves much to be desired, and his volatility when relating with his staff (which, seems to be the reason for so much turnover), and arrogance as an owner has become a deterrant for anyone in search of that comfortable, no-pressure, punctual, upscale setting. So will I still go for my regulars, maybe (old habits die hard), but with hopes for the "old" corbin salon to return.

 

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