Sally Beauty Supply

★★★☆☆
  • 1736 S Garfield Ave

    Traverse City, MI 49686

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  • 231-935-1764

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Sally's is a nice store that I enjoying shopping at occasionally, but they leave a lot to be desired in the personnel department. These women are not friendly and are only helpful when asked. I entered the store recently with a note in my hand and a product written on it. I walked to where my hairdresser told me it should be and searched long and hard most of the time an employee stood nearby staring at a display. She never acknowledged my presence or attempted to assist. I got my phone out and called my hairdresser to ask what the package looked like hoping to locate it that way since the employee had by this time gone in the back to sit down. We were in plain sight of each other! I finally had to interrupt her and another employee to ask for help and was led to the product in its new location. Dear Sally's, you can do much better than you are doing when hiring people to represent your business.

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★★★☆☆

Sally's is a nice store that I enjoying shopping at occasionally, but they leave a lot to be desired in the personnel department. These women are not friendly and are only helpful when asked. I entered the store recently with a note in my hand and a product written on it. I walked to where my hairdresser told me it should be and searched long and hard most of the time an employee stood nearby staring at a display. She never acknowledged my presence or attempted to assist. I got my phone out and called my hairdresser to ask what the package looked like hoping to locate it that way since the employee had by this time gone in the back to sit down. We were in plain sight of each other! I finally had to interrupt her and another employee to ask for help and was led to the product in its new location. Dear Sally's, you can do much better than you are doing when hiring people to represent your business.

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Sally's is a small little beauty supply shop in Traverse City that actually sells to those without licenses for personal use and has great products and discount options. I am not a licensed beautician, so I am speaking specifically on behalf of those of you that are tired of shopping at Meijer or Target for your own scissors, hair extensions, or decent hair dye.

Everything you need can be found at Sally's, as far as plasic gloves, clips for your hair extensions, thread to create your own extensions, curling irons, quality lipstick ($3.60 instead of the $6.00-$8.00 at Meijer or Target), nail polish, and other handy little things you might need.

The only downside I see with Sally's: I'm not sure who they hire to run the store, but I have the sneaking suspicion that they are not licensed. I have not confirmed this information however, it is merely speculation, and I don't think it's a bad thing to be unlicensed and I am well aware that unlicensed individuals can still have vast knowledge of certain products and their proper usage. But when someone comes into a beautician's supply shop and asks for advice on coloring or mixing colors, and the person working doesn't have any idea, they should let you know that. Several times I have gone in for hair dye whether, blonde, red, brown, and sometimes I am confident the employee has ample knowledge and other times it's a disaster. If you are unsure that the Sally's employee knows what they're talking about, be sure to speak with your regular beautician or stylist.

But it's totally worth it. The dyes are so much better in the bottle than the box, but not quite worth $60 for a dye.

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★★★☆☆

Sally's is a small little beauty supply shop in Traverse City that actually sells to those without licenses for personal use and has great products and discount options. I am not a licensed beautician, so I am speaking specifically on behalf of those of you that are tired of shopping at Meijer or Target for your own scissors, hair extensions, or decent hair dye.

Everything you need can be found at Sally's, as far as plasic gloves, clips for your hair extensions, thread to create your own extensions, curling irons, quality lipstick ($3.60 instead of the $6.00-$8.00 at Meijer or Target), nail polish, and other handy little things you might need.

The only downside I see with Sally's: I'm not sure who they hire to run the store, but I have the sneaking suspicion that they are not licensed. I have not confirmed this information however, it is merely speculation, and I don't think it's a bad thing to be unlicensed and I am well aware that unlicensed individuals can still have vast knowledge of certain products and their proper usage. But when someone comes into a beautician's supply shop and asks for advice on coloring or mixing colors, and the person working doesn't have any idea, they should let you know that. Several times I have gone in for hair dye whether, blonde, red, brown, and sometimes I am confident the employee has ample knowledge and other times it's a disaster. If you are unsure that the Sally's employee knows what they're talking about, be sure to speak with your regular beautician or stylist.

But it's totally worth it. The dyes are so much better in the bottle than the box, but not quite worth $60 for a dye.

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