I'm new to town and I need a haircut! I'm looking for a stylist who can work with me and give me a modern/trendy look when I need it. I would love some suggestions. I've had the same stylist for ten years; it's been awhile since I've needed to look for one!
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I like Shamas Urban Retreat. They have a location in Sylvania and one in Perrysburg.
(If I recall correctly, the owner of Shamas is David Broadway's son. I used to get my hair cut at David Broadway, but my stylist left. Didn't know where she went when she left, so I bounced around a few other locations before ending up at Shamas.)
Full Circle on Sylvania Ave in Sylvania in the shopping center in back of Handels Ice Cream...also recommend the ice cream:)
Another really nice salon is Camelot out off Airport Hwy in Holland. They're on a side street tucked in behind Autozone. They also have a websit Camelot Salon
United Hair & Tan Lines on Airport Hwy (Connie) Goofy name for an upscale salon. A fair number of Camelot stylists have moved over there.
I would recommend my daughter Toni. You can see her at Fiesta Hair Salon in Perrysburg.
27072 Carronade Dr
Perrysburg, OH 43551
If you go to Shamas, ask for Dory. She's been there for years and does a great job!
This may not mean anything coming from a guy, but also check out Attitudes. I've been seeing Sarah at the Heatherdowns salon for 7 years, and she's absolutely phenomenal.
The Beauty Bar on Central Ave between Secor and Douglas...Sarah Jones is great. I love it there.
Stick with my daughter she'll do a good job.
It really depends how much money you want to spend. If you want a more upscale salon go to Shamas, it is very nice. But it also costs more. If you just want a haircut check out ToledoLatina's daughter. Or if you are middle of the road try The Chic or Amazin on Sylvania near the Monroe intersection.
Wow, thanks! And ToledoLatina, I love that you're so proud of your daughter. Heading to Perrysburg will give me an "excuse" to stop by Mr. Freeze! Thanks to everyone for your suggestions! I've got enough recommendations that if I don't like my first cut, I can work my way through. Thanks so much!
Me too. Copying the list. If my gal moves or relocates farther than I want to drive ( they do move around don't they!) I've some real good places to try.
Also, if you're looking for a great stylist, I'd suggest Tiffany Hayward. Several of my friends use her. She has a very creative flair. (But will do just a "normal cut" if that's what the client wants too.)
She worked at David Broadway for years, and then decided to go independent. She rents a booth at Ron Salon on Harroun Rd in Sylvania (right across from Sylvania Vet).
She has all the "upscale salon" experience, but all the flexibility of an independent contractor. Extremely flexible with scheduling appointments to meet clients needs - I know some of my friends have been able to squeeze in early morning appointments before work, etc.
Here's her contact info:
4830 Harroun Rd.