Jean-Claude Biguine Salon

(212) 921-4484

1177 6th Ave, New York, NY | Directions   10036

40.757236 -73.982882

 
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More Categories: Manicures & Pedicures, Skin Care

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Neighborhoods: Midtown, Theater District - Times Square

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Jean-Claude Biguine Salon

Reviews for Jean-Claude Biguine Salon

over a year ago

OVERCHARGED!!!! do not visit this salon. Price painted on window says Blowouts $35.00 and in microscopic, scratched off letters "LNG AIR EXTRA" so I was charged an extra $25.00 for my hair length, (they never discussed this with me beforehand), and I was charged extra for the curling iron (curls fell out as soon as I left the salon). Don't waste your time in this ripoff salon. The shampoo girls also complain excessively in front of the clients. (Lexington ave location)

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

PLS DO NOT GO – Pls do not go to this salon for hair color if you don't want your hair to be ruined!! Girl named Adele absolutely ruined my long what used to be healthy hair. I am depressed and don't know what to do with it now. It will be a long time once I can regrow my hair. DO NOT GO!!!!!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

David left the salon the good new is you can find him www.d – David left the salon

the good new is you can find him www.davidvadimmary com

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Olga (Beguine on 45th and 6th Ave) – I get my hair cut by Olga and she always gives me a great cut. She always does exactly what I ask for. And never cuts it shorter than I would like. She is the only stylist I have found that can cut a perfect angle on BOTH sides.

I can be a bit difficult and I am so glad I found her.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

I always go to Olga – Despite the bad reviews below, I've been going to Olga for a number of years and she always gives me a good haircut. I am not a big fan of the salon itself but Olga is a good stylist and it's near my office.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

BEWARE!! – I went in to talk about an appointment and my hair and this hideous looking troll named Antoine rudely tried to brush off the question about price, so when I cut him off and stated I no longer want to talk to him and averted my attention to the female stylist he had a hissy fit and told me to leave his salon. I told him literally to zip it and I held a rate card in front of him to block his head from my view as I continued to talk to the girl. He stood up and told me to leave so I told him to "sit down little girl" and I was smiling at how angry he was getting and I was now playing with him because he was pretty useless so I told him to get on his knees and beg me to leave little man and he was so obnoxious that I just kept belittling him in front of the ladies and he was so emasculated by the tiime I left I felt I got my revenge on his RUDE behaviour and I left having fully enjoyed myself.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Haircut so bad I cried – the worst haircut I have ever had.

Do not go here.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Don't try to make an appointment if you're new~ – I stopped by this salon over lunch because it was close to my work. I asked if I could book an appointment for any time in the upcoming weeks. The receptionist was rude and didn't seem to have time for me, and would speak so quietly I could barely hear her over the hairdryers. She asked who I wanted to see. I told her I was new. She then went through this whole thing about how unless you have seen a stylist before, you cannot make an appointment. The only way is to "walk-in." I'm sorry, but I may be able to leave work early for a guaranteed appointment, but how does someone just stop by and hope to get a cut and color by just "walking in" on a weekday? Clearly they do not want new business, and they'd prefer to keep the people they do have, and then take anyone who wanders in during the non-busy hours, which according to the receptionist are "early morning" or "after two, but not after 5:30." This is NYC - is it really so hard to find a good stylist that doesn't charge $100 for a haircut??

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Go for simple – I came here after a horrifying haircut experience at Roy Teeluck Salon (don't ever let Ali Ozel touch your hair!) to slowly, gradually get a head full of terribly done layers cut out of my head. I have thick, wavy Asian hair which the aforementioned stylist took a razor to- absolute death for thick Asian hair. Anthony at the Grand Central location understood this and is slowly taking down my layers as they grow out. He is professional, soft spoken and honest and I respect that, esp in New York. I was exasperated at spending $150 for a haircut i hated before so opted for the $45 cut here, figuring how could they screw up a simple trim? It's also conveniently very close to my work. I might not go here for precision cuts or coloring, but I think it's good for the basics. The reception staff is ehh, but Anthony is great!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Horrible! – I scheduled an appointment here for a trim mainly due to convenience (i work nearby). NEVER AGAIN!! The service was horrible - rude and unprofessional. And the skill of the stylist was questionable at best. I had to argue with her about why I didn't want my ends "texturized". #1, ir's wrong from my hair type; #2, she didn't seem to have the basic skill to follow the lines of my existing haircut. Please! If you care about how you're hair looks, stay away from this place!

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