DON'T GO TO RHONDA.
Don't go to Rhonda
skarrlett2 - 08/20/2009
My sister had the hair cut from Hell yesterday from Rhonda. After plenty of haircut photos and conversation about how short my sister wanted her hair cut (no more than 4 inches) Rhonda proceeded to cut as she so desired in the manner of "Edward Sissor Hands". By the time the butchering was finished, my sister had a haircut of a combination of an elderly lady and a man's haricut of no more than "2 inches in length"in some places. As my sister began to tell Rhonda that she could not go home looking like this, Rhonda started getting loud and telling my sister that she has never had anyone "not like their haircut". She said that my sister "should have said in the beginning about how she wanted her hair". (Rhonda even said that my sister's hair looked like a helicopter on top because it was sooooo square looking). What is wrong with this woman????? Rhonda even jerked the photo from my sister and took it over to the other hair dresser (the owner) loudly shouting all of the time and upsetting the other customer as well as the owner. One would think that the owner would try to step in and take control of things but this did not happen either. It's as if everyone is afraid to say anything to Rhonda.....My sister was humiliated beyond belief. The character that Rhonda has displayed is very scary and my sister was speachless & tearful as Rhonda began her never-ending, out-of control ranting. Rhonda even started sweeping up the hair and with further humilitation, swept over my sister's feet two times as if she was not a human being. Again, be very careful not to make her angry ....You just may get the Wrath of Rhonda!!!!!!!!!!! And a BAD haircut to boot!!!!!!! Try fixing your hair every day until it grows back after all of that!!!!!!
A formal complaint has been filed with the Texas State Cosmotology Board. Phone calls have been made to the owner directly, but nothing has been done as of yet.(SHE WAS A WITNESS TO THE WHOLE THING) This hair dresser needs to be run straight out of town so that no one else has to put up with this sort of mental anguish.