Woah, $330 for a colour and cut - and I only wanted a trim, although unfortunately that's not what I got. I was quite happy with my colour. The colourist listened to me, explained what they had in mind, and delivered what they'd described. But it was a different story when it came to my cut. Despite saying I didn't like layers, the stylist suggested they cut light layers and then cut heavy layers around my face - right where I didn't want them. I don't like it and they will take a long time to grow out. The worst part was they did my "consultation" when I was sitting at a table with my hair in foils and no mirror in front of me - it was really hard to explain what I wanted, and I don't think they really cared. It staggers belief that a hairdresser would do a consultation without even seeing the hair they were cutting - then charge $110 for the privilege. They also got me to flip my hair over my head when they were cutting so I couldn't even see how they was cutting it. I've never had a hairdresser cut my hair like that and I don't think anyone would really call it a good cut.
It's a very la-di-dah salon - which is great if you don't mind paying for their interior design job and inhouse promo magazine instead of a good haircut. Everyone calls you darling and lovely which is kind of phoney especially when they give you a dodgy haircut.