Better off at Great Clips.
All show. No talent. I get it. You like rockabilly. That's no excuse for giving terrible haircuts. I admit that I tried this place because of the hipness factor. It looked like a dive bar version of a hair cut place - just my speed. However, there weren't the equivalent of cool bartenders, more like the know nothing pretty faces you get at a trendy bar in Power and Light.
Metaphors aside, the fact is that I received an amateur haircut at a professional price. I was not happy with quality at all.
In this job market, you'd think they could find someone with a little experience. I was cut up by a young woman that had no clue how to cut hair. She seemed scared through the whole time I was getting a simple trim - like I was her first customer ever. I felt like I had to walk her through the whole thing. She was done. But forgot to trim the neck. Then she was done. So I had to ask to get the sideburns done. She was done. But then she remembered to blow dry. But she apparently got bored, because she stopped when my hair was still wet. She was done and asked if I was happy. With wet hair combed straight back and without having been offered a mirror to look at the back, how can I tell if I'm happy with it?
If you've ever wanted to teach hair styling, here's your chance. Chop Tops needs a customer willing to walk the stylist through each and every decision. Just a terrible, terrible experience!