Where is the Best Haircut in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania?
Found this hair studio in Wexford about a month ago. Met the owner “Stephen” and had just the most wonderful experience ever. The staff was warm and friendly. Thet greeted me as I walked in the door, hung my coat and served me a relaxing green tea. Had a lovely conversation with the owner wnd found that he had just bought the salon last summer. I was impressed by everything from the decor to the great service and the excellent conversations and last but not least the awesome haircut by “Kathy”. Ohhh did forget to mention when they found out it was my birthday another one of the stylists “Lavietta” gave me a complimentary hand massage. They should rename this place “Bliss”.
I moved to Pittsburgh 2 years ago from Houston thinking it was easy to find a nice place to get a decent haircut. i’ve tried all kinds of places that had a reputable name, but non of them was worth what i paid until i found Vita Stile. From the moment i made my appointment to the moment i opened that door, i knew i was in for a treat! This salon speaks modern tranquility and sophisticated professionalism. The wide open spaces of where your hair is washed and cut to the openess of where your nails are made pretty, Vita Stile has one of the best accomodations of all your pampering needs. I was even served hot tea on a cold, snowy day. Wine was also available, but i’m saving that for a summer afternoon. Best of all my stylist, Leigh Ann Harvey, was extremely knowledgable about the hairstyles that would look good on me. She’s honest and meticulate with every cut, yet she’s gentle in transforming you into nothing but FABULOUS!! I would recommend anybody and everybody to try Vita Stile, whet
Hi my name is Dana Bannon of Capristo Salon & Wellness Spa. First i would like to extend my sincerest apologies to Client Papillion7 for having a negative experience at the salon. I never want a client to leave dissatisfied with their services and/or have a feeling of humiliation when they look in the mirror.As a Stylist I have always prided myself on my client consultations and continue to always have them even once the client is no longer “new”. I feel that my job as a stylist is to have open conversations with the clients that choose me and to make sure that we reach a common understanding before even heading back to the shampoo area. If any significant length was removed or a style was created and it it was not what you had envisioned, i do apologize and please know it was not from any careless mistakes, not paying attention or being “scissor happy”.As a stylist i pride myself on having a vision when creating a look on a client. That vision is a collaboration of what suits the face
I have always marveled over the way the regional manager has treated all the employees of the salon. While having my hair cut and colored I have witnessed her ALWAYS greeting every employee with a smile, addressing them all by name and telling them they were doing a great job. As employees come in to her area to sweep up the cut hair and change the towels all are treated like they are an important part of the salon staff. This is something we see far to little of in business these days. And as far as salon staying modern with styles and color techniques, I have never known anyone more dedicated to ongoing education in the area of style than the regional manager who I know to attend continuing education classes in New York City on an annual basis, and having companies come in to the salon and update the technicians with new coloring techniques. Just 3 weeks ago I decided to make a major change to my hair style. I had been wearing my hair in a long layered style and decided it