Overall Experience Reviews For Sport Clips Haircuts of Enid

1 rating

you guys fired the best barber you had!!!!! she did nothing wrong. I will never be back into your business. I work at a local hospital and will let everyone I know here how you treated her. she does not have her own shop!!!! She was a great employee for you guys. She cut my hair and did a fine job. The wait is to long I waited 72 minutes for mine but because Angie was cutting it I stayed. I will be going back to Blue jays barber shop from now on!!!! I know Angie personally she does not have her own shop how dare you fire her for conflict of interest. There was no conflict.

5 rating

Several weeks ago I was in town on business and needed a haircut so I stopped in. I didn't wait very long before I was very warmly greeted by a very nice barber named Angie. She was very pleasant to deal with and we had a wonderful conversation while she cut my hair. The entire atmosphere was kinda fun as well as professional, and Angie fit right in well. I only wish I was a local, they would get my business indefinitely!! Great Job!!!!

1 rating

THE manager did a wonderful haircut for my son, as he is African American Cherokee and IT'S hard to find a good stylist up here. I was APPALLED at the Co-workers of the manager. I had my first time free haircut during school hours. Had to bring my son when he WASN'T in school. THE lady that did my hair told me his would be free, not to worry about the coupon. When asking if she was sure she replied, "sure I'm the manager." IT turns out the manager, who cut my son's hair is also African American. THE lady that cut mine, and stated my son's would be free as well, basically LIED and I went on to pay $18.00 for a 10 year old MVP haircut. A regular haircut isn't but 15. I never complain in stores, restaurants, ect. TODAY $20:00 WAS ALL WE HAD FOR OUR DAY OUT. I'M A DISABLED VET. OBVIOUSLY WE HAD NO DAY OUT. Though I brought the free haircut coupon in earlier in the week, the stylist wouldn't acknowledge it. I initially told the stylist, who I found was the true Manager, Mrs. Aywana, that the prior stylist said she'd remember as she was the mgr. I felt really stupid, and then lied too, and ripped off. It isn't the money. It's the attitude toward the Mrs. Aywana, the lies over a kids haircut, and $18.00 dollars. That's half a tank of gas. I FELT BAD FOR WHAT SEEMED LIKE A RACIST ATTITUDE TOWARD MY AFRICAN AMERICAN SON, AS WELL AS THE MANAGER.

Rated 2.3 out of 5.0 based on 3 Client reviews