senimoni said:I've really only been to black salons, it seems that the booth renters are more guilty of this then those who are commission (ie the salon manages the books).
That is what has happened to me, I found a stylist I really liked at first her renter where more mature ladies, but I don't think that they were getting enough clients for her. Then she got 2 girls straight out of school and one seriously ghetto fabulous lady. My stylist used to have professional working womena, but a lot have stop coming because of the "element" that is in the shop now.
If you call my stylist and she is not there you may get a she ain't here yet and not get to leave a message. They eat at their stations, and before you could have beverages but no food in the waiting area, now it smells like chicken wings, and people are taking naps on the couches. I have been looking for some where else to go and so are a lot of her others ones. It is sad that she feels she can't enforce her rules for fear of losing money.