Testimonials for Sport Clips Haircuts of Louisville - Centennial Pavilions

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 based on 182 Client reviews

John S. | June 23, 2018

"Affordable, relaxing, friendly staff"

Mark D. | June 23, 2018

"The customer service....professionalism, pleasant technicians, quality of service, helpfulness, etc. is what brings me back."

stuart b. | June 21, 2018

"friendly help good value"

warren l. | June 18, 2018

"The staff in Louisville is very friendly, efficient and I get a great haircut too! 👍🏻"

Dave L. | June 18, 2018

"Christal has been the best Stylist that I’ve had in years!!! I drive a distance to have her cut my hair. She’s always friendly and connects with her clients! And she listens and cares about her clients requests. Dave Lambeth "

Jim K. | June 18, 2018

"Christal :)"

Elliot B. | June 17, 2018

"Friendly service and a great haircut. I’ll be back!"

Chris M. | June 16, 2018

"Stylists, price, value"

Erik E. | June 16, 2018

"As always Crystal is great! Wouldn’t go anywhere else."

Tom B. | June 15, 2018

"Ah, June - a threshold time of honoring new life transitions. After all, following spring, summer begins soon next week. In a recent interview with Jerry Seinfeld, who was getting philosophical (with sincerity and not trying to be funny) about the craft of comedy, he said: “Talent is a horse that you just find yourself on, and the extent that you can learn to ride it, or it throws you — that’s how I think of a career. A rider on a horse. You’re trying to control this talent, you have this talent, you discovered you have this thing and now it’s how do I make it work,” said Seinfeld. That metaphor sticks. Regardless of one’s calling or profession or line of work, regardless of the degree or depth of talent one has or doesn’t have - managing it, managing yourself, making it work: isn’t that likely an ultimate measurement of success ... or lack of success. Christal manages her time and talents well - as a stylist and as a manager ... and she does so with an enthusiastic, positive and joyful attitude. All this by way of saying, I like my haircut and I like the way Christal runs the store!"