About the business
Preen, a boutique salon
Our goal is to create a memorable experience through salon esthetics, quality products, and reaching above and beyond the client’s expectations of customer care. It’s all about the experience. The professional industry through quality education and excellent customer service To inspire, excite, and motivate our staff leading them to a new creative goal and a higher artistic level Is to re-establish the unique salon experience and personal attention We have assembled a talented team of accomplished professionals offering the best in Hair, Skin and Body work.
Kimberly Melikian said 2 years ago
Beautiful and luxurious salon with gorgeous seasonal gifts and home decor!
Douglas Johnson said 2 years ago
Hands down, this place is great. It is very well thought out and provides a relaxing atmosphere for a wide range of services. Call to make an appointment first.
Susan Toste said 2 years ago
This is a good place.
Betty said 2 years ago
This was the most humiliating experience. I have never felt so discriminated against in my life! I made an appointment for 4:30 pm. At 4:10 I was driving to the salon when I get a call saying they had to move my appointment to 5:00. I arrived at 4:55 pm yet still waited 30 more minutes. At 5:25 pm I asked the receptionist how much longer and she said soon. I waited another 15 minutes. Once the hairdresser, Tiffany Makredes, finally met with me, she looked me up and down with a arrogant attitude, pausing to stare at my un-dyed roots. My hairdresser of 16 years, passed away over 2 months ago and shock and sadness at his sudden death had prevented me from looking for a new hairdresser. He was a beautiful soul that made every client feel like family. I could immediately tell that she thought I did not fit her profile of acceptable clients. She did not think I belonged in her fancy salon and she assumed I could not afford her fee. She was sorely mistaken. I am a mother of 4 and I run a small business. My husband and I have a net worth of over 7 million dollars. We live in a 2.5 million dollar (paid off) home. She asked how I colored my hair I told her and she said," Well it seems to be working for you so just keep doing that" What? So then I told her I was considering a Brazilian Blowout and she said, " I need to refer you out I do not do that treatment, it stings my eyes." So I continued trying to get some kind of service after waiting so long. I asked about a haircut and she asked, "Who was cutting your hair before"? I told her, holding back tears "Arnold Gomez" and she acknowledged that she knew of his death and said "His brother works here, go to him, I am sure he would take someone that knew his brother as a client." And with that she pulled me off the chair and said "I will have him call you, bye." I have never been treated with such prejudice. She looked at my modest appearance and "Wiry hair", her words, and assumed I could not afford her services and was not going to give me, the time of day. Her uppity attitude was unbelievable, a hairdresser? She obviously never learned the age old lesson, "You can't judge a book by it's cover."
She only wants to style hair for clients that fit her discriminatory profile.