Hair Cuttery Prices

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Hair Cuttery is a chain of hair salons that provides a variety of affordable services for people of all ages. Today, they have over 800 salons located mainly along the East Coast.

These salons focus on going above and beyond for their clients by giving them fresh hairstyles designed to make them look their best and meet their goals.

Hair Cuttery prices start at around $28 for a standard adult haircut which includes shampoo and conditioning.

Why Choose Hair Cuttery?

While Hair Cuttery is a chain of franchises and company-owned salons, it still has that family-friendly small business feel that makes customers keep returning month after month.

Customers enjoy the fabulous prices while coming away astounded that they were able to get such an amazing haircut for a low price.

At Hair Cuttery, customers experience the classy feel of being in a high-end feel salon without feeling the cost in their wallets. The stylists also add to this posh feeling by providing complete consultations and unique cuts and styles based on one’s face shape and personal desires.

Clients can even bring in pictures from magazines or Pinterest to show stylists the type of cut or color they like.

At the end of the salon experience, stylists ensure that every customer leaves feeling completely happy and satisfied with the results.

The beauty of a Hair Cuttery salon is that clients can enjoy friendly, individualized services at great prices without the need for an appointment.

Hair Cuttery prices

Services Offered

Hair Cuttery salons offer a full range of cuts and styling services for men and women. Their value packages also include some of the most popular options at discounted prices to help clients enjoy full treatments that allow them to leave the salon feeling their most beautiful.

For example, the VIP treatment includes a shampoo, scalp massage, and haircut.

They also offer a complete array of chemical services, from Redken chemistry treatments to highlights, all-over colors, and relaxers. Keratin treatments soften hair, while perms and texturizing treatments add depth to hair.

Salons also offer waxing services for the face, hands, and forearms. Men can choose gray blending treatments or full-color applications to look their most distinguished.

Children who are eight years old and younger can get discounted shampoos, haircuts, clarifying treatments, or simple bang trims.

Hair Cuttery Price List

Disclaimer: Prices above are for estimate only. The data has been gathered from various sources (online, on-site, and/or via phone). Pricing may vary from one location to another of the same salon brand or may not be current. To confirm current pricing, please contact your local salon.


All Signature Cut and Blowout Services include a relaxing shampoo and conditioning
Signature Cut$28
Signature Cut with Classic Blowout$42
Signature Cut with Deluxe Blowout$63
Signature Kid's Cut 10 & Under$19
Artistic Clipper Design$19
Deluxe Artistic Clipper Design$31
Classic Set or Wrap$23
Classic Updo$23
Special Occasion Design$46
Long Hair Blowout+$13


All color services include eyebrow tint, a relaxing shampoo, conditioning & Classic Blowout
Single Color$74
Root Touch-Up with Gloss$101
Gloss/Tone/Fashion Color$27
Foil Highlights
Partial / Full
$68 / $102
Balayage Highlights
Partial / Full
$79 / $113
Specialty Highlights$127
Single Color & Foils
Partial / Full
$142 / $176
Single Color & Balayage
Partial / Full
$153 / $187
Platinum Card Highlights$160
Corrective Color*Priced at Consultation


Relaxer - Texturizer$87
Specialty Perm$101
Keratin*Priced at Consultation


All Value Packages include a Signature Cut, Treatment, a Classic Blowout and savings on regularly priced hair care products.
Value Package Signature Cut w/Classic Blowout$54
Value Package Signature Cut with Deluxe Blowout$75
Value Package Single Color$114
Value Package Root Touch-Up with Gloss$141
Foil Highlights
Partial / Full
$108 / $142
Balayage Highlights
Partial / Full
$119 / $153
Single Color & Foils
Partial / Full
$182 / $216
Single Color & Balayage
Partial / Full
$193 / $227
Value Package Perm$129
Value Package Relaxer Retouch$126
Value Package Relaxer - Texturizer$176


Clarifying Treatment$17
Olaplex 4 in 1 Moisture Treatment$17
Olaplex Supplement Treatment$20
Olaplex Stand Alone Treatment$24
Olaplex Express Treatment$17
Cibu Treatments$17
Curling - Flat Iron Finish$10
Curling/Flat Iron Set (add-on only)$15
Brow Shaping/Facial Zone Hair Removal$13
Brow Tint$13
Olaplex Chelating Treatment$24
Hair ExtensionsPriced at Consultation

Salon Hours

Disclaimer: Hours of operation may vary slightly from one location to the next. To confirm current hours, please contact your local salon.
Monday9:00am – 9:00pm
Tuesday9:00am – 9:00pm
Wednesday9:00am – 9:00pm
Thursday9:00am – 9:00pm
Friday9:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday8:00am – 7:00pm
Sunday9:00am – 6:00pm

Products Sold

Hair Cuttery offers a salon-exclusive brand called Cibu, which includes shampoos, conditioners, dry shampoos, treatment oils, styling products, and travel-sized products.

Many of these products are sulfate and paraben-free for health-conscious consumers. All are safe on color-treated hair; many are formulated for dry, oily, frizzy, or aging hair.

However, Hair Cuttery also offers popular products from the Redken and Matrix lines, which are high-end salon brands. In addition, customers can pick up tools at most salons to help them cleanse and style their hair.

Many of these tools are also under the Cibu line and include combs, blowdrying brushes, and paddle brushes. Hot Tools hair dryers, flat irons, and curling irons are popular investment products for many customers.

Company History

Dennis and Ann Ratner began the Hair Cuttery line of salons in 1974. The year prior, Dennis had been working for a family salon business, and Ann was getting progressively frustrated with the subpar level of hair care offered where she lived on the East Coast. Together, they drew up a business plan, and Hair Cuttery has thrived ever since.

Today, Hair Cuttery has over 850 company-owned and franchised salons and over 12,000 employees and associates. The salons are located mainly along the East Coast, including the New England area and Florida.

Some can also be found in Chicago as the company continues to grow. Mastercuts and Sport Clips are two popular brands that compete with Hair Cuttery.

Hair Cuttery is proud to be called the largest family-owned salon business in the United States today. While some salon brands have more franchises, they are not family-owned. Therefore, Hair Cuttery can boast that it has that small-town, family feel that many clients crave.

Currently, Phil Horvath is the president and chief operating officer of Hair Cuttery. He has been in this position since 2016 and accumulated over 25 years of experience in the salon business and sales prior to that.

With new leadership, there are sure to be many fresh new ideas at this already great chain of salons.

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16 thoughts on “Hair Cuttery Prices”

  1. Hair Cuttery also offers special services like hair braiding, weaves, dred locks ( starting and upkeep). So which leaves the fact how are they priced? Can the “Designer Stylist “ make up their own prices when Hair Cuttery does not have these on the Service Bill Board in the shop. I’ve had my locks maintained for a few years by a “Designer Stylist” is what now she is called compliments of Hair Cuttery…. charged me a significant amount after my service was finished, I was taken back. However her response was “ My prices went up because hair Cuttery has promoted her. She does a good job however there’s never a break down in this particular service which gives her the right to charge clients w/ locks like myself to whatever she feels the price should b on the service visit…. please advise in a response to this… ty

    • I would speak to the manager of that particular location. The prices of many services can vary depending on hair length, condition, etc. but it shouldn’t come as a surprise to you the customer. But I consider this particular stylist’s response unprofessional. If you want, you could also send a private message to them on their Facebook page. They seem to do a really good job responding to any complaints.

  2. Today I was taken back at the price I was charged as well. A cut, shampoo and blow dry went from 25 dollars to 36.95. Hair already short, so no extreme changes. I really like my stylist but thought it was pricy. May have to make a tough decision.

  3. I am very disappointed with 7 Corners Hair Cuttery. I have short hair and get it washed, trimmed and blown dry. I was charged $39.00 and the Credit Card machine does not even show the price, and service on my bank statement does not say Hair Cuttery I also do not get a receipt. Machine also asks if you want to add 15, 20, 25% tip but does not say amount of service. My card statement on computer shows 7 Corners Shopping Center and not Hair Cuttery.
    Since when did your prices go up to $39.00 plus a tip? I used to pay $25-27 at Hair Cuttery.

    • Prices have gone up everywhere because of the current world situation. Stylists have to give themselves a raise somehow, the only way to do that is to raise prices. They are price matched and no higher than any salon in their tier (JCPenney, Sports Clips and Supercuts).

      As far as the pin pad not telling you price, that’s your stylists job. Not the machinery.

  4. Prices seem to have shot up, since I went in September. I’ve been going to Hair Cuttery, since 2009. Same with my sons. Your prices have more than doubled, just in the last few years. My son ended up paying a 20% tip on not only his haircut but his shampoo purchase, which we could ill afford. But, the new tip system confused him. That should not have happened. Asking for a 20% tip on a shampoo purchase, on top of services rendered, is inappropriate. It seems that your haircuts have gone up into the $52 dollar range, when blowdry is included. I know that your company is hurting, financially. But, we will be coming less often or go elsewhere, if this trend continues. You’ve forgotten about your customers and the promoting stylists, to raise their comes across as secretive. There’s nothing up front about the rates, at all. I had absolutely no idea what my haircut cost until I was asked to pay.

  5. If I go back to hair cuttery there will be NO tip. Looks like I need to find new salon. The customers are hurting financially JUST like your employees!

  6. I like my stylist . And my hair was beautiful. However, the price was high. 158.00 for a relaxer , trim, curl and shape up also I had my brows done. I like the stylist, but cannot go there anymore. Other ladies at work told me that they could have informed me of prices stated the same thing. This why they no longer go there because of prices. We all aware of the world’s status and its economic situation. But low income citizens like to look good too. The better the appearance of a person , better confidence , improve life standards. In addition I gave her a tip. Since I have viewed the other reviews. I am now thinking maybe the tip was included in the price of service.

    • Hmmm I had the same situation. I got just a trim of my ends and blow dry and the cost was $51. I was shocked. Maybe the tip was included in that price but it wasn’t mentioned and I tipped on top of that. Very disappointed. The reason I go there in the first place is to save money. I will be looking elsewhere.

  7. We tried to set up for a trim, full highlight. They tried to add on root touch up which I said not needed, but the price they quoted was 223.00!!! I would never pay that price at a Hair Cuttery. If you look at the 2021 pricing chart, it still doesn’t add up to that price. I feel they are trying to rip people off. I already over tip as it isso I guess I will have to price other places too.

  8. My husband went to the Hair Cuttery in Norfolk VA today. His haircut before tip was $29.00 for a man’s haircut. No trim just a haircut. Told him no more. We will be going to Great Clips or Supercuts for now on. No more than 18.00. 29.00 for a man’s haircut!

  9. I have been a Hair Cuttery for decades but today I was honestly shocked at what I was charged. I went for a shampoo and cut and an eyebrow wax. Went online to check the prices for September with the shampoo and cut at $18. and eyebrow wax at $10. I read also a $3.00 off thru 9/9. I called to make an appointment with the lady I always go to and after asking about the $3 off the manager said yes they had it. At the register was a different story with no 3 dollar off and my cut was 31.00 and eyebrow wax $15. I asked why and their reason is each hairdresser charges a different price. Then comes the tip walking away with a $55.20 charge. Never will I walk in there again.

    • COVID and new disinfecting protocols, lack of staff (hopefully people get back to work after getting government handouts that pay more than their jobs), inflation, and greed (by some owners) all play a role in prices bouncing around.


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