When HOPSCOTCH opened in 1994, it pioneered a new direction in hair style. Literally. It reversed the traffic flow from East-West to West-East!
For years, people had commuted from Greenwich to Gotham, eager to combine New York style with Connecticut lifestyle. HOPSCOTCH, instead imported New York stylist to Greenwich. This novel idea of bringing a city salon to local customers saved Connecticut clients considerable time, expense, and bother. It proved valuable for both working women and mothers who could more easily fit a salon stop into a busy schedule without giving up precious family time.
Today, "Connecticut's Manhattan hair salon" continues to set new trends. Responding to a growing demand, the salon has moved to its new quarters - a sleek, sophisticated, smart salon that nearly doubles the space available for staff and customers.
HOPSCOTCH, where more room, more stylists, and more convenience mean less waiting, less crowding, less hassle. Connecticut's favorite "Manhattan" salon now offers a space as ...
It is my pleasure to write an excellent review for Suzanna. This was my first appointment with her but i hope will be the first of many facials. As a matter of fact, I made a second appointment for November before I left the salon. Her major focus was on cleaning my pores but she also created an atmosphere in the room that totally relaxed me and put me at ease. Hopscotch is lucky to have Suzanna!!
My hair had become very brassy and one dimensional, and ashley fixed it to a darker, more Jennifer Aniston color . Big change for me, but I trust her completely with my color. She is as nice as she is talented...
Michele Levy has the worst bedside manner I've ever met in a professional setting. Furthermore, she is not a nice person, which is why it is so difficult for her to treat her patients with genuine helpfulness and honesty. I believe she uses pretense instead to help her own pockets. Like practically forcing Optomap on me when I didn't really need to, then saying that I will go blind when I'm 60, and suffer far-sightedness when I'm 40. I'm 39, no signs of far-sightedness. I want facts, not scare tactics. Is it bshe's desperate to pay for her new Optomap machine? My eye health so far has been great except for near-sightedness. She concluded after the Optomap photo(Which I had to pay extra for), that I have a bit of redness in my eyes. Somewhere in this Dante's hell, she also asked which Asian nationality I was because we "all looked alike." Not quite sure if this had anything to do with my eye exam, although when asked, she gave a feeble excuse of certain Asian ethnicities having eye problems. I will never go back to her, she has some sort of underlying emotional problem which I had the misfortune of encountering. She put my contacts lenses back into my eyes without washing her hands,(right after the tirade about my lack of hygiene in not changing lenses enough). I went immediately home, threw away the lenses and scrubbed my eyes, mostly to get rid of her foul, lingering presence.