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What Are Supercuts Prices?

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Supercuts prices are some of the best in the business. This nationwide chain of hair salons offers a full menu of services to customers beyond haircuts.

When you visit one of their 2,400 locations, you can get a haircut, trim, color or highlight, style, shampoo and conditioning, waxes, and more. 

With Supercuts prices starting at just $14 for a haircut and $25 for highlights, it’s hard to find a salon that offers a more affordable hair care experience. 

If you want to know exactly how much Supercuts charges for their services, I found out that you can’t rely on some of the estimates and speculative prices from third parties online.

Many of these prices are based on generic averages from other salons or are years out of date. All Supercuts salons will post their menu of services along with prices inside, so you can always check there.

But most of us would rather know the pricing ahead of time. That’s why we’ve checked with a few Supercuts salons across the country to find out their exact prices and come up with a nationwide average. 

Keep reading to see how much you’ll pay for each service at Supercuts, compare pricing from different locations, and find out what the nationwide averages are for this chain of highly-rated salons. 

Average Supercuts Prices

ServiceLow EndAverageHigh End
Supercut II$20.95$22.45$23.95
Supercut III$29.95$36.98$44
Supercut Jr. and Sr.$13.95$16.45$18.95
Conditioning treatment$12$12.5$13
Tea Tree Experience$10$10$10
Blow dry/hot tool styling$23$30$37
Beard/bang trim$9$9.5$10
Tip color$25$35$45

Supercuts charges anywhere from $14 to $44 for a haircut, depending on the add-ons you apply to your visit. On the low end of pricing ($14-$20) is the basic Supercut®.

On the high end ($22-$44) is the Supercut III®, which comes with bonuses like a shampoo and blow dry. If you’re getting a color service (partial or full highlights, tip color, gray coverage), prices at Supercuts start at $25.

All-over Supercolor® services usually start at $35For basic services that can be bundled with a haircut or purchased a la carte, like shampooing, blow drying, bang and beard trims, and the Tea Tree Experience, prices range from about $5 to about $10.

Blowout styles for long hair cost more. Brow, lip, and chin waxing are $6 to $10 at most Supercuts locations. Brows are typically a dollar or two more than lip and chin waxing. 

For a more in-depth look at how Supercuts prices their services and what each service includes, check out Supercuts Prices by Service below. 

Supercuts Prices by Service

Supercuts offers a range of hair services. They usually list their haircuts as the Supercut, Supercut II, Supercut III, and Supercut IV. Most locations also offer a Supercut Jr. for children 12 and under and a Supercut Sr. for seniors aged 65 and up. 

Before we get into the pricing for these services, let’s look at what each service includes. 

Haircut Services

  • Supercut®: Haircut and Hot Towel Refresher®
  • Supercut II®: Shampoo, haircut, Hot Towel Refresher®
  • Supercut III®: Shampoo, haircut, simple blow dry, Hot Towel Refresher®
  • Supercut IV®: Shampoo, haircut, simple blow dry, hot tool styling, Hot Towel Refresher®
  • Supercut Jr.®: Kids’ haircut (12 and under) and Hot Towel Refresher®
  • Supercut Sr.®: Senior haircut (65 and up) and Hot Towel Refresher®
  • Beard/bang trim: Cut limited to the beard or bangs between visits

Hair Styling Services

  • Blow dry: A simple blow dry after a shampoo
  • Blowout: A blow dry into a smooth style after a shampoo
  • Hot tool styling: Flat iron or curling iron to style the hair after drying

Hair Color Services

  • Supercolor®: All-over hair color applied to achieve a uniform look
  • Highlights: Lighten small sections of hair with bleach to add dimension
  • Lowlights: Dark small sections of hair with color to add dimension
  • Tip color: Application of color strictly to the ends (tips) of hair 
  • Gray blending: Scattered application of color to blend and lessen gray 

Add-On Services

  • Shampoo: A shampoo before cutting or styling the hair
  • Conditioning treatment: Deep-conditioning treatment applied to the hair after shampooing
  • Tea Tree Experience: Tea tree shampoo and scalp massage 
  • Waxing: Hot wax applied to brow, lip, or chin to remove unwanted hair

Different locations charge their own prices, so you may see some Supercuts charging more or less for a service than others. We want to help you get a sense of the price range for different services.

So we’ve taken a close-up look at the prices for six different locations across the U.S. These locations are in New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Tennessee, and California.

Overall, we saw the highest Supercuts pricing in New York, followed by California. The lowest Supercuts prices we reviewed were in Tennessee and Michigan. 

Here’s a look at how the services are priced individually at these different locations. We’ve ranked them from the most expensive locations on our list to the least expensive. 

Supercuts Pricing in New York City, NY

ServiceLow EndHigh End
Supercut II$23-
Supercut III$32$44
Supercut Jr. and Sr.$18.95-
Conditioning treatment$13-
Tea Tree Experience$10-
Blow dry/hot tool styling$23$37
Beard/bang trim$9-
Supercolor$25 and up-
Tip color$25$45

Supercuts Pricing in Salinas, CA

ServiceLow EndHigh End
Supercut II$23.95-
Supercut III$35.95-
Supercut Jr. and Sr.$16.95-
Conditioning treatment$12-
Tea Tree Experience$10-
Blow dry/hot tool styling$35$37
Beard/bang trim$9.95and up
Supercolor$45and up
Highlights$30and up
Gray Blending$30and up

Supercuts Pricing in Roxbury, MA

ServiceLow EndHigh End
Supercut II$22.95-
Supercut III$34.95-
Supercut Jr. and Sr.$15.95-
Conditioning treatment$12-
Tea Tree Experience$10-
Blow dry/hot tool styling$30-
Beard/bang trim$9.95-
Supercolor$30and up
Highlights$30and up
Gray Blending$30and up
All over color$45and up

Supercuts Pricing in Oakland, PA 

ServiceLow EndHigh End
Supercut II$20.95-
Supercut III$29.95-
Supercut IV$39.95
Supercut Jr. and Sr.$12.95-
Shampoo and Blowout$30-
Hot tool style$25-
Shampoo, blowout, & hot tool style$40.00-
Beard/bang trim$7-
Special occasion Jr (updo or braid)$30-
SupercolorPrice variesConsultation required

Supercuts Pricing in Sterling Heights, MI

ServiceLow EndHigh End
Supercut Jr.$13.95-
Supercut Sr.$14.95-
Conditioning treatment$12and up
Blowouts$25and up
Highlights$25and up
Gray Blending$30and up
All over color$50and up

Supercuts Pricing in Mt. Juliet, TN

ServiceLow EndHigh End
Supercut Jr.$13.95-
Supercut Sr.$14.95-
Conditioning treatment$12and up
Blowouts$25and up
Highlights$25and up
Gray Blending$30and up
All over color$50and up

Average Supercuts Prices

Nationwide, the price for a basic haircut (Supercut®) at Supercuts ranges from $14 to $21. Most are priced at about $16-$18. The price for a haircut with shampoo (Supercut II®) ranges from $17 to $24. Most are priced at about $20-$22. 

The price for a haircut with shampoo and blow dry ranges from $24 to $44. Most are priced in the range of $32-$35. Haircuts for kids and seniors range in price from $13 to $18. 

You’ll usually pay about $5 more to add a shampoo to any service and about $12 to add a blow dry. If you want a conditioning treatment, that will tack on anywhere from $10 to $13.

Get the Tea Tree Experience with a scalp massage for $8 to $10. For a complete blowout and style, you’ll pay somewhere between $14 and $37, depending on the location. 

All-over colors start at $25 but may be as much as $50. Highlights also start at $25, but may cost up to $115 in certain locations for full highlights. Tip color ranges from $25 to $45.

Gray blending is $25 to $30 in most cases. If you’re getting a brow, lip, or chin wax, expect the price to be somewhere between $6 and $10.

Lip and chin waxes usually cost a little less than eyebrow waxes, but some locations charge a flat $10 fee for all waxing.

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Supercuts Pricing vs Other Chains

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So, is Supercuts actually a good place for an affordable haircut and style? We think so. While some of the Supercuts locations in more metropolitan areas have higher prices than their other locations, the average prices are still pretty low. 

Consider that the average haircut in the United States costs $35 and up. If you look at high-end salons, the prices can soar into the hundreds and even thousands.

With haircuts at Supercuts starting at $14 and going up to $44 for a cut, shampoo, and blow dry in the New York City location, this is very affordable pricing by comparison. 

You may be able to find a haircut that is slightly cheaper than Supercuts at a salon like Great Clips (cuts starting at $13).

But for a salon that also offers hair color services, waxing, and a range of hair styling options, the price for a haircut at Supercuts is low. Sound Good? Find a Supercuts Near You Today.

Author: Debra Carpenter

Debra is a Nashville-based content creator and strategist. As the daughter of a long-time hair stylist and salon owner, she’s spent most of her life as a guinea pig for new color and cut techniques. Writing for respected publications like Forbes and HuffPost, she’s committed to bringing her passion for great hair to the masses.