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By: Holly S.
First Edition
Jenna is great! They sell aveda products! My hair cut always grows out nice so I never have awkward hair:). And after my first hair cut she called me a week later to make sure I still liked my cut!?! I mean DANG that is some over the top great service!
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By: Jenetta S.
Salon Jenae
Went in for a simple wash and cut to begin my natural process. Called before hand to see if they worked with natural hair and how much it would be. I was lied to about both. First off the lady on the phone didn't sound like she knew what she was talking about (my first sign) and also said it would be about $30-$40. So I go in and yes the atmosphere was nice, but the workers weren't. Also when I walked in there was a white lady getting weave put in (my second sign). My stylist wouldn't listen to anything I wanted done to MY hair and ended up doing something to my hair that I didn't want. Instead of just washing and cutting it like I wanted and all I wanted he put these products in my hair and then blew it out after I just said I wanted to start wearing my hair natural.. who does that? Throughout the whole process he and his coworker who I later found out was the owner (what a joke) continuously criticized me about how I wanted my hair and that only people with good hair should go natural blah, blah, blah. (My third sign). So by the end of it I ended up having to pay $70 for the products put in my hair (that I didn't want) and for what was done to my hair (I also didn't want). By the time I got home, not even an hour later one side of my head had already frizzed up, it looked uneven, and my hair was greasy as f@#$, which I hate by the way. I should've paid attention to the signs, but lesson learned. Please do not let these people lie to you. They do not know the first thing about natural hair.
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By: Kyvierra H.
Salon Jenae
I went in for a basic twist out. My twist out came out super frizzy. The hairstyle couldn't even stay and make it to day two hair absolutely pathetic.
By: Jim T.
Hair Stadium
Great job every time. Hardly ever have to wait as a walk in. Keep up the good work!
By: robin.n
Envy Salon
I have been going to Envy Salon for almost a year - Brooke is the owner and she is so awesome, great customer service, her Salon is cozy-wonderful decor and warming colors, relaxing music playing - it's just a very relaxing place to be. She is very honest about ideas for your hair type with cut or colors. My daughter and I both got color/hightlights recently and I have to say the best I have had! And I received a wonderful cut too! I could not have asked for more - she gave her all and focused on us as clients. LOVE the place and Brooke.
By: pandabear.brendak
I enjoy getting my hair done here. Wendy is very attentive to my needs. Laurie is awesome too. I have layers in my hair and they look very nice. I get color done here too and the girls are very good and getting the color to match my skin tones. I definitely recommend getting your hair done here. My children also enjoy going here as well.
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