Deva Cut

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I've never had a Deva cut but I think the prices are pretty crazy. Of course, it could be worth it to get your hair looking awesome but I would think a talented stylist that is studied in curly and wavy hair would be just as good. My mom has super curly hair and she's never had a Deva cut either but the stylist she goes to always does a great job. Just my 2 cents
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I wish I could find someone that was trained in curly hair around here and didn't charge crazy amounts. Although, I'd rather pay the $55 and love my hair than pay the $25 and hate it. I will say, that I wasn't sure if my new stylist was Deva trained or not, but she is. Definitely only went to her because she specialized in curly hair. I got lucky I guess! Lol. =)


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I've never had a Deva cut but I think the prices are pretty crazy. Of course, it could be worth it to get your hair looking awesome but I would think a talented stylist that is studied in curly and wavy hair would be just as good. My mom has super curly hair and she's never had a Deva cut either but the stylist she goes to always does a great job. Just my 2 cents
Originally Posted by hippiechic81
I 100% agree. Although, it seems very difficult for some (including myself) to find a really great stylist who will listen, knows how to cut curly hair, and who will do what you want. I think Deva cuts are the easy way to go for those that have trouble finding someone. The price is really ridiculous, BUT in the end it is actually cheaper, only if you follow their "schedule" of a cut every 6 months.
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