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Hi all,

Just FYI, I talked to Larramy Wood a few days ago, and he's working independently now. So the only way to set up an appointment is to call his cell phone at 954-401-7398 (don't call Dan Davis Salon or GBS). I always love my haircuts with him so so much! Enjoy!
I had my hair cut Laramy a number of times while he was at GBS, no question the haircuts were good. Now I am dying for a good haircut so may just have to give him a call.

Last edited by amagnetta; 08-09-2011 at 10:25 AM.
Do any of you know if Laramy is still reachable by the same number or if he has new contact info?

I definitely need my curls cut right!

Thanks in Advance
I know its been a while since the last post but I just came across it because I am in desperate need of a haircut but ive always gotten the pyramid effect. I came across Shaiamiel on instagram and I loved the pictures of his work but hes in CA and will only come to miami if he has about 10 clients. Is Larramy still working, if so where? Does his results look like shaiamiel? www.shaiamiel.com
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curl type: 2c/3a on a good day
med/high porosity & high density
hair strand width: med/coarse
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I have super curly hair and no one has been able to manage..until now! You must visit D'Luz Hair Salon
4301 Palm Ave, Hialeah, FL 33013
Luz is beyond amazing with any hair but specialized in curly hair. Her treatments are awesome and do wonders for our curls.
I have super curly hair and no one has been able to manage..until now! You must visit D'Luz Hair Salon
4301 Palm Ave, Hialeah, FL 33013
Luz is beyond amazing with any hair but specialized in curly hair. Her treatments are awesome and do wonders for our curls.
Originally Posted by luisa.fernan
Does she cut the hair dry and is it expensive? I've had a Deva cut before but had to drive to Broward. I live in Hialeah and would love to find some place closer.
CG NEWBIE
curl type: 2c/3a on a good day
med/high porosity & high density
hair strand width: med/coarse
BSL hair & growing



GOING STRONG!!! SAY NO TO HEAT!!!
I have super curly hair and no one has been able to manage..until now! You must visit D'Luz Hair Salon
4301 Palm Ave, Hialeah, FL 33013
Luz is beyond amazing with any hair but specialized in curly hair. Her treatments are awesome and do wonders for our curls.
Originally Posted by luisa.fernan
Does she cut the hair dry and is it expensive? I've had a Deva cut before but had to drive to Broward. I live in Hialeah and would love to find some place closer.
Originally Posted by longlivecurls
Where in Broward did you go to? I am in desperate need of a Deva cut and I live in Plantation, Fl.

Where in Broward did you go to? I am in desperate need of a Deva cut and I live in Plantation, Fl.
Originally Posted by ariadne511
Sorry I didn't answer earlier I haven't been on this site for a while...
I-Studio
1481 SE 17th St
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

The guy's name is Larramy Wood and it cost 85
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curl type: 2c/3a on a good day
med/high porosity & high density
hair strand width: med/coarse
BSL hair & growing



GOING STRONG!!! SAY NO TO HEAT!!!
I just had my first Deva Curl cut. After thorough search, I came across Larry Wood's information in this forum. I am so happy I entrusted my hair to him. I have been transitioning for one year now and I find it was the best decision. For me. I did not do the "big chop" as I find that I had great length and was willing to be patient and put all the work to restore my hair. After few breakage, I decided to go to Larramy Wood. He is absolutely wonderful. He takes the time to talk to you and tell you what in his opinion should be done in your hair. However, he does not impose his opinion - he will ultimately do what you want. I followed his professional advice and just requested for him
To preserve my length and he did. My cut came out beautiful and I find my hair is better shaped and has a better form. I have a long way to go in my transitioning journey. I have accomplished a lot but still working with 2 different textures which is getting on my last nerves!!! Haahaha notwithstanding, I am enjoying this journey very much and look forward to my hair reaching its full potential. Larramy Wood's updated info is:

Larramy Wood
I Studio
(954) 401-7398
1481 SE 17th Street
Ft Lauderdale‎ FL‎ 33316
United States
Hello curly girls,
First off I'm so sorry it has to be so difficult to get a good curly cut. And I'm ashamed that more of my colleagues don't train in this texture.
Let me introduce myself, my name is Alicia Francis and I'm a stylist in the Miami area. I have naturally curly hair myself (although sometimes I wear extensions and straighten, perks of the job) and I have experienced many horrible hack jobs by inexperienced stylists over the years. That is the main reason I became a stylist myself. I didn't intentionally plan to become specialized in curls, I met Loraine Massey at a beauty show years ago when she was first promoting her curly deva cuts and she approached me about working as an educator for deva (I was an educator for rusk at the time). She personally taught me her method and philosophy and it wasn't till yrs later in Mia that it became an asset to me. I started with just a couple regular curly clients who always loved the way I handled their hair and they began to spread my name around, I now think at least 50-75% of my clientele are natural curly girls.
So as a stylist my tips to you would be
1. get a recommendation, don't try a stylists until you can find someone who has tried them and loved them
2. Call ahead of time and ask a few questions, don't waste your time if it sounds like they are to busy for you or uneducated on the questions you ask
3. at the appointment tell the stylist what you like about your current look and what you dislike and ask their opinion b4 you tell them what you want, this gives you an idea of their style and the experience
4. speak up , if it seems like they are inexperienced with your texture or they do something that you know isn't correct for curls ask them to explain why and don't hesitate to cut the appt short if your uncomfortable.
Hope this helps. If anyone would like to ask me a question direct you can reach me at #hairmiami on instagram or hair-miami online
also please check out my client Aisha Thalia on instagram at #aishathalia she posts curl tips and care and is a great source of curl inspiration
Hey curlies,
I am trying to be realistic and keep things into perspective so here is my experience In Florida.
I made an appointment with Larramy Wood in East Fort Lauderdale to shape my hair as I have been growing it out since my big shop for over a year.
Hmmmm.. I don't want to be negative but I wish I would upload a before and after picture for you to see.
I had beautiful shiny bouncy healthy hair that were not yet touching my shoulders when not stretched. I was getting there.
My products contains: No silicones no parabens or sulfate at all as I have been following the CG method.
At my appointment Larramy complimented my hair and he even remembered that I am growing my hair out per out conversation previously. He said that I only needed a little shaping needed. (But I felt after hearing how beautiful it was.. I should have left it untouched).
He started cutting my hair dry but .. Hello... He went partying with the scissors and I wasn't sure what was happening exactly. He washed my hair then put the One conditioner Deva product in my hair and curled it up with it .. Hmmm ok well, the straw curls look is a bit flat for me and not how I usually wear my hair nor how I will. So before I knew it he was cutting some more curls after he dried them. Hmmm (if I only knew what I know now! It makes me grind my teeth just thinking of this).
The thing with my hair is that I wear it curly all the time but I stretch it a little bit as days pass by and it always looked gorgeous, big and fluffy. So when Larramy proceeded to cut more of the curls on the slick straw look after drying it, (still shrunken hair) he took out way too much of my hair in total.
He even stated that he didn't think he was going to cut that much. (Hello, Edward Scissor Hands)
The look was ok but just not for me to wear all day.
Mind you, only when I got home and played with my hair to fluff that I realized OMG the complete disaster!! Uneven here..shorter strand there .. Next to it a very long one!!
One of my questions before that appointment was: will the hair look even if I ever straighten it out? His answer was yes. (Though I never put heat in my hair.. I can see the unevenness).
Ridiculous!!! This is now a huge set back for me in my growth journey!!

So here is my advice to some of you:
If you take good care of your hair yourself, it is healthy and you usually do your own trims as I did.. (and it looks pretty good) think twice about going to get a "Deva cut" unless you discussed all the pros and cons with your stylist and that person has your best interest at heart (meaning your hair goals).
Remember, no one knows your hair better then yourself. You transitioned with it you grew it out with love, patience, time and understanding. Therefore this is a cherished relationship. Protect it!
As far as I am concerned, with much restrain I would probably advised someone who wants to do the big chop to visit the stylist and have a cut that may be stylish so that the hair can grown in style hopefully.

I am more confident that and I am a DIY. I don't think I can entrust my hair to a stylist to either clip my ends, cut my hair or anything of that sort. After all, many of them thrive to just cut hair so why trust that they will have a measure or a limit?! Many of them are too aggressive with the strands.

On a positive note: Hopefully my hair will grow out nicely and shapely as I will have to even it out as time passes.

This was my experience and I wanted to share it with all of you.

$90.00 for frustration.
We are too kind and too nice at times toward those that we entrusted with our precious hair.

Last edited by mjin02; 08-30-2014 at 09:01 PM.
Ok now I need help! I need a deva cut to shape my hair. I have been transitioning for 4 years (mixed 3b/3c) and plan to visit miami in a few weeks. I will be near Aventura/Coral Gables area. If Larramy is out as a choice I need another stylist! That was who I planned to go to!

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