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Mariesa 02-26-2012 11:40 PM

Rhode Island
 
Hey! I'm new here and this whole site has helped me learn so much about my natural hair. It used to be a lot curlier, more of a 3a but has since dropped more into waves with occasional curls as I've gotten older. Anyway! I am really interested in getting a Devacut, but I have no idea if this is something every stylist knows how to do. Would anyone know of a good salon in RI that could help me? I really think this would benefit my hair, but I have no idea where to go!

DewPt.40 03-12-2012 10:43 AM

The W Salon
 
The owner of the W Salon is Deva trained. Ive had a few good haircuts from him.
Michelle in Vermont

darkbeautytt 03-12-2012 10:56 AM

Hey I'm from RI too although I have never been to the W salon on Westminster street but I have read good review about the it depends on what part u live you. There is one in east Providence, one in Greenwich, you can use naturally curly salon finder or use Google and it will give u more. If u go on devachan website they have like 5 salon trianed in RI and W salon is one of the so go to dechan website and use their salon finder, hope this help

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PrincessHair09 03-24-2012 02:17 PM

Salon To Avoid
 
Ugggh just tried a salon off of the My Deva Curl stylist finder, the exact stylist listed was not who I saw, but that was how I found my last GREAT stylist (recently moved- hence, need new hair stylist).

Right in downtown Wakefield- Mars Attracts- AVOID

The girl I got was nice, but did not handle curly hair well at ALL. She was trained in the Deva method, but she was using her own method to cut curly hair. I gave it a whirl thinking she would keep to the deva principles with some tweaking.

Boy was I wrong! She washed my hair first, then did your basic comb straight and snip. Dried my hair, and did some odd dry cuts(which i think was her 'interpreting' the curly style) but still, on dry hair, combed it out and sniped!

Had to wash and style my hair as soon as I got home. Learned my lesson, should have walked out as soon as she said she did not do an exact deva method.

Devri1 05-02-2012 02:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Mariesa (Post 1895668)
Hey! I'm new here and this whole site has helped me learn so much about my natural hair. It used to be a lot curlier, more of a 3a but has since dropped more into waves with occasional curls as I've gotten older. Anyway! I am really interested in getting a Devacut, but I have no idea if this is something every stylist knows how to do. Would anyone know of a good salon in RI that could help me? I really think this would benefit my hair, but I have no idea where to go!


I would recommend Dawn at Ani's Hair Salon in North Providence. Check out the link below for some reviews on her!
Ani's Hair Salon in North Providence, Rhode Island (United States)


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