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Originally Posted by Jwalk
OMG! Your hair looks AMAZING Jenn did a great job. Did she do your color as well? It just looks so shiny! I'm glad I have my appt. with her soon. Now I really can't wait. From looking at your first pics, I would say you are a 3B, is that what you consider yourself too?

Hooray for you! Now I can't wait for Oct. 16th!

Congratulations!
Originally Posted by CurlyBel
Jwalk, your hair looks gorgeous! That's a big difference.

CurlyBel (or anyone), is that about how long it takes to get in to see Jennifer? Three to four-ish weeks - or is that just when you preferred your appointment to be? I'm not quite ready to get my hair cut but I think it should be sometime around Halloween - and before the subsequent winter-holiday craziness - and I was wondering how much time I should factor in before I call for an appointment.
Originally Posted by Koukla72
sorry, I've been "off" for a while. It's about 2 weeks. I had to reschedule my first appt. from Sept. to Oct. But, I had my cut on Sept. 22nd! She had a cancelation and called me to see if I wanted it.
3B, thick, course, and lots of it!
Currently using:
Suave Coconut, Kinky Curly Knot Today & KC Curling Custard, Bioterra Gel (HG Combo!)
Also used:
FOTE,DevaCare No Poo, OneC, ArcAngell, SIF, Jessicurl RR, CC,Too Shea, Ouidad, CK, PM Mousse, Biolage gelee.
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So, I finally had my cut with Jen last week! I must say she is great! She knows what she's doing and I loved my cut! The only downside is, that she doesn't fully "dry" your hair, so by the time I got home it didn't look very nice. One of things I LOVED about Suzanne was the fact that she completely dried me in order to show me how to "scrunch out the crunch" and I walked out of her salon feeling like those commercials with the beautiful, bouncy hair. Which I never get, because stylists never know how to style my hair. Anyways, I would really recommend her, especially for her price! (Although she did mention she will be raising them soon ) But nothing too drastic (let's hope).

YEAH FOR JEN!! Finally, a great stylist that knows how to cut curly hair and is has accessible prices!
3B, thick, course, and lots of it!
Currently using:
Suave Coconut, Kinky Curly Knot Today & KC Curling Custard, Bioterra Gel (HG Combo!)
Also used:
FOTE,DevaCare No Poo, OneC, ArcAngell, SIF, Jessicurl RR, CC,Too Shea, Ouidad, CK, PM Mousse, Biolage gelee.
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Tamara Mooney at Tasha's Beauty Salon. Amazing color, haircuts and styles. I've been one of her clients for years. I'm so glad that I found her through this website!

Here's an interview with Tamara: http://www.naturallycurly.com/curl-s...defy-tradition
Originally Posted by Athyn312
I'm glad you have had a good experience with her, because I had the complete opposite.

I went to her twice, the first time she did ok, but cut more than I wanted. But, because she had told me that if I kept going back to her she wouldn't charge me the $100 that she usually does, I decided to give her a second chance. BIG MISTAKE! The first thing I told her when I sat down was that she had cut my hair too short the last time and that I didn't like short hair on me. At that point my hair was shoulder length. OMG! she cut it with a razor no less, and chin length! By the time I realized what was happening, it was too late. When she was done I told her "it's soooo short!" and her response was "well, you said you were wearing it in pony tails all the time anyways, at least now it's healthy and look at the curl!". I couldn't believe it! And to finish things off, when I went to pay she charged me the $100. When I told her she had mentioned she would charge me $75 the next time she said "oh, that's only if you come to me every 4-6 weeks!" If I did that I'd be bald! So, not only did she give me the worst cut ever, she completely cheated me! I cried for a whole week, because my hair was sooo short I couldn't even pull it back into a ponytail! HORRIBLE attitude, HORRIBLE cut, and she doesn't even listen to what you want. Plus, she's super expensive for what she does!

Sorry, but I had to say it so that other curlies won't fall victim to her razor!
3B, thick, course, and lots of it!
Currently using:
Suave Coconut, Kinky Curly Knot Today & KC Curling Custard, Bioterra Gel (HG Combo!)
Also used:
FOTE,DevaCare No Poo, OneC, ArcAngell, SIF, Jessicurl RR, CC,Too Shea, Ouidad, CK, PM Mousse, Biolage gelee.
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I'm way up here in N. County in Fallbrook but if you are anywhere around here or willing to travel I can highly recommend my stylist I've been seeing for probably 7-8 years, Tricia Sehnert at So Cal Tanning.

She originally worked in Orange County and still has customers come all the way from there to get her to do color cause she's that good.

As far as curls, she's fantastic. She does not have real curly hair but grew up with a sister that does and she learned a lot from her. She is the one that turned me on to Curly Girl and she attends every Curly Girl class she can. Her comment to me one time was "we love curly girls here".

The biggest compliment I can give her is she listens. She has good suggestions as well. She knows how to take only a little off when I say I want only a slight trim and shaping. She understands curly hair and the shrinkage factor. She's done a great job with color and highlighting of my red hair especially when I was very nervous about trying it. Now I wouldn't go without it.

She took care of my hair cut needs when I had hair down to my waist. Then when I got adventerous she did a great job of cutting my hair up to above my shoulders (which she rec'd several calls from people in town about what a great job she did) and then when I went completely short. Now I'm growing it back out and it's down to above bra strap. She's been able to handle it all. She's very good in helping with the grow out and keeping the hair in shape.
3b? curls. Curly Girl since 10/05.

Love "abba Pure Moisture Conditioner" (feels so good on the scalp, super moisturizing...I believe it really aids in growing hair long)

Newbie here 8/08 and still trying to figure out all the abbreviations but love what you all have to share.
I'm way up here in N. County in Fallbrook but if you are anywhere around here or willing to travel I can highly recommend my stylist I've been seeing for probably 7-8 years, Tricia Sehnert at So Cal Tanning.

She originally worked in Orange County and still has customers come all the way from there to get her to do color cause she's that good.

As far as curls, she's fantastic. She does not have real curly hair but grew up with a sister that does and she learned a lot from her. She is the one that turned me on to Curly Girl and she attends every Curly Girl class she can. Her comment to me one time was "we love curly girls here".

The biggest compliment I can give her is she listens. She has good suggestions as well. She knows how to take only a little off when I say I want only a slight trim and shaping. She understands curly hair and the shrinkage factor. She's done a great job with color and highlighting of my red hair especially when I was very nervous about trying it. Now I wouldn't go without it.

She took care of my hair cut needs when I had hair down to my waist. Then when I got adventerous she did a great job of cutting my hair up to above my shoulders (which she rec'd several calls from people in town about what a great job she did) and then when I went completely short. Now I'm growing it back out and it's down to above bra strap. She's been able to handle it all. She's very good in helping with the grow out and keeping the hair in shape.
Originally Posted by RedCurlsGirl
Thanks, RedCurlsGirl! I'm in North County too, so I'm glad to hear there's another CG friendly stylist. I'm really happy with my current stylist, but it's great to know there's a North County alternative just in case. Fallbrook's a bit of a distance from me, but it's still closer than SD. And in the past I've traveled as far as 60 miles to get to a stylist I feel good about.

Just curious: does Tricia cut you wet or dry?
2C/3A with almost straight hair on top
"c" curls (according to my stylist)
Modified CG: looking for my next low/no poo; Curls CCC; anything KBB; acv and honey or molasses rinses; CJ H&B Deep Fix
Styling with KCCC/B&A gel, FOTE avg; BB's FSG, Komaza CHP
I'm way up here in N. County in Fallbrook but if you are anywhere around here or willing to travel I can highly recommend my stylist I've been seeing for probably 7-8 years, Tricia Sehnert at So Cal Tanning.

She originally worked in Orange County and still has customers come all the way from there to get her to do color cause she's that good.

As far as curls, she's fantastic. She does not have real curly hair but grew up with a sister that does and she learned a lot from her. She is the one that turned me on to Curly Girl and she attends every Curly Girl class she can. Her comment to me one time was "we love curly girls here".

The biggest compliment I can give her is she listens. She has good suggestions as well. She knows how to take only a little off when I say I want only a slight trim and shaping. She understands curly hair and the shrinkage factor. She's done a great job with color and highlighting of my red hair especially when I was very nervous about trying it. Now I wouldn't go without it.

She took care of my hair cut needs when I had hair down to my waist. Then when I got adventerous she did a great job of cutting my hair up to above my shoulders (which she rec'd several calls from people in town about what a great job she did) and then when I went completely short. Now I'm growing it back out and it's down to above bra strap. She's been able to handle it all. She's very good in helping with the grow out and keeping the hair in shape.
Originally Posted by RedCurlsGirl
Thanks, RedCurlsGirl! I'm in North County too, so I'm glad to hear there's another CG friendly stylist. I'm really happy with my current stylist, but it's great to know there's a North County alternative just in case. Fallbrook's a bit of a distance from me, but it's still closer than SD. And in the past I've traveled as far as 60 miles to get to a stylist I feel good about.

Just curious: does Tricia cut you wet or dry?
Originally Posted by JodyGK
After taking a good look at my hair and what's going on and we talk she cuts my hair wet. I do have to go home and rewash and style, as she admits, after she's been pulling and cutting it is the only way to get it back into a good curl pattern. She's always told me if something's not laying right to just come back but I've never needed to.
3b? curls. Curly Girl since 10/05.

Love "abba Pure Moisture Conditioner" (feels so good on the scalp, super moisturizing...I believe it really aids in growing hair long)

Newbie here 8/08 and still trying to figure out all the abbreviations but love what you all have to share.
Bumping because I just made an appointment with Jen Sparano to get a Deva cut and set tomorrow morning and I'm equal parts excited and scared. From our conversation she seems really nice. She told me she'll cut dry and why (I already knew, of course, but it's nice that she does that for people who may not), and instructed me to come in curly and styled - no hats, ponytails, etc. She also told me her pricing structure without having to be asked. How refreshing!!

For those wondering about that, she said she usually charges $50 for a cut and with a Deva set afterwards it comes to $75, implying it's your choice if you want both or not. She waives the Deva set charge for your first appointment with her and does it anyway for free because she wants to make sure you know how to do it. I forgot to ask if this means under a hood dryer or with a diffuser. I need a diffuser to encourage body and waves, so I hope she has one. Also, she said she doesn't have a credit card machine, so it's cash or check only - good to know for those like me who never carry either of those things anymore, unless there's a specific reason to.

I'll update with more after my appointment!
Ok, so I'm finally back to update, and the verdict is all good. Sorry about the book length of this but I didn't want to miss anything for those of you who might be on the fence.

Jen is super sweet and the detailed directions she gave me for finding the place were spot on. The salon is one of many booths taking up a large suite on the first floor of an office building. Kind of unorthodox, but as she explained it's just like when you go to a salon and the stylists are independent and renting a chair from the salon. Except this way they're renting an entire tiny little booth with all their own equipment. She shares it with the same two people she was working with in Hillcrest, which is where their business (E Factor) was located before they moved it to this setup. I'm not usually fond of the independent contractor booth/chair rental thing with stylists but in this case, probably because she turned out to be very skilled and very professional (things many stylists aren't), I ended up liking it.

When I sat down she played with my hair a little, asked me questions about it, and actually listened(!) when I described all its little quirks. She asked me about my styling products and if I'd heard of the Curly Girl book and when was my last cut. When I mentioned the aloe/water spritz I've been making up to refresh with she said one of her other clients tried that from a web site she visits for curly hair but didn't have much success with it. Hmmm, I wonder which website? She was amazed when I told her it'd been about 7 months since my last cut and she said it didn't look like it and that my hair is extremely healthy. Yay! Then she asked me what I wanted to achieve with the cut and we discussed my desire to reshape it and encourage the curl but still continue to grow it longer. Then she got down to work.

When she was cutting she would choose certain clumps and twist them before cutting, which I found interesting. She would fluff and observe and cut repeatedly, but just tiny little amounts each time. She also had me lean over at one point to get the angle and evenness on the face-framing layers right. When it was time to wash and condition it already looked much better. The entire time she was cutting we were chatting about hair, and curls, and products, and styling techniques. It was so cool to find a stylist who isn't intimidated by a knowledgeable client! (I even stole one of SBB's catch phrases when she commented on how knowledgeable *cough*PJ*cough* I am. I told her it's my hobby. Hee! I hope SBB doesn't mind!)

She asked me if it was ok if she used Deva products in my hair and I told her that it had been ages since I'd first tried them and that though they weren't my favorites I wasn't opposed to them or anything. That turned out to not be right, but it was my fault not Jen's. I ended up hating how they felt after I left, and when I looked up the ingredients online I realized why I hadn't been impressed with them the first time I tried them before I became knowledgeable about which ingredients do what. There's bunches of stuff in there that my hair hates. Blech. In any case, before she even started rinsing me she said if I turned out to not like the Deva stuff I should bring my own products in next time so we could use those instead. She said it without any prompting on my part, much less a question. WOW.

Though she initially wanted to use the No Poo on me, when she got my hair wet she was shocked at just how baby-fine it really is. Her exact words were, "OMG I can't believe this, it's like silk!! That's amazing that it's so fine and you have so much of it!!" This was after she'd had her hands in it for half an hour cutting. Heh. Anyway, since she didn't want to weigh it down too much she chose Low Poo instead. After she as done washing and conditioning she had me flip my hair over while it was still sopping wet. She loosened up my hair at the roots so it wouldn't fall wierd and then spritzed it with even more water to help it reclump. Then she scrunched in some Angell. A nice big puddle was developing by that point, and she used a bunch of paper towels to scrunch excess water and excess Angell out.

After I flipped right-side up again she clipped me and diffused a bit since she was having trouble with her hood dryer. When one of the other two stylists she shares her booth with came in he fixed it, though, so I got diffused and the Deva set. I have to say that though the Deva set is a nice concept I just really need the volumizing effect of the diffusing, so I don't think I'll bother with that next time - especially since it adds $25 to the $50 cut.

And now the verdict: HUGE improvement! I was surprised she even managed to get it to curl as much as she did while I was there, because stylists never do, so that was a really good indication that the cut was good. And especially since it was full of amodimethicone and polyquats, which usually weigh the curl right out of my hair! After I got home and managed to wash the a'cone and those damn polyquats out and use my own products and techniques there was a lot more curl in the parts that needed encouraging and it was really nicely shaped all over.

It'll probably be another few months before I go back since I am still trying to grow it out to at least BSL, but I will definitely go back. I think I've finally found my stylist! Woohoo!!
Ok, so I'm finally back to update, and the verdict is all good. Sorry about the book length of this but I didn't want to miss anything for those of you who might be on the fence.

Jen is super sweet and the detailed directions she gave me for finding the place were spot on. The salon is one of many booths taking up a large suite on the first floor of an office building. Kind of unorthodox, but as she explained it's just like when you go to a salon and the stylists are independent and renting a chair from the salon. Except this way they're renting an entire tiny little booth with all their own equipment. She shares it with the same two people she was working with in Hillcrest, which is where their business (E Factor) was located before they moved it to this setup. I'm not usually fond of the independent contractor booth/chair rental thing with stylists but in this case, probably because she turned out to be very skilled and very professional (things many stylists aren't), I ended up liking it.

When I sat down she played with my hair a little, asked me questions about it, and actually listened(!) when I described all its little quirks. She asked me about my styling products and if I'd heard of the Curly Girl book and when was my last cut. When I mentioned the aloe/water spritz I've been making up to refresh with she said one of her other clients tried that from a web site she visits for curly hair but didn't have much success with it. Hmmm, I wonder which website? She was amazed when I told her it'd been about 7 months since my last cut and she said it didn't look like it and that my hair is extremely healthy. Yay! Then she asked me what I wanted to achieve with the cut and we discussed my desire to reshape it and encourage the curl but still continue to grow it longer. Then she got down to work.

When she was cutting she would choose certain clumps and twist them before cutting, which I found interesting. She would fluff and observe and cut repeatedly, but just tiny little amounts each time. She also had me lean over at one point to get the angle and evenness on the face-framing layers right. When it was time to wash and condition it already looked much better. The entire time she was cutting we were chatting about hair, and curls, and products, and styling techniques. It was so cool to find a stylist who isn't intimidated by a knowledgeable client! (I even stole one of SBB's catch phrases when she commented on how knowledgeable *cough*PJ*cough* I am. I told her it's my hobby. Hee! I hope SBB doesn't mind!)

She asked me if it was ok if she used Deva products in my hair and I told her that it had been ages since I'd first tried them and that though they weren't my favorites I wasn't opposed to them or anything. That turned out to not be right, but it was my fault not Jen's. I ended up hating how they felt after I left, and when I looked up the ingredients online I realized why I hadn't been impressed with them the first time I tried them before I became knowledgeable about which ingredients do what. There's bunches of stuff in there that my hair hates. Blech. In any case, before she even started rinsing me she said if I turned out to not like the Deva stuff I should bring my own products in next time so we could use those instead. She said it without any prompting on my part, much less a question. WOW.

Though she initially wanted to use the No Poo on me, when she got my hair wet she was shocked at just how baby-fine it really is. Her exact words were, "OMG I can't believe this, it's like silk!! That's amazing that it's so fine and you have so much of it!!" This was after she'd had her hands in it for half an hour cutting. Heh. Anyway, since she didn't want to weigh it down too much she chose Low Poo instead. After she as done washing and conditioning she had me flip my hair over while it was still sopping wet. She loosened up my hair at the roots so it wouldn't fall wierd and then spritzed it with even more water to help it reclump. Then she scrunched in some Angell. A nice big puddle was developing by that point, and she used a bunch of paper towels to scrunch excess water and excess Angell out.

After I flipped right-side up again she clipped me and diffused a bit since she was having trouble with her hood dryer. When one of the other two stylists she shares her booth with came in he fixed it, though, so I got diffused and the Deva set. I have to say that though the Deva set is a nice concept I just really need the volumizing effect of the diffusing, so I don't think I'll bother with that next time - especially since it adds $25 to the $50 cut.

And now the verdict: HUGE improvement! I was surprised she even managed to get it to curl as much as she did while I was there, because stylists never do, so that was a really good indication that the cut was good. And especially since it was full of amodimethicone and polyquats, which usually weigh the curl right out of my hair! After I got home and managed to wash the a'cone and those damn polyquats out and use my own products and techniques there was a lot more curl in the parts that needed encouraging and it was really nicely shaped all over.

It'll probably be another few months before I go back since I am still trying to grow it out to at least BSL, but I will definitely go back. I think I've finally found my stylist! Woohoo!!
Originally Posted by Koukla72
Thanks so much for the detailed information! I recently got another bad cut from my usual stylist here in San Diego. I love the way he does color, but he cuts it wet and then straightens my hair. I like it straight for a change (I know, not good, but..). However, then it ALWAYS looks awful curly - pyramid like, and kind of droopy too. I have been following the discussion about Jen, and your description has sealed the deal. As soon as I can justify spending $$ for another cut, I'm going in! Thanks again for sharing!
Just bumping this up to say I just had my second cut with Jen Sparano. I didn't get the Deva Set, so she just cut me dry and I went on my merry way without any washing or wetting. My hair looks great now, she's very nice and friendly, she obviously really knows curls -- even for a straight-y , and it only took less than an hour and a reasonable amount of money. Awesome.
2b-3a/F/iii color-treated and diffused, mod CG since February '07
I've had 3 or 4 cuts now with Jen. She's great and I highly recommend her. She really knows how to work with curly hair. I got my first cut by her before she raised her prices, so she still charges me the original price. Can't beat that. She deva sets my hair and it always looks great but I can't get it work when I do it at home. She told me to bring in the products that I use and like and she can use those after my next cut. Love her!
Hi! I'm new here(sort of - lurking a long time), but so glad to have found this thread. I've been looking for someone good in San Diego for a long time, but had no idea where to go. My curly haired friends aren't happy with their stylists, so that was no help! LOL

Anyway, I made an appointment with MaryAnn at Taglio in Escondido for next week. I'm so excited! My hair is 3A underneath, 2A on top, fine, thin, and I think fairly healthy and normal porosity. But it's got a really bad cut that's over a year old. Hopefully she can work some magic on me!

Last edited by Violetgb; 07-17-2009 at 08:25 AM. Reason: fixing a typo
I got my first Devacut from Maryann. I liked her, but I think Jen is better. Plus Jen is only 10 minutes away. Just something to keep in mind.
Actually, I called Jen first, but her schedule and mine didn't fit together very well. She wouldn't have been able to see me until at least August 20 and that was just longer than I really wanted to wait. She's also pretty far for me. I work in Escondido, so MaryAnn is just right around the corner. I'll give her a try and see how it goes. If I'm not happy there, Jen is the next one on my list to try.
Still reading and trying to figure all this out, but I think my hair is...
2A/3A/3B - ranges from weak waves on top to tight ringlets underneath. Fine texture, normal-high porosity, thin density.

Fave products:
Wash: Suave Naturals Coconut, some Abba sulfate free
Conditioner - JC Too Shea, AO GBP
Stylers - JC CC, JC RR, BSRHG

But I have a whole cabinet of other stuff to try out! LOL
I had my cut with MaryAnn and love it! It was awesome! I will definitely go back to her.

When I got there, my hair was half way between shoulder length and bra strap length. I don't really like my hair that long and it wasn't curling well, so I was really ready to give up some length. It had also been a really long time (maybe a year) since I had a cut because I just haven't had anyone that I liked going to. My hair is a mix of 2a/3a/3b, fine, thin, and fairly porous. When I got there, 2a was what I mostly saw. Afterwards, the 3a curls are much more dominant in the front (the back not so much, but that might improve with styling technique) and if I wear some of my hair pulled back, the 3b's are really obvious (all my 3b's grow from the lower part of my scalp around the nape of my neck).

MaryAnn spent about an hour and a half with me. She first talked to me about how I want to wear my hair and how I take care of it. Then she started to cut. She's Deva certified, so she did the dry cut, curl by curl. She was very knowledgeable about products but didn't try to sell me anything. Overall, it was a really good experience.


Here are some photos. I was even able to get nice 2nd day hair, something I have never been able to get before.

http://picasaweb.google.com/VioletGB...eat=directlink
Still reading and trying to figure all this out, but I think my hair is...
2A/3A/3B - ranges from weak waves on top to tight ringlets underneath. Fine texture, normal-high porosity, thin density.

Fave products:
Wash: Suave Naturals Coconut, some Abba sulfate free
Conditioner - JC Too Shea, AO GBP
Stylers - JC CC, JC RR, BSRHG

But I have a whole cabinet of other stuff to try out! LOL

Last edited by Violetgb; 07-25-2009 at 10:48 AM.
Your hair looks awesome violetgb! The curls really popped on your 2nd day hair and look gorgeous--I'm jealous as I rarely get 2nd day hair.

I left a message for Jen for a cut/style. I have hair similar to yours--thin, fine texture, normally porosity. Mine is also a complete mix with the 3a more ringlet types all around and straighter 2ish at the crown.

If I cannot get in to see Jen I'm going to see MaryAnn!
FIA 2c/3aFi

Done experimenting! Loving Spiral Solutions products!

Blog: http://thewavytales.blogspot.com/
Updated to say I got an appointment for next week! I am on vacation for 5 days so it was perfect timing.

I cannot wait..maybe I was too enthusiastic on the phone. Hope Jen does not think I'm a weirdo--but this will be the first time anyone has cut my hair for curls. All the other times they always try to get rid of them! LOL

I'll update with pic's. My hair is a total disaster today...just awful. UGH!
FIA 2c/3aFi

Done experimenting! Loving Spiral Solutions products!

Blog: http://thewavytales.blogspot.com/
Wow! Thank you so much for posting this thread. After reading the reviews about Jodi Snyder in the CurlSalons area, I was convinced that she was perfect for me. I made an appointment the next day. The night before I was just looking at nc.com and found this thread. I was shocked! I quickly cancelled my appointment. I am happy to say that I was able to schedule an appointment with Jen for next week and I can't wait. My last haircut was last October and I'm going on vacation the 18th, so I was so excited when she told me she could fit me in before that. I will post pics after the haircut. Thanks guys!!
2c/3a/3b
Co-Wash: TJ's Nourish
Conditioner: 1/2 TJ's Nourish, 1/2 AO Honeysuckle Rose
Leave-in: GDLI, CJ Curl Assurance
Love: Pineappling, FSG and this website!
CG Since Sept. 5th, 2009!!!

With the help of StruttsWife's E-book:
Normal Porosity, Fine Texture (who would've thunk!), normal elasticity, and medium density.

PM me if you have suggestions for my hair (i.e. product, etc.), help would be very much appreciated!
Thanks Alexjoujou! I was never able to get 2nd day hair until this cut. I did make a lot of changes all around the same time, so I'm not sure if the cut can take all the credit, but it definitely gets to take a lot of it. Now I'm finding that I get MUCH tighter curls on the 2nd day. All I do is spray with enough water to be able to arrange it like I want and then scrunch in a generous amount of FOTE AVG.

I loved going to MaryAnn and will definitely go back, but if she hadn't worked out, Jen was next on my list. I live in North County, so MaryAnn is just easier for me to get to.

Good luck with your Jen appt!
Still reading and trying to figure all this out, but I think my hair is...
2A/3A/3B - ranges from weak waves on top to tight ringlets underneath. Fine texture, normal-high porosity, thin density.

Fave products:
Wash: Suave Naturals Coconut, some Abba sulfate free
Conditioner - JC Too Shea, AO GBP
Stylers - JC CC, JC RR, BSRHG

But I have a whole cabinet of other stuff to try out! LOL

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