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Check out Shawon Pinder @ www.SPhaircare.com
She operates out of Parc Salon on Piedmont Ave. and gives the best blow out/press (flat iron) that I have ever had. I used to go to Dominican salons, but the high heat that was used literally hurt and just can't be good for your hair.
Shawon does a deep treatment that is included if you have natural hair and get the flat iron press. She uses quality products and doesn't use high heat to blow dry. She gave me my 1st rounded layer haircut yesterday. I read that this was a good cut for curly hair so that is what I asked her to do. I haven't worn it curly yet because this press will last until I decide to wash it. She is worth every penny plus tip!
Print out the $10 off coupon for 1st time clients and tell her that JB referred you!
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Check out Shawon Pinder @ www.SPhaircare.com
She operates out of Parc Salon on Piedmont Ave. and gives the best blow out/press (flat iron) that I have ever had. I used to go to Dominican salons, but the high heat that was used literally hurt and just can't be good for your hair.
Shawon does a deep treatment that is included if you have natural hair and get the flat iron press. She uses quality products and doesn't use high heat to blow dry. She gave me my 1st rounded layer haircut yesterday. I read that this was a good cut for curly hair so that is what I asked her to do. I haven't worn it curly yet because this press will last until I decide to wash it. She is worth every penny plus tip!
Print out the $10 off coupon for 1st time clients and tell her that JB referred you!
Originally Posted by GeauxGeaux
This is an old post. I'm interested in getting my hair pressed but afraid of heat damage. Did you notice any areas not kinking back up? Also should I use a particular stylist when I go? Thanks for the rec
Album: http://s136.photobucket.com/albums/q165/alsaxon/Hair/



"The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen." --- Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
I've visited Shawon a few times during my relaxer days. During that time, she was at Barrons London Salon. She is truly talented. I LOVE her. She's personable and skilled.
Check out Shawon Pinder @ www.SPhaircare.com
She operates out of Parc Salon on Piedmont Ave. and gives the best blow out/press (flat iron) that I have ever had. I used to go to Dominican salons, but the high heat that was used literally hurt and just can't be good for your hair.
Shawon does a deep treatment that is included if you have natural hair and get the flat iron press. She uses quality products and doesn't use high heat to blow dry. She gave me my 1st rounded layer haircut yesterday. I read that this was a good cut for curly hair so that is what I asked her to do. I haven't worn it curly yet because this press will last until I decide to wash it. She is worth every penny plus tip!
Print out the $10 off coupon for 1st time clients and tell her that JB referred you!
Originally Posted by GeauxGeaux
This is an old post. I'm interested in getting my hair pressed but afraid of heat damage. Did you notice any areas not kinking back up? Also should I use a particular stylist when I go? Thanks for the rec
Originally Posted by alsaxon
Apologies for the delayed response…Shawon does not use excessive heat like other salons that I have been to (most of the Dominican salons that I went to use molten lava heat!). So regarding heat damage, I have not experienced any ill effects but I only get my hair pressed approx. 6 times a year (or less) so that I can get it trimmed. I personally have never liked to get haircuts on wet hair so I ask that it gets straightened before any cut. When Shawon flat irons it, my hair always stays straight until after I wash it. But realistically, no one can make your hair waterproof, so keep the exposure to water/sweat down to a minimum. If I get it wet, like from face washing/showering, then I will use a small flat iron to 'fix the edges' or just use shea butter and a scarf to smooth it out. My hair is back to its normal state after I wash it. Shawon Pinder = SPHaircare, so she is the only stylist that I have experience with. I truly feel lucky to have found her.
Check out Shawon Pinder @ www.SPhaircare.com
She operates out of Parc Salon on Piedmont Ave. and gives the best blow out/press (flat iron) that I have ever had. I used to go to Dominican salons, but the high heat that was used literally hurt and just can't be good for your hair.
Shawon does a deep treatment that is included if you have natural hair and get the flat iron press. She uses quality products and doesn't use high heat to blow dry. She gave me my 1st rounded layer haircut yesterday. I read that this was a good cut for curly hair so that is what I asked her to do. I haven't worn it curly yet because this press will last until I decide to wash it. She is worth every penny plus tip!
Print out the $10 off coupon for 1st time clients and tell her that JB referred you!
Originally Posted by GeauxGeaux
This is an old post. I'm interested in getting my hair pressed but afraid of heat damage. Did you notice any areas not kinking back up? Also should I use a particular stylist when I go? Thanks for the rec
Originally Posted by alsaxon
Apologies for the delayed response…Shawon does not use excessive heat like other salons that I have been to (most of the Dominican salons that I went to use molten lava heat!). So regarding heat damage, I have not experienced any ill effects but I only get my hair pressed approx. 6 times a year (or less) so that I can get it trimmed. I personally have never liked to get haircuts on wet hair so I ask that it gets straightened before any cut. When Shawon flat irons it, my hair always stays straight until after I wash it. But realistically, no one can make your hair waterproof, so keep the exposure to water/sweat down to a minimum. If I get it wet, like from face washing/showering, then I will use a small flat iron to 'fix the edges' or just use shea butter and a scarf to smooth it out. My hair is back to its normal state after I wash it. Shawon Pinder = SPHaircare, so she is the only stylist that I have experience with. I truly feel lucky to have found her.
Originally Posted by GeauxGeaux
Thank you so much I'm going to check her out
Album: http://s136.photobucket.com/albums/q165/alsaxon/Hair/



"The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen." --- Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

This is an old post. I'm interested in getting my hair pressed but afraid of heat damage. Did you notice any areas not kinking back up? Also should I use a particular stylist when I go? Thanks for the rec
Originally Posted by alsaxon
Apologies for the delayed response…Shawon does not use excessive heat like other salons that I have been to (most of the Dominican salons that I went to use molten lava heat!). So regarding heat damage, I have not experienced any ill effects but I only get my hair pressed approx. 6 times a year (or less) so that I can get it trimmed. I personally have never liked to get haircuts on wet hair so I ask that it gets straightened before any cut. When Shawon flat irons it, my hair always stays straight until after I wash it. But realistically, no one can make your hair waterproof, so keep the exposure to water/sweat down to a minimum. If I get it wet, like from face washing/showering, then I will use a small flat iron to 'fix the edges' or just use shea butter and a scarf to smooth it out. My hair is back to its normal state after I wash it. Shawon Pinder = SPHaircare, so she is the only stylist that I have experience with. I truly feel lucky to have found her.
Originally Posted by GeauxGeaux
Thank you so much I'm going to check her out
Originally Posted by alsaxon
If you decide to book with Shawon, please mention that J. Breaux referred you and maybe I can get a referral credit!

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