Oct 07, 2011 - Mia. Is. Amazing. I'm a woman of multiracial heritage (Black, Irish, Cape Verdean, and Native American) and I have ALWAYS struggled with my hair. My journey to Mia's chair was a long one, but well worth the wait. My 3c hair has always been thick, a bit unruly, bushy at times, and its own natural barometer. At 8 years old, my mom allowed me to get my first relaxer to tame the wild beast...and I loved it! It wasn't wash and wear hair, but I could whip it back and forth, and for once I looked a little more like the other girls at school. However, after nearly 20 years of chemical treatments, I had had enough and decided to go natural. I've tried several salons--some where I would get my hair cut, blown out, and flat ironed (which did not translate well into curly styles!), and others that specialized in curls--but not curls like mine. After a few disappointing curly haircuts at another salon, I turned to naturallycurly.com for help. I found D Sabrina Salon, and read all of the glowing reviews that Mia had received, but I was skeptical. There's curly hair, and then there's the "mixed girl's" curly hair that's got a bit of kink, a whole lot of frizz, and a lot of curly attitude. Desperate for a hair miracle, I finally made an appointment with Mia...and she did not disappointment! As soon as I sat in her chair, she looked at my hair and put my mind at ease saying "You're going to love how your hair comes out." After our consultation where she took her time to "diagnose" the sad current state of my hair, she gave me the absolute best haircut of my life and the products and skills to actually replicate what she did! My hair has been looking fabulous since starting to go to Mia. I truly believe Mia's the hair whisperer (not to mention the sweetest person ever:) Make your appointment today!