Jun 16, 2014 - My entire life I've had naturally curly, frizz-free hair that was wash and go and required no maintence. Then something happened 6-8 months ago and it just went 'blah.' Limp, wavy and totally unresponsive to any product or cut. I was worried that now I was in my 30s my horomones had changed and my curly days were over. I had actually resorted to straightening and ponytails to make it look like I actually put effort into it. I refused to let my curls disappear without a fight. I have no idea how it took me so long to think to look for a curl-specific hairdresser. Amanda was booked for over a month for new clients, and I had seen good reviews for Gail so I booked with her within the week. Like many other reviews stated, Gail took her time, was thorough in her "teaching" and dry cut. I did not leave with drastically different hair; however, my boyfriend said it looked neater and fuller, which is what I wanted. Two days post-cut it definitely looks better. Curlier, bouncier, pretty again. I did purchase the intro set because I loved how the products smelled. I didn't realize that frequently straightening really hurt my natural curls, and that once you get the correct cut and products and switch up your "routine" it can take your hair some time to transform. I foolishly thought the change would be immediate. She also gave me a lovely deep moisturizing mask. I am giving 4/5 because I was told it would be $70 and it ended up being $90. I don't think the additional mask was $20. I also don't know how it will look once my hair has mellowed out. I will go back to Gail!