Feb 03, 2015 -
I tried this salon out after reading reviews of some curly stylists via Yelp, and emailing the salon for further direction on who to choose in their opinion, based on my 3B curls. I ended up with Rebekah for a root touch up and trim/shape up. Her hair coloring was sloppy (left with residue all over forehead) and a huge glob flung on my cape that she seemed completely unaware of until I asked for a towel when I wanted to read a magazine while I processed. And the cut....I have never had a cut that was literally horrendous, but this one was. She was going to tweak my shoulder length hair into more of an inverted bob but ended up taking a sizeable chunk (literally) out of one side, just behind my ear that left me really unbalanced. I tried to show it to her, but she continued to just compare how things looked from profile views, not straight in the mirror. I literally said, "I can see the wall behind me on my right side, but not on my left. I'm missing a lot of hair." She seemed honestly clueless (or high?). After a couple of weak attempts to address, I realized I didn't want her to have scissors near my head any more. I left, hoping I was over-reacting and things would be ok once I did my hair at home. Wrong. I sent pictures to the manager and thankfully, she apologized and refunded my money without question. But I literally went from hair that was just past my shoulder to chin length in order to fix it. It was that drastic. So, I can't gauge the salon as a whole, but I'd steer clear of Rebekah.