Nov 03, 2008 - After three years, I am saying goodbye. When I first went to Melodie, she was good about cutting each curl first, and then evening things out. The last few cuts have been very disappointing, and I had to go back twice to have the last one fixed, and it still wasn't right. She cut some face-framing pieces that ended up looking like hairs that had been missed in the cut. The salon insists on using shampoo, charging extra for conditioner, then scrubbing my hair dry with a towel and blow-drying it. I shouldn't have to remind my stylist of all the curly-hair cutting guidelines every time I get it cut. As nice as she is, when it come to my hair, I need the best, so I am switching to a well-known certified curl consultant at a privately owned salon in town.