Jan 23, 2010 - I unfortunately took the advice of the other reviewer and went to see Katie. My experience with her was probably the worst I have ever had in a salon. Not only did I wait for 1/2 an hour passed my original appointment time, she had absolutely NO idea what she was doing with my hair. The cut itself was fine enough, but afterward she was putting the worst products in my long, curly hair (pomade??? along with like 5 other things that felt like glue) when it was already partially dry. It turned out huge and frizzier than I've seen in in a long time. Her nervous excuse was that because it had dried during cutting and combing it would be frizzy (um, wet it again, use curl creams, twist it, use a diffuser = the basics) Isn't the whole point of going to get your hair cut to come out with professionally styled hair? Katie desperately needs to brush up on her curly hair skills, because they are currently non-existent. She was a nice enough woman, even though she made the usual awkward comment about how much hair I have because she had no idea what to do with it, but she might be more appropriate for someone who is looking for a very short, young, edgy haircut, which is what she has.