Aug 23, 2012 - Shada is a nice girl and her cutting technique is fine, BUT perhaps being young, she still needs to work on communication. I went in with photos of myself in former styles that I liked and hair on my head that could be pulled into a ponytail. The hair I had yesterday and the hair in the photos was longer in the back than the front. This is technically a mullet, yes, but it is definitely not hockey hair, and it works for me. I like it like that. Although she agreed that the hair in the photos was nice, Shada scoffed at the term "mullet". I told her that I want to grow my hair and that I didn't want a big change. She assured me that I would not get a big change. SHE CUT OFF ALL MY HAIR. I look like a Roman bust and feel like a cabbage. It will take at least a year for my hair to grow back to what it was yesterday. Also, the product that they push there, Curl Keeper, is nothing to rave about. I imagine that for thick frizzy hair it may do wonders, but my hair is fine and I don't have a frizz problem. The result reminded me of my early experiments with mouse in junior high school. What do I take away from this experience? Well, I will definitely not be going back, nor probably to any other curly hair specialist. I think that Shada was over confident and I in turn put way too much confidence in her. If my hair were a lighter colour, I could join the cast of Golden Girls. This was a total waste of time and money.