Oct 27, 2009 - The result was beautiful, but not very impressive. The salon ‘experience’ was wonderful. Robert was friendly and listened to me. He was very careful to keep my length, but in my opinion could have taken a bit more risks. As a result my haircut was average. After a couple of days, I realized it was a little too choppy and uneven for me. It was also a very fast haircut, for $150, I felt it could have been more care driven. I didn’t even realize it was over, but to his defense he added more cuts and layers at the end, at my request. It felt more like he cut my tips, than really style a cut fit for me. The washing and styling experience was good, and the deva products are amazing. You lie back on a very comfy bed/chair privatized by a sheer white fabric that suspends from the ceiling; the head massage is relaxing and soothing. They tutor you on how to take care of curly hair and recommend products and applications to improve hair quality, but sometimes I wished the young lady would be quiet so I could fully enjoy my experience. I probably should have said something, but she was so nice… If you know how to handle your curly hair and make it look good, I’m not sure you can get too much from Devachan, except for a few tips you could probably get online, and a chance to try out their wonderful products. I would check out all my options before committing. But if on the other hand you are frustrated with your curly hair, and have the money to spare, then I highly recommend them. The styles I saw while there seemed conservative, although one girl at the front desk had a more contemporary style. So maybe I don’t really know, might depend on the stylist. I hope this helps on your decision.