Jul 31, 2010 - Add me to the list who had a bad experience. I was so excited to find a salon that understood curly hair but I was incredibly disappointed. I should have known when I tried to make an appointment. The phone rang off the hook and then the person who answered the phone wasn’t that helpful trying to figure out who would be best to cut my hair. I had to wait over 20 minutes for Mimi. I should have walked out – the salon wasn’t that busy. She really pushed the “method” but almost seemed to be bored to have to describe it again. I brought pictures and explained what I liked/didn’t like and what I thought was realistic for my hair. All she cared about was the “method” and pushing the Deva products. They must get some kickback on selling the products. The dry cut wasn’t bad but then it was downhill from there. And then I got blamed for my hair looking badly because I didn’t like the Deva products so she only used some but not all on me. Seriously? If the products were that great, there would be no need for this site. My hair was a flat matted mess and I walked out with less curl than I went in with. And it was incredibly uneven and much shorter than I wanted. Can’t I just get a good cut? Maybe those who have had better experiences can enlighten me. I’m missing something with this salon. Definitely not worth $70.