Strand Theory Salon And Spa

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Stylist: Dita

Rating: Salon Rating: 2 Scissors

If you have natural hair, make ABSOLUTE sure that you know what you want done to your hair, and do all your research. Before coming into the salon, I sent an email asking if the salon specialized in natural hair and how much a haircut to take off my relaxed ends would cost. Dita, the owner, replied to me and said that they do dry-cutting and natural hair, and that all of that would cost around $50. I called in to make an appointment and was scheduled with Dita, which I thought was awesome, thinking that she would be an expert on natural hair. I was far from correct. I entered the salon and Dita asked me what services I was looking for, so I told her that I wanted to cut off my relaxed ends in order to be completely natural; I had spent about a month convincing myself just to do the big chop and I was ready, so I was so disappointed when she blatantly told me NO because she would prefer not to, as if it was her own head that she was working on. I'm not a confrontational person, and thinking that she knew what she was doing, I agreed to let her do her thing. I WILL NOT be going back again and I encourage anyone looking for natural hair services around the Allen Park area (because this salon has moved to Allen Park) to try Melissa Stites at Anthony's Salon instead.

Stylist: Derrick Burton

Rating: Salon Rating: 5 Scissors

Derrick was my stylist for 8 years prior to me going natural. I absolutely love him. I never let anyone else touch my head....he needs to become a natural stylist. He is also a color specialist. He is the reason I am very tempted to go back to color.

Stylist: Lisa

Rating: Salon Rating: 5 Scissors

My daughter went in as a walk in for her 16th birthday. She was in & out within an hour. She has thick hair. The style was cute & her hair was healthy. The salon's price was reasonable. Strand Theory's shop is very chic. Very cute. It is also conveniently located.