Mar 26, 2008 - I walked in and presented Erika with a stylist's nightmare: A severely overgrown haircut, made worse by me hacking away at it with dull scissors (yes, I know), which made my usually shiny curls morph into a frizzy wild mop-looking thing on top of my head. Erika fixed all that. My hair still needs another trimming session, but it looks 100 times better already. I appreciate the fact that Erika talked me out of cutting off all my hair like I wanted to. She said we'd better work on getting the layers even, THEN we could work on going shorter if I still wanted to. I'm glad she did that. After discussing what the action plan was, she got to work. She evened out my hair, styled it, and showed me a few tricks for styling it on my own. She didn't assume I wanted to straighten my hair, which is a first, and she did a good job of styling it curly , which is also a first. Usually when I go to a salon I have to run home and re-style it because it looks like a bad 80s perm. Erika knows how to deal with curly hair. The salon is very nice too... it's actually an old house and has tons of charm. There is convenient parking too. I will definitely be going back.