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“The prices are very very reasonable as well.”
generations of stylist.
I myself have been going to this salon for about 10 years, then i started to bring my son. he had been seeing one of the older stylist, but last week he had many clients waiting on him, so they recommended a younger stylist; derek. i was a little weary, but it was the first time i saw my 16 year old son so happy! Derek did everything i asked and more! definitely younger, but his experience out weighed his age.
Now my son only wants to see derek.
STAY AWAY from Fancy Wave.
UGH!!! I have never been so furiously dissatisfied as I am with this place. Since Eco destroyed my hair last weekend, these monstrous highlights have been the talk amongst my friends. They all urged me to 'do something about my hair ASAP'. However Eco has unremorsefully refused to help me, despite repeated returns to the salon to show everyone the humiliating WHITE highlights he placed dead center on the top front of my my jet black Asian hair.
This was my first Internet review-referred experience, which has proved to be a monumental DISASTER. But it was a risk I chose to take so I only have myself to blame.
STAY AWAY FROM FANCY WAVE BEAUTY SALON. Eco has traumatized for life.
I've been a customer since I was eleven!.
And I'm 20 now.
I'd recommend seeing the hairdresser by the name of Eco.
The prices are very very reasonable as well.
No Frills, Big Deals. Great find. I have long, thick, dry hair. I've been looking for a place that's a bargain, but still gives my hair the attention it needs. Fancy Wave is strictly for individuals, who want a no-frills quality cut; Fancy Wave is not for glam spa-salon seekers. My hair was triple washed, deep condidtioned, layered-cut, blown, and flat ironed for $18 in under an hour. I've had $80+ hair cuts before and I was pleased with my results. Although, no appointment is needed--do yourself a favor and make one in advance.
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