I Have Curly Hair

Now THIS is why I love what I do! I get so excited to hear that people love their hair, and now I’m so excited to share with you this wonderful write up from one of my (very) longtime clients! She has curly hair, and a lot to say about it. We have tried different techniques over time (Ouidad, DevaCurl, etc) to help her achieve her goals. It’s an honor to be the one to have helped her to love her hair. I hope you enjoy! xo Marla
__I have curly hair. For a long time I had a love/hate relationship with my curls. As a young girl I always wanted long hear, but my hair just grew big. I visited many hair stylists who when asked, “Can you cut curly hair?” proclaimed, “Of course!”. Much to my chagrin, they could not. Then came Marla. She was the first and only stylist who truly understood the relationship I had with my curls and knew what to do about it. Even when I lived out of state, I found myself coming back to Marla. I’ve been seeing Marla for 30 years, and when we started out, she just seemed to have a knack for taming my curls. Since that time she has been trained and certified in two specific techniques for cutting curly hair, Ouidad and Deva Curl. I was getting a Ouidad cut for years and loved it, but when Marla asked if I’d be willing to try a Deva cut I said, “Sure”. While both techniques left me with beautiful style and fun curls, the implementation and results were slightly different. Ouidad is done on freshly washed wet hair, and the Deva cut is done on dry hair, and then washed. Both are dried with a diffuser. The Ouidad cut left me with a fuller curl compared to the more spiral shape of my curl with the Deva cut. Each technique recommends use of a specific line of hair products. I already had a supply of Ouidad products and continued to use them with my Deva cut. I found that the Ouidad shampoo and conditioner worked fine with this cut, however, the Deva curl gel worked better for styling my Deva cut. For anyone starting fresh, I recommend using the product line associated with the technique you choose, but if you already have the products, I’d say you are probably ok to use up what you have.

As for which technique I prefer, I honestly love them both. I have complete confidence in Marla and know that whichever technique she uses, I’m going to get a spectacular cut for my curls and I am finally able to grow longer, healthy, curly hair!

If you have curly hair, and struggle to make it look the way you want it, call Marla for a consultation. I guarantee, when you ask, “Can you cut curly hair?”, the answer will be an honest, “Yes I can!”

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