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I used to go to Kenya. As mentioned in an earlier comment, I too will be returning to Kier at Bangz in Montclair.

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notice until she was finished and notice plenty of hair on the comb. Please note I have long hair. I new right then I was not returning back to that salon

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Her prices are awesome! I got a relaxer,cut,rinse,and style for $100! Yes, you read it correctly..$100! Kenya is extremely nice and personable.

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I've been coloring my hair at home for the past 5 months, try to go 7 weeks between touch ups and wash my hair only twice a week - use sulfate free shampoo and conditioner. My goal is to keep my hair healthy looking, shiny and be able to continue to grow it out. So far, I noticed some breakage on the top of my head - not good

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found out about Salon Femi on a city data message board. I went there with medium expectations because you can never trust a message board. I am SOOOO glad that I went. The atmosphere was nice. The salon wasn't crowded, the music was nice, and everyone was very friendly. Her prices are awesome! I got a relaxer,cut,rinse,and style for $100! Yes, you read it correctly..$100! Kenya is extremely nice and personable. She listened to what I liked and disliked and she told me the best possible style to fit my needs. Her number one goal is make sure your hair is healthy...which is what I really needed! Also, the guy that washed my hair was FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC. He did an awesome job and even gave me a scalp massage! It was the best wash I've ever had! Overall, this was a fantastic experience and I will definitely be a regular at Salon Femi!‎

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I didn't notice until she was finished and notice plenty of hair on the comb. Please note I have long hair. I new right then I was not returning back to that salon again. The finish look was not as good as the first experience.

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My experiences at Salon Femi were not a good one. I have thin porous hair and my 1st experience was ok aside from a concern. My 1st experience...I went to Kenya to get my hair done and I must admit the gentleman who washed my hands was AMAZING!! Once I sat in Kenya's chair, I noticed she detangled my wet, thin, porous hair with a brush (who does that). The finish look was to my satisfaction but I was concerned about why a stylist would detangle thin hair with a brush. I thought I would give her another try since I was pleased with my hair style.
2nd Experience...Kenya applied the relaxer and I told her my forehead was burning so of course I have a scab on my forehead. Again...my hair is thin and porous, why did she this time detangle my hair with a FINE tooth comb! I didn't notice until she was finished and notice plenty of hair on the comb. Please note I have long hair. I new right then I was not returning back to that salon again. The finish look was not as good as the first experience. Kenya tried some technique with wrapping my hair, placing a plastic cap and sitting me under the dryer. I asked her to flat iron it straight like my first experience but of course she didn't. Again, all of the stylists are very nice as well as Kenya and her mother is sharp! Am I willing to go back for a 3rd experience...No way. I will be getting my hair done at Bangz in Montclair by Kier

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