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If you want a weave that looks and feels like a wig this is the spot. If you want your hair cut and styled do not go to this salon you will pay at least 100$ for the installation however your hair will have no shape. Honestly i did not like the way i was treated my last visit. Joyce acts like she is the only rodeo in town and treats you as such. If you want your hair hooked up try Ramel at J renee salon in duluth!!!
Posted: 6/27/2015 • Link to this review
Been there several times. Much better than other shops but when one of the stylist who is the manager decides she wants to charge more she will overcharge!! Told me it was now $74 instead of $59.
Posted: 4/23/2012 • Link to this review
I really like Stitches weave shop. My experience want bad at all. I liked that the girls have experience and they know what they are doing. I get weaves often, so I can appreciate a tight weave. I guess if your a first timer, it may seem different. My overall experience was good tho, will for sure go back.
Posted: 4/11/2011 • Link to this review
I say stitches is the perfect name, because that is exactly what it felt like, i felt like my head was in stitches. but they need to know that the weave was so freakin tight, that I had many sleep less nights, the days was so bad I couldnt concentrate, because I was so worried my edges front, side back were going to be pulled out. Good thing I took it out, because I saw my edges were getting thin & my head was throbbing for aboout 24hrs after the weave was out, It was bad. The weave that was suppose to be $59.00 was over a $100 & I took it out on the 3rd day, because it was unbearably tight & I look like I had a muffet top, I felt like an old lady on the way to church. The weave to my friends looked like a wig. The women were nice, but in some instances - over reaction un-necessary for such a small space. I thought I was going to a salon & it was a tiny office, that was o.k, again the women were nice- very nice- I appreciate their grind - I wish them success, Again the women were nice, but she needs to understand a tight weave does not equal good results. I took out my weave, thank goodness & I'm working on my own hair now, I don't care how long it takes.
Posted: 4/09/2011 • Link to this review