Duluth >Salon Sedona
I found my salon! Recently I had a hair appointment with Miss Olga Kane. She cut & colored my hair. I love what she did, it was exactly what I asked her, I wanted a beachy-blonde natural look for summer. I love it and will be a permanent client :)
I met with Olga for a haircut & highlight. I have never had my hair highlighted before so I was really nervous. Olga did exactly what I asked and it looked so natural. I love it and will be returning. 4 Stars!
Great conversation and amazing hair cut!! Ask for Olga Kane. I'm very impressed with the way she is able to cut and style my hair!
Finally a Great Hairdresser. Olga has impressed me (and that is hard to do) she has taken the mess I had and reshaped and colored to where I feel good again about my hair. Olga takes her time and talks to you and actually listens to what you're telling her not what she wants to hear. I work in the Johns Creek area but live in the Hamilton Mill area and I will drive that 45 minutes anytime to have Olga do my hair. Everyone in the Salon is friendly, you feel comfortable walking in.
Fantastic Time, Great Hair!.
This salon can be slightly tricky to find the first time, but it's definitely worth the the finding! Parking is easy, the salon is cute and the people are great. Most importantly, I've never had so many compliments on my hair as I have in the past year!
Olga has been doing my hair - and she does a beautiful job. I've been getting my haircut and color and have so far also had 1 Brazilian Blowout and 2 Keratin treatments. They also carry great products - you have to use sulphate-free when you do the Brazilian or Keratin - so it's great to get everything for my hair in one place! I especially love the Juvexin serum - smells divine - and the Kenra hairspray.
Olga really excels in the consultation. She listens to what I want (and I am extremely picky), we discuss colors, she sometimes pulls out the hair color chart with samples - so it's easier for me to visualize, we discuss the cut, how I usually do my hair at home, and then we get started. My hair takes a while to do - it's very long and thick. So we chat and Olga plies me with snacks and drinks.
This last time I was there I really paid attention to how she does my color - I have highlights and lowlights - and since she doesn't want one color to fade onto another, and sometimes I get the platinum highlights, and this last time I didn't want them, but I'll likely get them next time - she really has to do some tricky maneuvering with all the foils and different peroxide strengths. She had out 4 different bowls for the colors. It was very interesting to learn about the colors, covering gray, and so great to get a service from someone who cares so much about doing a great job. I also love the fact that she takes the time to do it well. Olga really has a passion for hair!
You know your hair looks good when strangers stop you on the street to give you a compliment. I was recently out of town - heading to the subway - and a lady stopped me to say, "Your hair is beautiful! People would pay thousands of dollars to have their hair look like yours!" I thanked her and said, "You have to meet my stylist!"
Great Shop - good experience with each stylist I've used.
Carrie manages the salon and is most accommodating. I usually have my cuts and coloring done by Olga Kane who rocks!
P.S.: I'm a guy and its hard to find a place this good that doesn't feel too "girly"
Don't overpay for beauty school student work. I had gotten a few haircuts here because of its location near my house. They were nice haircuts, but expect to pay what you would pay at any boutique salon (and others have much more prime reputations than Salon Sedona... Like Moda which is not far away). So after about 3-4 cuts (plus my hubby got cuts there) I was there with my husband also getting a cut and on a whim chatted with my stylist about our upcoming wedding and that I would like my haircolor to be really great for the rehearsal/wedding/honeymoon since there are a zillion pictures. So she booked me for a cut and color on the day of my rehearsal dinner, about 6 weeks away. When I arrived for my appointment the stylist was late so I had to sit in my car waiting, but not a huge deal. So she does my cut and color. Now, she has cut and straightened my hair many times by now and knows exactly how long it takes. I had even joked with her in one of my first appointments that my stylist in Athens made me book a double appointment because my hair is thick (hint hint). She knows this is the hair I will wear for my rehearsal dinner and wedding. Two things happened: First, I am super ivory pale and she got dark mahogany hair color all over my skin and left it there while I was under the dryer thing. Second, she had overbooked her day and had customers waiting for appointments while I was sitting with wet hair in her chair. So, she tells me that she can only blow dry my hair and will not be able to style it (did I mention this is for my wedding rehearsal and wedding and I have curly hair I want straightened????) and gives me some alcohol stuff to try to get all the dye off my face but it isn't budging. I asked if I could at least use her straightening iron at another station while she took her next client, so there I was, the bride to be, with brown stains on my face and then massive red rashes where I've tried to rub it off with the solution, standing alone at a station and trying to straighten my hair. And I'm pretty sure this did not even warrant a discount because my total was definitely something over $150 that day & I wasn't purchasing product. I went home to my fiance (now husband) totally distraught. What a great memory!!! I used my straightening iron at the hotel later and got my hair straight and pretty, but it should have been done by the person whom I had booked to make sure it looked great. I have since even gone to one of those dreaded chain hair cutteries to get a trim because I will never go to Salon Sedona again and a hack job from the chain people is at least so cheap you can't expect much more. Anyway, I might have been better going to the beauty school for my wedding hair~ at least they would have taken their time and tried hard to ensure it was right. Oh, and BTW, they were badmounthing other clients while I was in the chair which I thought was so tacky. But what do you expect from a former Starbucks barrista who just couldn't pick a profession and chose to be a stylist on a whim? Go elsewhere, seriously. I don't think they are very professional or talented and I think there is a need for more training involved. I watch "Tabatha's Salon Takeover" which is hilarious, but I often think of what Tabatha's feedback would have been if she would have seen the debacle that I had to endure???
Hello. This is Carie, owner of Salon Sedona & this review is ABSOUTLY FALSE! First of all, I have 7 very experienced styists that would NEVER color a clients hair the day of any special event. Every stylist has at least 9 years of experience. Second, I am wondering why this person did not come to the owner (myself) with this HUGE problem. I think it is because this review might have come from another salon owner whos stylist left to come work for me? Hummm.
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