I am ashamed to tell you that it has been about a year since my last hair cut. It’s not that I am attached to hair length. I actually appreciate a good haircut. It can add volume, style and make hair look so much healthier. I wasn’t happy with the shape of my hair at my last cut and so I’ve avoided trims ever since.
When I was contacted by the Louis Quarterman Salon with an opportunity to check out their services, I decided to step out on a ledge and entrust my tresses to them. I was going to get color AND Cut!
My first impression of Louis Quarterman Salon was great. The location was perfect! It’s in Midtown right on Northside Drive. In fact, it’s in the same building as my nail salon. And there is free parking, which is always important when you are talking ITP.
Although they specialize in natural hair, they certainly cater to all types of hair types. Natural, relaxed and non-people of color.
Louis, Rajii and the rest of the team were super friendly. After consulting with Louis, we decided that we would blow my hair out for the cut. This was HUGE because I have not had my hair blown out in years. 4 years to be exact.
First we did my color which was followed by the most magnificent shampoo of my life. When it was time for the blow out and cut, I was a little nervous and excited at the same time. I’d finally get to see me with straight hair!
The result was very much…ummm…Cousin It.
Yikes. I had a head full of scraggly, long, blonde hair. But after my cut I felt infinitely better.
Still long. Still blonde. But the shape was so much better.
As much fun as it was to see me with straight hair, I wanted my curls back immediately. It just feels more like me. And now that I have fresh color and a great cut, I am totally ready for the holidays!
I’m really happy that I had the chance to try out the Louis Quarterman Salon. I will definitely be visiting again. If you decide to try them, tell them Babs sent ya!
Necessary Legalities: I was provided with hair services in order to facilitate this post. All opinions expressed are my own.