Jeremy, the owner, is great at fades, shaves and men’s cuts. But he should not be allowed to do color on any person’s hair, ever. He constantly bragged about how much hair he colored in school, so I thought I’d give him a chance. It took him three hours to apply and wash. Color was flung everywhere, somehow I ended up with some on my back. When he was washing my hair, I could feel all the life and moisture draining from it, given he had come unprepared for my type of hair (very course, very thick). When I left, the color was fine. He used Wella brand color, which for those of you who don’t know, anyone can pick up at Sally’s Beauty Salon without a license. It’s one tiny step up from Walmart box color. I did not know this until a month after the service, when I was at another salon getting my hair fixed. After two washes, nearly all the color washed out of my hair. I’ve had my fair share of rinses, demi colors, semi colors, and permanents. This is not a characteristic of professional permanent color. My stylist recommended I ask Jeremy due to the amount of damage and poor/mismatched color application on my hair. I asked him what brand of color he used on my hair (which I have spent the last 2 years not coloring and growing out so I could start over with fresh hair). He took forever to respond and evaded the question at first, asking about my root color as a distraction until he finally admitted it was Wella. I have included screen shots. Jeremy should not be allowed to color any person’s hair ever again until he gets the adequate education to do so.
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