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In need of stylist in Dayton

stefflg79stefflg79 Posts: 85Registered Users
Hi there! I'm hoping someone has a curly hair stylist in Dayton, Ohio that they recommend. I tried looking on the Devacurl website and actually went to one if them that was recommended on the website. She used Deva products, but did NOT do a Devacut. She cut most of my hair in two snips, not curl by curl. Then she actually used a curling iron at the end with out protecting the hair first! Sigh..so I'm hoping some one has found someone they recommend. Thanks in advance!
Fine/Thin hair (low density)
Normal porosity
Normal Elasticity

Techniques: Modified Super Soaker, plopping, pixe diffusing, clipping

Low poo: Acure, Y2Cukes
Co Wash: SNRS, Suave Tropical Coconut
RO: Y2C
Style: FSG (HG!!!!), with HETT & BRHG or Devacurl Ultra light defining Gel
PT: IAGirls Gelatin
DT: GVP CB mixed with Coconut oil, Olive Oil, Agave (or honey).

Favorite Styling tools: Devafuser, Deva clips & Flour Sack Towels

Comments

  • KjnewkKjnewk Posts: 2Registered Users
    Brianne Prince is awesome! She is a bit south of Dayton in Mason but worth the drive in my opinion. /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.brianneprincesalon.com%2F" class="Popup
  • stefflg79stefflg79 Posts: 85Registered Users
    Thank you! I just checked out her Facebook page and she has some awesome pics! I'm south of Dayton, so it's definitely feasible to see her. My only problem will be getting out of the house for that long of time with a baby and a two year old! I will try though! :)
    Fine/Thin hair (low density)
    Normal porosity
    Normal Elasticity

    Techniques: Modified Super Soaker, plopping, pixe diffusing, clipping

    Low poo: Acure, Y2Cukes
    Co Wash: SNRS, Suave Tropical Coconut
    RO: Y2C
    Style: FSG (HG!!!!), with HETT & BRHG or Devacurl Ultra light defining Gel
    PT: IAGirls Gelatin
    DT: GVP CB mixed with Coconut oil, Olive Oil, Agave (or honey).

    Favorite Styling tools: Devafuser, Deva clips & Flour Sack Towels
  • stefflg79stefflg79 Posts: 85Registered Users
    Also, I would Devacut, but do you happen to know if she recommends more affordable alternatives to Deva products as well that are CG for for your hair type? I like Deva products, but I do seem to be allergic to a few as well. Thanks again!
    Fine/Thin hair (low density)
    Normal porosity
    Normal Elasticity

    Techniques: Modified Super Soaker, plopping, pixe diffusing, clipping

    Low poo: Acure, Y2Cukes
    Co Wash: SNRS, Suave Tropical Coconut
    RO: Y2C
    Style: FSG (HG!!!!), with HETT & BRHG or Devacurl Ultra light defining Gel
    PT: IAGirls Gelatin
    DT: GVP CB mixed with Coconut oil, Olive Oil, Agave (or honey).

    Favorite Styling tools: Devafuser, Deva clips & Flour Sack Towels
  • KjnewkKjnewk Posts: 2Registered Users
    It does take a little while to get in to see her so maybe that will help give plenty of time to make arrangements for the little ones! She is also available in the evenings and on weekends which was helpful for me. As for product recommendations, I'm not sure. I too realized quickly that Deva products were not for me but, I am a research junkie and subsequently a product junkie so, I just did a bunch of trial and error on my own. I'm sure she won't mind you asking for recommendations beside Deva products though!
  • stefflg79stefflg79 Posts: 85Registered Users
    Thanks again! When I'm ready for my next haircut I'll be giving her a call! :)
    Fine/Thin hair (low density)
    Normal porosity
    Normal Elasticity

    Techniques: Modified Super Soaker, plopping, pixe diffusing, clipping

    Low poo: Acure, Y2Cukes
    Co Wash: SNRS, Suave Tropical Coconut
    RO: Y2C
    Style: FSG (HG!!!!), with HETT & BRHG or Devacurl Ultra light defining Gel
    PT: IAGirls Gelatin
    DT: GVP CB mixed with Coconut oil, Olive Oil, Agave (or honey).

    Favorite Styling tools: Devafuser, Deva clips & Flour Sack Towels