Zaza Salon and Spa
Zaza Salon and Spa
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This revolutionary cutting technique was designed for all natural textures, from wavy to super curly. Hair is sculpted curl-by-curl, while dry, in its natural state. This service includes a transformation service.
From wavy to super curly, the beauty of this service is the customized design for every client. This luxurious process begins with a healthy botanical cleanse and condition, followed by a styling and coaching session for at-home curl care.
Stylists at this salon
If only a stylist would listen
On my first visit I was told that I really need to chop my curls to give them proper shape for future growth. Fine. It was never dry-cut before, so it made sense. I struggled with the shorter style that I didn't like, but it was a sacrifice for a proper curly style. On my second visit, I asked that only the very minimum is taken off.. I walked away with an even shorter style than six months prior. For anyone with curls, you know how difficult it is to grow them out. I'm never coming back.
A terrible cut
About a year and a half ago I went to get a Devacut with Ofelia. Once I got there she sat me down and started brushing my hair while it was dry. Then she started cutting the hair but also putting other products that aren't curly girl friendly on my dry hair. Then after she cutted my hair she took a curling iron and started curling my naturally curly hair. After she was done she brushed it out with a paddle brush. Then after she gave was starting to give me products by Oribe. I even asked her "Shouldn't I be getting DevaCurl products?" She told me that DevaCurl products wouldn't work for my hair. I paid up to $500 just for her to mess with my hair and get products. She didn't even wash my hair after. Once I got home I washed my hair with the products she gave me and it made my hair very dry and frizzy.
Did the wrong cut
I was scheduled to get a DevaCut with a stylist, yet when I got to the salon, I was immediately shampooed, conditioned, and cut wet. It my first cut and I didn't stop her because I was only 17 at the time and didn't feel comfortable speaking up, but after a few minutes with the scissors she realized I wasn't the client she thought I was. She kinda just shrugged it. I never returned to Zaza for their services.
I had great color but the shampoo girl was so rough digging her nails into my hair and scrunching it around, that she ripped my hair and gave me split ends. I have spent months growing out my hair and getting rid of split ends. They also do not promote their deva products.