I am guessing the above 10 people are either employees or friends thereof... Let me tell you my story regarding Salon Divas.
I decided to try this place out, given it is in the building where i recently moved in. Arrived on a Sunday afternoon. There was only one person there, in the back taking care of a customer. Three other ladies were already in line, so i decided to wait...
No one came to greet or ask about an appointment, etc.. nothing... 20min later, another one of the people who works there arrived, completely ignoring everyone hid on the back somewhere.
Eventually the three ladies were taken care of, and supposedly it was my turn, seeing no-one else was available. Throughout the time (about an hour and a half I tried to get the attention of one of the two ladies.. but in vain)..
Finally I thought it would be my turn, alas.. the lady that got freed up decided to make a phone call, probably more important than talking to her customer.. that took some time, and so another one of her friends walked in.. they went on the back..
During the 1.5hrs no one even bothered to pay any attention or even greet me or even make an eye contact. What place that prides itself on ""friendliness"" and customer service does that?
Needless to say, I will not be ""trying"" this place again, and will opt for one of the many other fine salons in Seattle that actually enjoy seeing a new customer's face in their shops.