Hmm... I'm still on the fence with Visible Changes. I see all these gloryfying reviews on Yelp and City Search...but I still don't see the allure. So, my hair is naturally kinky/wavy. I relax my hair and it straightens out very well (moves and flows like caucasion folks hair). So, it doesn't take much to think outside the box and come up with new and great haircuts. But I have yet to get one from Visible Changes. My first experience there was outright horrible, so they let me in to get it re-done by someone else. The redo was ""ok"" but not fabulous. I went two more times, and same deal--mediocre. I'm going again later on today and will be seen by yet another stylist. I plan to bring a picture of a past haircut I've gotten from a totally different stylist in another salon and some pictures from magazines. Hopefully with a little coaching, they can give me the haircut I want. I may even write a follow up review (hopefully with more stars) if things go well. Wish me luck... \r
So, I went that day to get my haircut and after I left, it looked ""ok."" But the maintenence is atrocious... I told the stylist not to cut my hair too short. But alas, she did anyway. Furthermore...the process of blow drying/styling at this place is still below par for ethnic hair. You aren't supposed to just blow air willy nilly till the hair is dry. For all those of you who don't know what I'm talking about--our hair goes poof! I think they rely too much on the flat iron to make hair straight. That said, the style doesn't last which means they don't know how to ""train"" the hair. I should note that I think they do good work with straight, european-type hair. But if you have naps, kinks, or even a relaxer, I'd recommend you go someplace else.
Pros: Conveniently located
Cons: Not experienced with all hair types