This salon has been my home and family for the past 3 years. I recall the first time ever stepping foot into their door. Never once had I ever considered or even thought that there were salons out there using all natural products such as Aveda. The earthy smell of the products alone were enough to get me hooked.
Before deciding Kisma was my new home, I used to go several different places to get my hair cut, my nails, and waxing done. I used to dye my own hair or have a friend help, and only in very rare occasions did I ever trust a salon with my highlights or dye. Kisma soon became the one stop shop for it all.
The music is always very soothing and calm. Their lighting is just right in the salon to ensure your hair is safe in all angles for whatever cut you may need. The floor is always well maintained, the seats comfortable, and I love how every time I come in there is a complimentary make-up touch up or some sort of scalp/hand massage. They have relaxation down to a tee (just ask Stephen or Geri).
Kristy, my first stylist, was the first since I was 14 to convince me to try blond highlights. They came out flawless needless to say. Teresita is who you want to see if you're looking for something adventurous or someone who knows just what's right for your hair/occasion. Justin is amazing with color! No really! Simply awesome. Danielle is very compassionate not only with your hair, but when you also need someone to listen. Cecilia is wonderful if you are still feeling a bit shy with your hair or feel a bit modest. Tammy, my most recent visit, I had never sat in her chair before, told her what I wanted, and nailed it. I mean nailed it; it was perfect!
Everyone always tend to pick their favorite hair stylist that at times they can be worried to venture or stray away if they are out of the salon when you need them. It's not really necessary to be worried at all here. I've seen some come and go from Kisma and tried a few different stylists. Never have I ever been unhappy or needed to return to 'fix' my hair.
When you decide to make the trip, make sure whoever's seat that you wind up in that you take a few of their cards with you. I'm stopped by friends, co-workers, and even sometimes people on the street/at the store/everywhere for hair compliments.