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I will return when in the area. I didn't ask if bringing your own conditioner was an option like at most Dom salonsbut if so I that might make me give this place stars. My hair has never been this full and bouncy.
My hair came out soft and I have received compliments for the volume my hair is thin and gets very straight with too much heat. Taking off a star for up charging for natural hair which seems standard for the DMV but not standard in other cities. So it seems like a rip to pay extra. The service is okay. I had one bad experience in which I came to the salon late on a Fri. With that experience behind, I found out that it's best to go first thing in the a.
Another thing that I am not too crazy about is the excessive blow dry. When I ask Sintias dominican stylist please do not put too much heat on my roots and she doesn't follow, it makes me dissatisfied.
My hair is very fine and does not need a lot of heat, but explaining that to the "Sintias dominican" seems very difficult. I would give 5 stars if the some of the stylists would simply listen to the clients' needs.
No appointments are required there products are excellent quality there knowledge of hair care is fantastic oh and make Sintias dominican you ask for Alex - she is my stylist one day I will hire her as my personal stylist!!! It took me 20 months to grow and cut all chemicals from my hair.
The setup is like an assembly line but that is not a problem. They over charged for natural hair and that was not a problem. I was told by the shampooer that the cocktail I chose was not conducive to colored hair I have a rinse in my hair and I should use a vitamin cocktail, not a problem and at this point they have a 5 star rating from me.
The shampooer was nice but heavy handed instead of combing starting from the tips he started combing from the roots and this is where their star rating value starts to drop.
In an assembly line fashion I am moved to the chair for a blowout but was told by the shampooer to only go to the lady with red hair or the one with long black hair therefore I had to tell the 1st young lady that was available I could not sit in her chair I go to the red head.
Once she blow dried my hair I ask her to take pictures which she did and then she proceeded to trim my ends The red head told me I should put curls in my head so that it wont look so flat and I agree and she proceeds to use a flat iron Once done hair looks really nice but so thin especially at the top where I felt the heat from the blow dryer! I tip the red head and the shampooer very generously.
I get in the car and notice a whiff of burned hair After several days of the burned Sintias dominican smell and several nightmares about why it was smelling burned I decide I cannot take it anymore so on day 5 I wash my hair so that I could deep condition it and guess what? I cannot tell you how hurt, violated and disrespect I feel.
If Sintia's feels as though they do not want to do natural hair then do not accept natural hair clients Don't violate your clients and undermine every positive, healthy, constructive choice your client has made for their hair and lifestyle.
I am so "Sintias dominican" So I've stuck in there with Sintas because despite their generally poor attitudes, rolling eyes, and their tugging and pulling and burning my scalp, they are still the "Sintias dominican" Dominican salon in the area.
Today my perseverance paid off. I found Sintias dominican Holy Grail of combination of wash, roller and style people that are pleasant, gentile and good! So if you're considering paying a visit to Sintas, ask for these people by name: That's saying a lot for the amount and texture of my hair. So in short, I say pay Sintas a visit and go to the people listed.
Let my years literally of lessons learned save you some time and frustration. For obvious reasons I won't get into how bad my visit really was. Imma just say this if you're natural meaning you don't get perms please keep it moving.
I'm not sure if my hair didn't turn out as nice as has in the past because I opted out of the deep conditioner. But on the rumor mill it was stated that certain Dominican salons in MD were mixing perm in their conditioner.
Just to be on the safe side I opted out. Word of advice to the shampoo guy: My hair looked a mess. I had to wear my hair in a clip for two weeks before I decided to just wash that mess out. I will never Sintias dominican my time, gas, nor money here again.