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Re: New salon to add
Reply #15 - Sep 17th, 2004 at 10:02pm
 
Does the George Michael system have any tips for growing long, healthy hair that are not already covered in Rapunzel's "Ultimate Guide to Growing Long hair" ?

Please share- I'm all ears  !!!!!!!!!!!!! Smiley

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Reply #16 - Sep 18th, 2004 at 1:53pm
 
I love the idea of the traveling show, BB! Good idea!
I would also be willing to travel a distance,too if one
was to open up in the Minnesota-SouthDakota-Iowa
area.  For at least on visit.
HSCLV,not to deluge you with questions, but does
GM have a philosphy on coloring hair?  Do they recommend/not recommend doing it if you want long hair?
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Reply #17 - Nov 21st, 2004 at 1:52pm
 
Does any one live in the WV,MD,VA Area that knows of a good salon for long hair?
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Reply #18 - Apr 25th, 2005 at 7:47pm
 
I live in WV, and go to a great salon. I don't think there are any salons in WV (at least in the Charleston-Huntington area) that focus on long hair. It is called Affinity and it is in Teays Valley, WV (If you don't know where Teays Valley is I can give you directions). It is not a long hair salon, but the stylists are very good and are willing to work on whatever you want to do with your hair. You just may have to tell them if, for example, you're growing your hair out and would prefer to avoid -cones. I would recommend either Nancy or Jenny. Nancy may not be the right choice (thought she is probably the most knowledgable) if you are growing you hair out. She prefers stylized, modern hair, but she might just suggest a style or way of fixing your hair that you love. Jenny is a better choice if you want someone who is really nice and will go along with whatever you want to do while giving you advice.
One last thing, Sometimes it takes going a time or two for them to accept you as a consistant customer. They are all very nice, but I would suggest not being overly picking about small stuff (like shampoo ingredients) until you have been there several times. You have to remember that the people who constantly color or cut their hair bring in more income that someone growing out there hair that only needs a trim. But, on the other side, I've been there so long that no one cares that I'm not dying and cutting it every week like I used to.
Like most things, I suggest giving it a try and deciding if you like it.
Hope that helps.  Grin
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Re: New salon to add
Reply #19 - Feb 21st, 2007 at 2:40pm
 
I just wanted to announce that there is now a Madora, George Michael affiliate in the Metro Washington DC area.
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