I hate my hair. Seriously, it's just pain and trauma growing out of my scalp. You see, I am mixed (Mom is Caucasian and Cuban/ Dad is African America) and I didn't get "the good hair." My two brothers got soft and easy to manage hair. I got insanely thick, uneven curls. My Mom had no idea how to deal with my hair. She tried relaxers, mayonnaise, olive oil ... pretty much whatever she could get her hands on to tame my hair.
When I went off to college I decided that I was tired of doing my hair (relaxers, serums, and flat irons were getting old) -- so I got dreads. That was hair bliss right there. I always got compliments on how cool my hair was and I didn't have to do a thing but wash it. But that bliss couldn't last forever. So last year I cut them out and went short.
Ever since I've gone short I haven't been able to find the perfect person to keep my short do looking hot. I have tried countless salons in the LA area and was never completely satisfied, until now.
Sunday I went to Chrome in Culver City and loved it!!! Jared was my stylist. He was super-friendly and didn't butcher me. The price was right too, $50 for a haircut (I think that's a deal.) Check him out and you won't be sorry ...
Chrome 10764 Washington Blvd Culver City, CA 90232 (310) 558-8909