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bump bump bump...good info, just need more ppl who are already situated in NOLA and can work with closures
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http://www.latonya4hair.com/id51.html
I've never been to this woman.
I came across her on IG and she does lace closures.
Here's an example of her work.
You can view more on her instagram @glamsuitesalon
 
Like i said i've never been to her personally so i cannot vouch for her quality.
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Originally posted by dutchess24 dutchess24 wrote:

Man please...I just cannot trust a New Orleans area stylist with a sew-in AND/OR layered cutting with a razor. They tend to be about 2-4 years behind ATL stylists as far as techniques go. It is VERY humid in N.O. area and they specialize in hard hair styles...feathery styles a la Kim K. just don't hold up well there. 

It is what it is, now curly weave/wavy weave may be better but from my experience, the average stylist in N.O. doesn't know how to cut type 2 or type 3 weaves either...they usually cut it DRY and you leave with "box hair".LOL

I lived there for 7 years, so trust me on this...I haven't seen any pics of these ladies' y'all mentioned work but on the whole...hell no for that state/area. It just gets worse the farther north you go. Ouch

I would break the bank and go to Ingrid in Baton Rouge for sure...or even drive to Houston if necessary, ATL depending on how I feel. 

MMM... I'm a new orleans native born and raised... i'd like to politely give you a chair.
Obviously you haven't been around much. hard styles have been outdated..... ratchetness is still rampant, but there are quality stylist in new orleans and in the surrounding areas.... tis all
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Where at in Houston?! lol I been living here for 3 years and I'm still looking for a good stylist!
 
I'm from New Orleans and I know for a fact that there are some great stylists out there. They all don't do hard styles believe me! We been stop rocking those. I haven't had a hard style since 1992 when everyone was rocking stacks! LOL But no really I can get my hair done in New Orleans and my flat iron style would last for a week! Here, as soon as I walk out the door after getting it fixed then to my house my hair will be a puffy mess. Sew In too! I guess it takes time and sacrifice to find a great stylist no matter where you're at. I'm still waiting out here for a good stylist!!! Cry
 
Dana Chanel and Shae Michelle all do great work in New Orleans. My old stylist at N 2 Hair Salon on Broad St. love her!! Wish I can find someone out here that can flat iron and sew in like back home!!
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Originally posted by dutchess24 dutchess24 wrote:

Man please...I just cannot trust a New Orleans area stylist with a sew-in AND/OR layered cutting with a razor. They tend to be about 2-4 years behind ATL stylists as far as techniques go. It is VERY humid in N.O. area and they specialize in hard hair styles...feathery styles a la Kim K. just don't hold up well there. 

It is what it is, now curly weave/wavy weave may be better but from my experience, the average stylist in N.O. doesn't know how to cut type 2 or type 3 weaves either...they usually cut it DRY and you leave with "box hair".LOL

I lived there for 7 years, so trust me on this...I haven't seen any pics of these ladies' y'all mentioned work but on the whole...hell no for that state/area. It just gets worse the farther north you go. Ouch

I would break the bank and go to Ingrid in Baton Rouge for sure...or even drive to Houston if necessary, ATL depending on how I feel. 
 
Where at in Houston?! lol I been living here for 3 years and I'm still looking for a good stylist!
I'm from New Orleans and I know for a fact that there are some great stylists out there. They all don't do hard styles believe me! We been stop rocking those. I haven't had a hard style since 1992 when everyone was rocking stacks! LOL But no really I can get my hair done in New Orleans and my flat iron style would last for a week! Here, as soon as I walk out the door after getting it fixed then to my house my hair will be a puffy mess. Sew In too! I guess it takes time and sacrifice to find a great stylist no matter where you're at. I'm still waiting out here for a good stylist!!! Cry
Dana Chanel and Shae Michelle all do great work in New Orleans. My old stylist at N 2 Hair Salon on Broad St. love her!! Wish I can find someone out here that can flat iron and sew in like back home!!
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Originally posted by iGotSunshine iGotSunshine wrote:

http://www.latonya4hair.com/id51. - http://www.latonya4hair.com/id51.html
I've never been to this woman.
I came across her on IG and she does lace closures.
Here's an example of her work.
You can view more on her instagram @glamsuitesalon
 
Like i said i've never been to her personally so i cannot vouch for her quality.


yeah i can vouch for latonya. I went to her last summer to install a weave and she is amazing! definitely was the best weave i've gotten yet...if anyone wants more information, feel free to contact me.
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any wigmakers in the b.r./n.o. area?
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pls explain me how she does that technique
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woman, I will never go to your salon because I am in Brazil. But one day I will discover your secret for my own pleasure lol
I have been following you.......
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