I have been going to MK Hair Studio for years and after reading this review on here I felt the need to leave a review. I recently lost my cell phone & that's where the salon's # was stored so I used yellowpages.com to find the # so I could make an appointment & then I saw this nasty review!! I don't know who this lady saw but I have been going to the owner Tammy for years & I have the best hair around. I have traveled to NY, LA, & London & my job requires me to have a hair and make-up artist to get ready and I have always gotten wonderful compliments on my cut & color. I don't know who this lady saw but I am completely satisfied and have been for 6 years and I will continue going here & I hope everyone won't get discouraged from going because they truely are great stylist & great people. Nothing but warm smiles when I go in! (plus they always have good candy in the candy dish!!)
Let me start off by telling you that the beauty shop is mostly African-americans, Caribbeans. If you are black-friendly and are very open-minded about black people touching your hair then it's cool but most white people just don't go to black beauty shops. They just think that a white person should take care of a white person's hair. Conclusion, well you can make you own but you know what I am thinking of right? The big R. Sandra is the owner. They used to be on Cambridge street and moved to Hampshire street. The Cambridge street location brought them more customers but people complained about no parkings. Their new location on Hampshire street is too hidden but has parkings. Sandra is a beautiful woman, she is a professional and friendly. She also does Mary Kay business so if you need Mary Kay products she is your girl. The hair experience is good. Truereview here to tell you the truth.
I visited because I was just not feeling great. My back and neck were just screaming out for attention. I arrived and was surprised by the building. It looked like a residence, but phew I saw the business directory and knew I was in the right place. It's kind of a neat older victorian building and from what I saw other types of therapists work here too. I was greeted and brought into the office. The therapist was great, she really focused on my back and got pretty deeply into spots that felt like they gave up as soon as she started honing in on them. I would recommend this place to anyone. It's casual but professional and the few times I've gone I've left feeling like a mushy cloud.