06/10/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I was introduced to Mona's some time back and stood loyal to the hair being that it matched my hair texture...but lately the quality of the Italian Yaky hair used to be great, but has been horrible. I initially reached out to the shop to get some answers and the owner never called me back so I went there personally to see what could be done. The cashier was helpful and reimbursed me a portion of new hair, but once again the hair was tangling after about a week and a half...I have given up on Mona's and will take my money else where.
07/15/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I have been going to monas hair center for years I probably have paid the owners kids college tuition. But ladies if you dont want to go and spend major figures on lugo's hair Mona's is the next best thing. I dont have a perm so Mona's hair its perfect for me,some packs of weaves sy yaki; it's not really yaki. Mona's hair is yaki for yaki hair.
04/24/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Mona's Hair Center is conviently located on 125th street near multiple train lines. The hair at Monas's is good. It is a better quality than regular bag hair however it is not superior to Lugo's hair or any place that sells hair by the ounce for that matter. Mona's hair is way overated. It sheds like cathair nad I would not recommend reusing it. The prices seem to go up every other month. 4 ounces of 18 inch hair will cost about 150 dollars or more. Thats not even enough to do the entire head so you are forced to buy multiple packs...spending a few hundred dollars. When I wore this hair it ended up in my refrigerator, all over the floor at my job, on my pillow.... The list goes on. Save your money guys. You will be better off buying a pack of Remi Velvet Hair from the beauty supply for 80 bucks a pack. Atleast you will still have money to pay the hairdresser!!!