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Old 09-03-2014, 03:43 PM
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Originally Posted by vintagelady View Post
Posh Hair Salon do they specialize in natural hair? If so do they press the hair?
ETA- I looked on the site and didn't see any mention of any of the stylist knowing how to do black natural hair so I have no idea if they know how to deal with natural hair or not. I hope someone would be able to chime in who knows.
For natural hair, try Natural Resources Salon in the Village. Check out their website - naturalresourcessalon.com. They do all types of natural hair including pressing, blowouts, and weaves. They're the only natural hair salon that I trust.

5313 Morningside Dr.
Houston, TX 77005
Tel: + 1 713 528 7102​
Email us @: contactus@naturalresourcessalon.com
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Old 01-03-2017, 10:15 AM
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Default North Houston Silk Press Alternative: The Hair Resort

I finally found someone on the Northside equal in skill to Tabatha.... she's Niecy at The HAIR RESORT 5323 Aldine Mail Rt Houston TX 77039 (281) 590-6010 Her silk Press lasted for weeks on my natural hair even in humid rainy conditions. Don't walk, RUN to this hidden gem in "the hood" if you want a beautiful straight style that lasts. Don't expect a fancy salon, just great looking hair. Niecy did mine but from what I could see ALL the stylist did great work.

Tabatha is GREAT with natural hair. She makes it so silky, you wonder why you ever relaxed in the first place! It's because you didn't have Tabatha in Houston to Silk Press your natural hair. Not only does she get it "relaxer straight and silky" but soon soft and shiny & the straightness LASTS in Houston HEAT & Humidity. Amazing! I pray she never moves back to Detroit or I might have to hop a Southwest flight there once a month!!!

I tried Houston Dominican stylist Lucy on Kuykendal for her Dominican Blowout in Houston. Nice girl but style didn't last nearly as long as Tabatha's silk press on my natural hair, and she was WAY too expensive...about $100 without tip for a trim and blowout on hair 3 inches past the shoulder. And the salon is hardly what you'd call high end or upscale. And did I mention it only stayed straight barely a week? And this was in January when weather wasn't humid. Also tried the Root of You which is also pricey, but at least it's a nice upper end salon, so you expect to pay for that high end Black salon experience. My hair still didn't look as good nor last as long as when Miss Tabatha works her magic. Every other stylist I called in Houston known for doing natural hair charges so much more than Tabatha, with inferior results. Why spend more to get less?

The only drawback is that it takes about a month (or more) to get an appointment with her, but she is so worth the wait. She gets you in and out quickly, uses great product lines and is very professional, yet down to earth. Just don't leave this Houston salon without getting your next natural hair silk press appointment booked!
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Old 01-05-2017, 01:01 PM
Location: The Woodlands, TX via NJ of course
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Why did you pay so much? I pay $45 for a blowout at D'Dominican Salon in Humble. They do an excellent job.
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