Back in my 20s when I had no money, I would forego food just so Juan could keep my carrot top, in tip-top shape. As it was the 80s, this usually meant a perm that would rival any of the 80s hair bands. I still trust nobody else but Juan with my crimson tresses.
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Salon 29 is definitely worth a visit. I’ve been there once because I wanted to have my hair permanently straightened, and I would go there again!! William was one of the friendliest, most talented and most patient hairdressers I’ve ever seen. And he was the only one who called me some days after my appointment to check if my hair was still okay 🙂 I can only recommend this salon!
Still going to Salon 29. Most people get bored with their hairdresser and switch after a length of time. Me? I’m from the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” school of thought. I’ve followed Juan to all his various places of employment and was thrilled when he opened up his own salon.