Canary Salon

Autumn

Rochelle, she took her time to listen to what I wanted done with my hair. She used iPad to communicate with me especially when it came to colors and cut. I never had the experience where I could communicate smoothly with my hair stylist. I have been going to her twice so far and will continue to based on my expiry with her.

Le Petit Chouette

Just got back from this place, where I was waiting for a deaf friend to get done with her hair appointment. I observed the interactions between her and the stylist, such as clear-and-slow but not-exaggerated-speech, and how the stylist carefully paid attention to facial expressions and signs in the mirror. My friend (who has a CI) had her hearing aid off throughout the foil (dyeing), shampoo, trim, and blow-drying process but appeared very comfortable throughout the process. No wonder it was a repeat visit for her here. Canary Salon has my vote of confidence for next time I need pro hair TLC!

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