Review: Deya's Dominican Hair Salon

Review: Deya's Dominican Hair Salon

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disappointed customer

Mableton, GA

#1 Aug 10, 2011
wow. where do i begin? first of all let me say Deya herself is extremely rude and loud for no reason and will insult you and your hair just so you will pay for a service you probably/definitely don't need. i called and verified my price with them just for me to go, have them wash my hair, roll it 3 quarters of the way and tell me that instead of their special they were going to charge me $75 just for a wash and set....absolutely not were my thoughts. so when i told them im not paying that they took the rollers out of my head and i had to leave the salon with my wet hair. So with that said, they will tell you one price in the beginning then switch it on you half way through the process. I hope they go out of business to be quite honest. Oh and also Deya has a non professional working in her salon as well which needs to be reported. Please do not waste your time nor your money with this salon. what they do to your hair you can do better i assure you! This was by far the worst service i have ever experienced. please please please be WARNED!
Jessica

Carrollton, GA

#2 Dec 19, 2011
Deya is a wonderful stylist and will definitely surprise you with what she can do with natural hair for a low price. I have naturally really kinky hair and she only charges me $40 to get it bone straight! I get compliments all the time and people swear up and down that I have a relaxer. I definitely recommend this salon. Deya is friendly, respectful, and she will answer any questions that you may have.
where is carrollton

Carrollton, GA

#3 Dec 20, 2011
disappointed customer wrote:
wow. where do i begin? first of all let me say Deya herself is extremely rude and loud for no reason and will insult you and your hair just so you will pay for a service you probably/definitely don't need. i called and verified my price with them just for me to go, have them wash my hair, roll it 3 quarters of the way and tell me that instead of their special they were going to charge me $75 just for a wash and set....absolutely not were my thoughts. so when i told them im not paying that they took the rollers out of my head and i had to leave the salon with my wet hair. So with that said, they will tell you one price in the beginning then switch it on you half way through the process. I hope they go out of business to be quite honest. Oh and also Deya has a non professional working in her salon as well which needs to be reported. Please do not waste your time nor your money with this salon. what they do to your hair you can do better i assure you! This was by far the worst service i have ever experienced. please please please be WARNED!
sounds like you need to go change your tampon.I dont know either of you but your story sounds like you are a nutjob to start with.
Satisfied

Douglasville, GA

#4 Apr 30, 2012
I experienced my first visit to Deya's on Saturday. I was nervous about going because of all the stories I heard and read about on the internet.......So, I decided to try it out. The atmosphere was welcoming and the outcome was great. My hair turned out beautiful. Deya seemed to care much about my hair. I will definitely be going back depending on how my hair reacts to the straightening the next two weeks.
Monica

Douglasville, GA

#5 Nov 19, 2012
i love deyas hairsalon i took my 8 year old daughter to get her hair done here she has really nappy and kiky hair. It only costed me $40 to get her hair done.when i got my hair done they told me i had to pay $60 dallors which personally is not a lot for me and my daurghter to get it bone stright.i recomend you get it done here a deya`s hairsalon which i love when i got home my husband asked me if i got it done at another salon but he was very susprised of how my hair looked.
getisha

Douglasville, GA

#6 Nov 25, 2013
professional and sweet
Marie

Douglasville, GA

#7 Nov 25, 2013
Wonderful place, great service , but I wish they would stop speaking Dominican to each other. This is America and we should speak English.
Nancy

Soddy Daisy, TN

#8 Nov 25, 2013
I went there and they wet my hair and asked me for money or else they would just leave it wet.
I think the reason they are talking Dominican is because they come from there, from Dominica.

The one girl with the tall shoulders and the tattoo drives me crazy with her shrill voice, but she only has that voice just before she yanks on people's hair really hard.

The other girl has a daughter who roller skates all over the place the whole time. Last time she pulled down the shutters and broke the door so we couldn't get out. We had to go out the back.

None of the above is true and I don't even know where this place is, but the tall girl with the tattoo is someone I want to meet and real soon. I think that hair should not have any curls in it ever because that is untidy and it looks like wrapped up Christmas presents before you tear off the bows. Like, what is the point if you are just going to let your lover mess up your hair anyway?
Justina

Douglasville, GA

#9 Aug 5, 2014
This place I horrible, don't waste your hard earned money here, there's better places in douglasville to get your hair done at. And they insult YOU and Your hair in Spanish, and when I confronted her she was shocked that I knew Spanish
Justina

Douglasville, GA

#10 Aug 5, 2014
Ps she is not professional at all, and all her prices are overpriced
Really

Douglasville, GA

#11 Aug 5, 2014
I love Dominican, its such a beautiful language. I also love Canadian, Mexican, Brazilian, Columbian, Jamaican and Costa Rican.
I will say that my favorite lauguage of all is just plain old American.
Raymond

Douglasville, GA

#12 Aug 6, 2014
Really wrote:
I love Dominican, its such a beautiful language. I also love Canadian, Mexican, Brazilian, Columbian, Jamaican and Costa Rican.
I will say that my favorite lauguage of all is just plain old American.
in.the dominican republic they speek italian thats polly why you couldnt.understand her
HaHa

Douglasville, GA

#13 Aug 7, 2014
Maybe if you learned how to speak Dominican you could better communicate with them and they would do a better job.
4Runner

Lithonia, GA

#14 Nov 30, 2014
Marie wrote:
Wonderful place, great service , but I wish they would stop speaking Dominican to each other. This is America and we should speak English.
I didn't know Dominicans had their own language lol
Anna C

Douglasville, GA

#15 Nov 30, 2014
Nice people and good service, but I wish they wouldn't speak Dominican to each other. It makes me suspicious about what they are saying.
Mbibbins

Douglasville, GA

#16 Dec 30, 2014
Went to Deya's today, even after reading the not so glorifying reprots… As I walked in , I was greeted by a teenager but quickly followed up by Deya. THere were no prices listed for individual services, but I know what too much is. she quoted me 30-35$. Which is below what black hair salons charge for a wash and style… however, Dominican beauticians, has an added bonus, they roller set your hair (like we used to do in the olden days,_btw healthier for your hair) then, she uses medium heat with a blow dryer and brush to make sure that the roots is pulled straight!!! then she uses a Flat iron to style it! It does not smelled burned. she was sweet and professional! It was my first time there and i watched her do 2 other people hair and I loved the way mine turned out!!! she didnt try to sell me anything else either!!! I will be bringing my daughter and I already have an appointment set for next time!!! Great Job Deya!
Annom

Douglasville, GA

#17 Dec 30, 2014
Mbibbins wrote:
Went to Deya's today, even after reading the not so glorifying reprots… As I walked in , I was greeted by a teenager but quickly followed up by Deya. THere were no prices listed for individual services, but I know what too much is. she quoted me 30-35$. Which is below what black hair salons charge for a wash and style… however, Dominican beauticians, has an added bonus, they roller set your hair (like we used to do in the olden days,_btw healthier for your hair) then, she uses medium heat with a blow dryer and brush to make sure that the roots is pulled straight!!! then she uses a Flat iron to style it! It does not smelled burned. she was sweet and professional! It was my first time there and i watched her do 2 other people hair and I loved the way mine turned out!!! she didnt try to sell me anything else either!!! I will be bringing my daughter and I already have an appointment set for next time!!! Great Job Deya!
Did you get your free Dominican lesson? Its such a beautiful language.!
Myalove

Douglasville, GA

#18 Wednesday Jun 22
Deya is very rude and unprofessional. I have been there several times, only because she is very convenient to where I live, but the last time I went there was the last straw. I can go on and on, but there's no need. Just spend your money somewhere else. She is crazy as hell, never met anyone like her!
Ellen

Douglasville, GA

#19 Thursday Jun 23
I don't go there because they all speaking Dominican
Yjey need to learn English

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