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Enchantress Long Hair Salon in Olmsted Falls, OH

Would You Visit a Long Hair Specialty Salon?

If you're a fan of the princess hair look, a salon in Ohio might be right up your alley. The Enchantress Long Hair Salon in Olmsted Falls caters specifically to women with seriously long hair.

The owners say that long hair presents a unique set of issues when it comes to care, styling, and maintenance, and use different cutting and brushing techniques on their clients than you'd find at a more traditional salon. A trim alone, for example, can take an hour, and they cut dry instead of on wet hair. The salon also takes regular, shorter-haired clients and people who're growing their hair out, so it's not as small a clientele as one would imagine. If you were growing your hair out, do you think you'd visit a salon just for long hair?

Be sure to check this gallery of extreme long-hair styles, too.

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Rancher'sGirl Rancher'sGirl 6 years
I've wanted to go to a specialty salon for long hair for about two decades. I just haven't lived near enough to one to be able to have the time (or $$) to go. I'm hoping to go to one in SF in December. I want to grow my hair to mid-back again and would love to have a professional treatment or two. :)
ClassicalTorture ClassicalTorture 7 years
I marked yes, though I actually prefer cutting my own (nearly hip-length) hair. However, if the necessity arose for me to go to a salon, I'd prefer it be somewhere where they would respect and understand my reasons for keeping it!
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
Actually, I've considered this, as I'm thinking about growing my hair down to my hip. Right now, it's mid-back. I started with a pixie-style haircut. I may not patron one, as my hair is doing well, and the services are somewhat pricey (in my opinion). If I ever have a problem with my hair (breakage, unhealthy look and texture, lack of growth, etc), I would go to the specialty salon.
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