Salon Miquelle

★★★★☆
  • 4480 General De Gaulle Dr # 103

    New Orleans, LA 70131

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  • 504-392-1222

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I've been searching for a salon that would meet my expectations for the longest time and I've finally found one! Salon Miquelle is amazing. It's very clean and has a relaxed atmosphere. My stylist Kellee was extremely professional, courteous, and attentive to my needs. I went in a little nervous because I'd been going to the same stylist for many years and I wasn't sure how my hair would turn out (I needed a relaxer touch up and a serious trim). I was finished in about two hours (on a Saturday morning!) and I loved my hair. It has a nice shape and looks much healthier. Not only is Kellee very talented, but the other stylists working there are also. Everyone came out looking great. I'm recommending this salon to all my friends.

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I've been searching for a salon that would meet my expectations for the longest time and I've finally found one! Salon Miquelle is amazing. It's very clean and has a relaxed atmosphere. My stylist Kellee was extremely professional, courteous, and attentive to my needs. I went in a little nervous because I'd been going to the same stylist for many years and I wasn't sure how my hair would turn out (I needed a relaxer touch up and a serious trim). I was finished in about two hours (on a Saturday morning!) and I loved my hair. It has a nice shape and looks much healthier. Not only is Kellee very talented, but the other stylists working there are also. Everyone came out looking great. I'm recommending this salon to all my friends.

Pros: Very efficient and talented staff

Cons: A little more expensive than I'm used to, but still worth it

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I found this salon on the web because I was looking to replace my former salon. I am pleased to say that I had a great experience. The stylist that was assigned to me did a wonderful job on my cut and color and seemed to be very skilled and knowledgeable. I also found the staff to be freindly and helpful.

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★★★★★

I found this salon on the web because I was looking to replace my former salon. I am pleased to say that I had a great experience. The stylist that was assigned to me did a wonderful job on my cut and color and seemed to be very skilled and knowledgeable. I also found the staff to be freindly and helpful.

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I visited New Orleans last week for a conference. Once I stepped off the plane, the Gulf Coast humidity soaked into my split ends and I knew I would need a haircut while there. I found this salon on the net. Basically, my last cut was done by one of the best upscale black salons on the east coast. I had gorgeous, striated layers that worked perfectly with my hair texture and I didn't have to mash my hair down everyday with a flat iron to do it (which is something that I really don't have the time for). I came out of this salon with a high holy mess. I don't really even have layers anymore. Hair was just plugged off wherever. There is no symmetry or style to the cut. I have a big puff of hair and then a few strips of longer ends at the bottom.
While I was sitting under the dryer, the hair stylist who was working on me giggled within an earshot that the hairstyle I had was "so white" and they would just have to fix that. She was obviously insecure about her lack of skill. There's a difference between professional and "white". It is SO difficult for professional black women to get good haircuts that work for business (and then to get judged for that?)
I will say that I didn't see the salon owner while there and the other ladies in shop who were older seemed like they may have been better. However, may I suggest Characters Salon on the eastern tip of the Garden District near downtown? One of the other conference attendees went there and they did a good job with her hair.

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★☆☆☆☆

I visited New Orleans last week for a conference. Once I stepped off the plane, the Gulf Coast humidity soaked into my split ends and I knew I would need a haircut while there. I found this salon on the net. Basically, my last cut was done by one of the best upscale black salons on the east coast. I had gorgeous, striated layers that worked perfectly with my hair texture and I didn't have to mash my hair down everyday with a flat iron to do it (which is something that I really don't have the time for). I came out of this salon with a high holy mess. I don't really even have layers anymore. Hair was just plugged off wherever. There is no symmetry or style to the cut. I have a big puff of hair and then a few strips of longer ends at the bottom.
While I was sitting under the dryer, the hair stylist who was working on me giggled within an earshot that the hairstyle I had was "so white" and they would just have to fix that. She was obviously insecure about her lack of skill. There's a difference between professional and "white". It is SO difficult for professional black women to get good haircuts that work for business (and then to get judged for that?)
I will say that I didn't see the salon owner while there and the other ladies in shop who were older seemed like they may have been better. However, may I suggest Characters Salon on the eastern tip of the Garden District near downtown? One of the other conference attendees went there and they did a good job with her hair.

Pros: clean, nice salon layout and decor

Cons: the stylist I had was not very skilled

 

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