Sheldeez Beauty Shop

★★★☆☆
  • 1110 Elden St # 101

    Herndon, VA 20170

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  • 703-742-8977

About Sheldeez Beauty Shop

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Sun 10am-5pm, Mon-Fri 8:30am-6:30pm, Sat 7am-5pm

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Thank you to Arthur Robinson for all your help to ensure I received my beauty supply order. I have used your services in the past and never had a problem with the product or the delivery, so when I experienced some problems with my last order I was quite surprised. To the credit of you and your staff when I called to discuss my issues, you as well as your staff conducted themselves in a very caring and empathy manner.

With that being said, not only did you provide me a credit to my account but you also provided me a complimentary gift for my inconvenience, and for that I am grateful.

Thanks again for the sincere customer service provided by you and your personnel.

Respectfully,

LA.

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★★★★☆

Thank you to Arthur Robinson for all your help to ensure I received my beauty supply order. I have used your services in the past and never had a problem with the product or the delivery, so when I experienced some problems with my last order I was quite surprised. To the credit of you and your staff when I called to discuss my issues, you as well as your staff conducted themselves in a very caring and empathy manner.

With that being said, not only did you provide me a credit to my account but you also provided me a complimentary gift for my inconvenience, and for that I am grateful.

Thanks again for the sincere customer service provided by you and your personnel.

Respectfully,

LA.

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I needed loc maintenance so I thought I would try going to Sheldeez in Herndon VA. I started my locs in Jan 09 and, of course they're not locked completely but some of the ends are starting to. I've always been told that if a beautician tells me they don't wash dreads until they lock, get up and leave. I was crazy for not leaving because I just gave away $65.00 unsatisfied. You can wash fresh dreads but there are ways to do it. My original beautician puts shampoo and water in a color bowl and uses a relaxer brush to massage my scalp with it, she then sits me at the shampoo bowl and gently massages a little more trying not to aggravate the locs too much. Once she finishes everything, she re-twist or tightens, sits me under the dryer, and gives them a shine afterwards. Don't let anyone tell you by shampooing them, they will never loc; yout just have to know when and how to wash them. This lady in Sheldeez did not wash my hair or even attempt because I felt that she didn't feel like retwisting the parts that came undone. She didn't even tighten some of my hair at the roots or pin them down straight, but the ones that are tight are curled up at the the roots making my locs not lay or flow neat. Everyone has their own opionion about locs but make sure you throughly research on how to care for them. Cleaner locs will form better and quicker than dirty ones. After she did whatever she did to them, she put me under the dryer and sprayed spritz or whatever she had on them. After they were done drying, she was done. There were no oil or anything put on them to give them a shine. My locs looks/feels even dryer, cacked up, and some are not laying flat due to the way they were pinned and palm rolled. If you're the type of person who likes product build-up within their new locs, she is the person to go to. I didn't catch her name because there are several people working in the shop, so I'm just speaking about the lady who messed over my locs that I am trying to keep looking clean, nice, and not smelly. I called my old beautician, who has pretty locs herself and she helped me to stay encouraged. If you're new to an area like myself and looking for a person who does loc maintenance, your best bet is to find someone who has nice-flowing locs themselves. Maintenace doesn't just include one thing, just like car maintenance includes more than one thing. My boyfriend even noticed how curled up at the root they looked and how dry. His exact words were, "She F#@!!# up your head. I would've handed her .65 cents instead of $65. Find someone who knows what they're talking about.

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I needed loc maintenance so I thought I would try going to Sheldeez in Herndon VA. I started my locs in Jan 09 and, of course they're not locked completely but some of the ends are starting to. I've always been told that if a beautician tells me they don't wash dreads until they lock, get up and leave. I was crazy for not leaving because I just gave away $65.00 unsatisfied. You can wash fresh dreads but there are ways to do it. My original beautician puts shampoo and water in a color bowl and uses a relaxer brush to massage my scalp with it, she then sits me at the shampoo bowl and gently massages a little more trying not to aggravate the locs too much. Once she finishes everything, she re-twist or tightens, sits me under the dryer, and gives them a shine afterwards. Don't let anyone tell you by shampooing them, they will never loc; yout just have to know when and how to wash them. This lady in Sheldeez did not wash my hair or even attempt because I felt that she didn't feel like retwisting the parts that came undone. She didn't even tighten some of my hair at the roots or pin them down straight, but the ones that are tight are curled up at the the roots making my locs not lay or flow neat. Everyone has their own opionion about locs but make sure you throughly research on how to care for them. Cleaner locs will form better and quicker than dirty ones. After she did whatever she did to them, she put me under the dryer and sprayed spritz or whatever she had on them. After they were done drying, she was done. There were no oil or anything put on them to give them a shine. My locs looks/feels even dryer, cacked up, and some are not laying flat due to the way they were pinned and palm rolled. If you're the type of person who likes product build-up within their new locs, she is the person to go to. I didn't catch her name because there are several people working in the shop, so I'm just speaking about the lady who messed over my locs that I am trying to keep looking clean, nice, and not smelly. I called my old beautician, who has pretty locs herself and she helped me to stay encouraged. If you're new to an area like myself and looking for a person who does loc maintenance, your best bet is to find someone who has nice-flowing locs themselves. Maintenace doesn't just include one thing, just like car maintenance includes more than one thing. My boyfriend even noticed how curled up at the root they looked and how dry. His exact words were, "She F#@!!# up your head. I would've handed her .65 cents instead of $65. Find someone who knows what they're talking about.

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The areas top salon for women of color. "All your hair needs is Sheldeez"

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Shampoo $10 Blowdry/Style $45 Roller Set $40 Wraps $45 Rod Sets/Spirals $65 Straw Sets $90 Press & Curl $65 Flat Iron $45 RELAXERS/PERMS/CURLS Relaxer Conditioner w/style $70 Body Wave $85 Wave Nouveau $95

 

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