I used to hate my hair. I have fine, wavy hair that would get stringy when I would grow it long, so I kept it short for most of my adult life. I believed I was just cursed with “bad hair.” Then I got inspired by working in film and witnessing the magic that the stylists did with the actors’ hair. I realized that it was just a matter of learning to manage the hair you had and that more was possible with my own hair, so I started growing it. I quickly learned that I needed the right cut. After experimenting for a while, I met Meg and she told me that her curly specialty techniques applied to wavy girls too. Now I don’t let anyone else cut my hair because I don’t want them to undo Meg’s magic.I was impressed with Meg’s approach to honoring how a client relates to their hair, and the questions she asked that made clear her desire to understand my views about my hair on a deeper level. She was like a hair alchemist, not just a service provider. She taught me a really easy way to style my hair in a low maintenance way that changed my life, and makes my hair look noticeably, consistently better with no additional effort on my part. I’m so glad Meg came into my life. She really changed my relationship with my hair.