Love COMSA. I LOVE my haircut! i've always gone to asian hair stylists, i feel they have more experience and knowledge with asian hair. if you feel the same way as i do, comsa is definately a place you want to try. my stylist, Arty, is also the owner, and he was wonderful, really knows his stuff. I just moved to SF from NYC, and was very anxious to try a salon in SF. BUt it turned out wonderful, i dont even have to style it in the morning, everything just falls into place. Extremely affordable. Great prices + great haircut.
Excellent cut, polite staff. I like Japanese salons because I'm 100% sure I will like the cut and color if the stylist was trained in Japan. Comsa does not disappoint. The staff who are bilingual are always courteous. The shampoo is thorough and relaxing with a nice scalp massage. My stylist, who was also the owner, always did an excellent job with my cut- a layered cut that is popular for women in Japan. I was a regular customer for a year until I moved out of the area. I kept going back because the service was excellent and very inexpensive. My cut and color was $85. So, the OP who claims $375 and $200 for whatever salon service(for a man, too) is being dishonest.
Editorial Review. Japantown salon specializes in cutting-edge Japanese hair styles and offers services including straightening, highlights, extensions and various perms.
i've found the one!. wow...i am surprised to see the bad reviews they've got. i've tried so many hair salons since i moved to SF. not only were they bad BUT expensive as well. but COMSA...boy, i was so pleased with the result! i brought in a clip to show the style and i got EXACTLY the same thing!!! i never got my hair cut by a person who was in training. it's really weird to hear that they would cut a customer's hair with a trainee. don't you have to agree to it in the first place anyway??? i never paid anything over$200 (and $300 by a trainee???)for a cut a color job at the place. anyway, they remodeled the place... so now it's bigger, too!
Horrible, I paid $370 for a the worst hair. The staff was under training and I could tell when she didn't know how to cut my hair. She wasn't even sure where and how to start. Before my hair was finalized, I ask that somebody else should cut my hair. She ignore my request and continue to cut, and the result, I cannot bear! The color was fade on the root and dark on the bottom. And, the cut was choppy. I am more than just disappointed, I saw from their website I thought they could be good. This is the worst color I have got.
Very very very Sad :-(. I am terribly disappointed about my new hairstyle, I rather they keep the two hundred dollar, and I want my hair back. I havent had this awful bad hair for almost a decade, and now I have this tragic hairstyle to going my girlfriend wedding this Labor Day Weekend. I am experiencing long time customer from two other Japanese hair salons back from Los Angeles. I thought the Comsa should be a good one, just like them at LA. However, only the price is same, but the service and skill are far away a part. Now, I will do my best arrangement to cover up, and, I need to wait about half year or more for next hair appointment back to LA. I sadness is endless because my horrible hair.
For hard-to-manage Asian Hair, this is it!!!. The staff, all Japanese and up to the current trend, completely bilingual and willing to please, is a team you can depend on with Asian hair. The service is impeccable, shop is clean, and the massages they give you after your final rinse is devine. Bring your own hair clips or ask them what they recommend and it's guaranteed to deliver!!! Highly recommended!
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