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If you have asian hair and feel like there's no one in the entire metro Detroit area that understands what to do with it, you ought to give Yoko's a try. Since they serve a primarily Japanese clientele, most of the staff here are native Japanese speakers, although they do have 2 english speaking stylists as well. I personally have been going to Terrie - the only white person in the whole joint, and she does a really good job in keeping my hair texturized, yet leaving enough length so it can be spiked into a faux hawk on my "wild" days. Her expert texturization is what sets her apart - when I used to go to Aqua in Royal Oak, I would feel like I need a new hair cut every week. I've been to Yoko's twice now and both times it would last me about 3-4 weeks until I'm desperate for another cut. $35 for a men's cut is the most expensive one I've ever had in Michigan, but I suppose you do get what you pay for.
I just cut my hair by Yoko today. I was nervous. Because it has been a challenge to find a good hair dresser for Asian hair in MI. Yoko is a very experienced and the service she provided was very nice. And most important thing is my hair looks good ! I am very happy.
I recently moved back to Michigan, after living in NYC for the last 7 years, and I'm pretty picky about where I get my hair cut. I'm a dude, but have slightly thin, very straight asian hair, and I've had my fair share of bad haircuts from folks who don't style hair like that on guys too often. Thank god I found Yoko's Hair studio...! I had been growing out my hair for the last 18 months or so, just because, and it was pretty long. There's only two places in Manhattan I would allow to touch my hair, and unfortunately I didn't get to either of them before I left. To make a long story short, I got to the salon slightly early, where my appointed stylist, Joann, gave me a style book to look through. When she was ready for my appointment, we talked briefly over what I wanted, and she made a small recommendation, and after deciding on something, she cut my hair... The haircut was exactly what I asked for, and it turned out great - you can tell they cut asian hair here for real - they understand what to do with it, and they know how to style it. As long as I'm in town, I won't be getting a haircut anywhere else in Metro Detroit. I highly recommend this place. I don't know if they take walk-ins...so I would definitely call ahead and schedule an appointment, which is generally what you SHOULD do anyway, when getting a haircut 🙂