Hairography Salon

Hairography Salon
2869 S. Pacific Ave.  2nd Floor
Yuma, Arizona 85367
(928) 257-7740

Yuma Moms speak out. See what other moms in Yuma had to say about Hairography Salon:

“I am not a trusting person when it comes to my hair. I would definately recommend going to Liz at HAIROGRAPHY SALON. So amazing to know that there are still stylist out there that have a passion for what they do and not charge an arm and a leg. So easy to talk with, gets to know you, and even remembers who you are the next time. You will not be disappointed at all with this salon.”

“Ulani at Hairography does AMAZING work! I went to her for a corrective color/cut and she did an amazing job! I LOVED IT! i also took my daughter to her and she loves her new cut too! I went back for a 2 tone color and a new cut she did AMAZING! I LOVE IT!!! Ulani is definitely great at what she does. She also does great work on eye brows!!!! VERY AWESOME WORK! AWESOME LADY AND VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!!!”

“I don’t trust many people to color my hair. I had my hair done by Liz at Hairography she did a very amazing job with it. I HIGHLY recommend everyone to get their hair done by her.”

“Ulani at Hairography is AWESOME! She did a corrective hair color/cut and it turned out AMAZING! I also took my daughter to her, and my daughter loves her hair. I went back and got my hair done again with 2 tone color and a new cut and LOVE IT! She does absolutely AMAZING work!!! She does great work on eye brows too!!!! I HIGHLY recommend her to ANYONE AND EVERYONE!! Need a cut/color/up do she is your girl!!! AMAZING WORK and VERY PERSONABLE!”

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2 thoughts on “Hairography Salon

  1. Adrianne -

    I got a two-tone color (purple and pink) that she had to make a special trip to the supply store to get. Also got about 8 inches of hair cut off; I had a very active toddler and it was just too much. The color and cut turned out amazing! I only got to go that one time, because unfortunately the building isn’t handicap-accessable. Not their fault, it looked like an older building rather than a newer on that’s required to have ramps. I would go back again in a heartbeat!

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