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By: Bette J.
Tangles Hair Studio
Michelle is my hairdresser! She is excellent. People stop me on the street and compliment me on my hair. Carlos the owner is always warm and welcoming. Very nice shop!0
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By: Khufu C.
Chalet Unisex Salon
The best hair cut I ever had; without giving any directions, the barber understood the shape of my face and gave me the best hair cut.
By: thisisnotmj
Salon Pelardi
Purchased a living social voucher for hair cut blow dry partial highlights and style with any stylist . Very disappointed with the color and the overall service. I have really black hair and all I wanted were lighter highlights underneeth not all over. Instead they decided to do a panel of my hair blonde. I looked like a multi colored freak. Then they decide to dye it another darker color. Still didn't do a great job. my hair was so damaged after all the coloring and bleaching I just wanted to get the heck out of the salon. The stylist were very nice and welcoming but unfortunately they lack proper coloring skills. I get better color from a boxed dye than actually paying a full price service at this place. I have never been so disappointed in a salon my entire life. I even made this yelp account just to post and inform other to Please spend your money elsewhere. Not worth the price and time. I arrived at 1030 for my appointment and didnt leave til 5 .After all this nonsense and horrible customer service by Manager Aphrodite the police was called as she proceeded to lock us in the salon because I refused to pay for 150 dollar for service that I did not like. Picture of my horrible color is posted above. Christina the hair stylist was very understanding and recolored my hair. If you decide to go here go to her and not Samantha or Aphrodite unless you want to get scammed. Although I didnt like the final result I was upset that I had to pay so much for it. PLEASE DON'T GO HERE
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