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03/15/2012
By: timothyecraig
E'clips
I've been going here for years. Their service is professional, outstanding and personal. I can't say enough good things about them. I strongly recommend anyone looking for full service hair care to make an appointment with any of the staff.
06/13/2017
By: laurafuentesschneller
Qna Medical Spa & Cosmetic Surgery
I've been there a couple of times for laser removal and a peel. Excellent service, staff genuinely concerned that I achieve best results and highly trained by the MD. Can't ask for a better experience. will be going again.
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05/01/2015
By: Ruthann C.
Barbers And Bombshells
Consistently great cuts and the prices are great! Don't let the modest setting put you off - both stylists are highly trained, have a great selection of product, and offer a true salon experience! Highly recommend!
04/03/2013
By: jeanne.shasteen
Salon Tracery
GREAT SALON!!!! PRICES ARE BEST ON THE NORTHSHORE. QUALITY PRODUCTS AND WORK ONE STOP SHOP -- COLOR CUT HIGHLIGHTS LOW LIGHTS WAXING KERATIN BLOW OUTS ART WORK AND JEWLERY!! LOVE GETTING MY HAIR DONE !!!!
06/18/2012
By: chaplainalbert
Salon Tracery
I will be back . This is a very up scale shop.Good stylist good coffee.Oh and I left feeling good about the haircut. Thanks Ladys
01/30/2013
By: lrowan
L'avantage Salon & Spa
Beautiful salon and my hair looks beautiful too! Thank you Karen!
01/30/2013
By: lrowan
L'avantage Salon and Spa
Beautiful salon and my hair looks beautiful too. Thank you Karen!
02/17/2010
By: suesueb
Le Petit Salon
Easy parking on Columbia Street, great service and prices!
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