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By: Joyce M.
Cambridge College-Cosmetology
I have attended both Wallace and Cambridge so I have the perspective on both for evaluation purposes. Yes, Ms. Fran is very nice and helpful. She is also a good instructor who insures that you get the information and skills in the area she is instructing on or she will not allow you to move on to the next level. She will stay after class is out to provide one-on-one hands on help to anyone who wants it. She has had to put up with students who sleep in class and then get upset when they fail a test. She has had to put up with students who do not show up for class on test day and who cannot believe that they still have to take the test. Wallace will drop these students but Ms. Fran tries to work with these undisciplined students. I have purchased a student kit from Sally's, however they are very basic and do not contain everything the student will need to succeed in class. I have purchased a student kit from Wallace and they are more expensive than the Cambridge kits but still do not contain everything you will need. Cambridge kits contain the specific items you will need because she orders them as you need to use them so that you are not lugging around a bunch of items back and forth to class as I had to do at Wallace. Instructors at Wallace are also nice and helpful. Students will also sleep in class but the instructors are not concerned. The class instruction length is about the same for both and the hands-on time is about the same for both. Committed students attend both and duds attend both.
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By: Arron G.
Trends Family Barber Shop
About Trends Family Barber ShopMilitary style hair cuts high-in-tight, skin on the sides, trimmer close, shaved on the sides We also do Little kids hair cuts, all ages We cut all style of hair, active, retiree young and old We also accept visa, MasterCard, debit card Walk in's welcome no wait just come on in and get your hair cutWhat differentiates usLike I said I spent 24 years in the Army. My wife and I know what Army life is like.How we were trainedWhen I retired from the Army in 2006, Trend told me you still have to work, and started training me too cut hair and that will be 10 years this MarchWhy we love what we doI spent 24 years in the Army, 11 years as a flight medic here at Fort Rucker a FlatIron 81/2 years And 2 years in Korea Camp Page, 542 Air Ambulance Company. It's just like I'm still serving in the Army. When I give the War fighter a haircut.

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