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  • 1.Panache Salon

    1470 S Dye Rd Ste 1


    4.72 mi

  • 2.Panache Presents

    4912 Paula Ave


    24.31 mi

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By: Linda E.
Bodies Best Friend
I have been going to Bodies Best Friend for the past few months and I absolutely love the treatment I've gotten. It's relaxing, personable and so soothing. I leave there walking on a cloud!!! I would highly recommend them to everyone.
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By: Karma C.
Summerset Salon Day Spa
I love my stylist! He always gives me the best cut for my naturally curly hair. A great haircut is priceless!
By: Rebecca W.
Mega Tan
Very clean well kept place! Very nice and friendly people!! Very nice equipment up to date!! Love it!!
By: Bernadette S.
Jewel Saryn
Saryn is one of the best stylist in town. She's very professional and informed about her craft. She's also a really nice person.
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By: Kiana S.
Eye Brow Threading
It Was Amazing, My Eyebrows Were Neat And Exactly The Same. I Didn't Break Out Afterwards And It Lasted A Long Time. The Process Was A Bit Painful But The Result Was Worth It.
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By: Lynn T.
Sol Salon
I love Sol Salon Beauty Salon. The girls are all so friendly. It's a very relaxing atmosphere.Try it, you will like it.
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By: mskelly
Kim Nail
I've been going to kim nails for six plus years and have never had a problem. Having diabetes makes it difficult for pedicures, but i feel confident when i go in and always leave very pleased and happy.
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By: Nancy M.
Mega Tan
Best spray tan I have ever had
By: Cori W.
Summerset Salon Day Spa
I posted a review about not being given full time on a massage the other day. And I received a call from the manager today offering a gift card for another massage with my usual therapist Nate. Wow! What great customer service. I would of never imagined that kind of service! Thank you very much for going above and beyond for a client :)
By: Jennifer M.
Mega Tan
Super clean facillity - I just loved the ergonomic bed- really comfortable and got great color! Very friendly place. would tan again there for sure. very affordable prices too- recommend checking out!
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