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By: Cher D.
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By: Mary lou G.
Avant Hair & Skin Care Studio
I go to stylist Josh at Avant Hair & Skin Care Studio and I'm happy with the way I am treated by him and the rest of the staff.
By: Lyle Q.
Avant Hair & Skin Care Studio
Tami always does a great job of listening to my requests and is able to accomplish many looks. Always professional and great people skills.
By: Christa K.
Avant Hair & Skin Care Studio
Avant has such a nice, professional, pampering atmosphere and everyone treats you so well. I will definitely be going back.
By: Carla O.
Avant Hair & Skin Care Studio
I've gone to Avant to get my hair cut and done for some dances and the staff has always been very nice to me.
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By: Jennifer F.
Tiffany at White Horse Salon
I am so glad that I found Tiffany at white horse Salon! When I first went to her, she fixed my bob haircut that someone else previously messed up. She listened carefully and understood what I was looking for. I've taken my 2 year old daughter to see her to get her hair cut, and now even my husband goes to her! She is very responsive when I am trying to schedule appointments and she is very reasonably priced! So glad I found her!
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By: Denise B.
Tiffany at White Horse Salon
I explain what I am thinking I want and she tells me whether it can be done or how long of growth before it could be done, etc. She is flexible, great attitude and works hard so you leave with the look that you really wanted. Always!
By: Sasha B.
Avant Hair & Skin Care Studio
You're going to feel pampered here. They have so many nice treats and small touches like free drinks and snacks!
By: Karol P.
Avant Hair & Skin Care Studio
The staff at Avant Hair and Skin was very friendly and helpful. It was a very clean and comfortable experience.
By: Ashley L.
Avant Hair & Skin Care Studio
The staff is professional and courteous. I really enjoy the services and going here. I would recommend them to anyone!
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