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By: Bonny O.
Shaper's Salon
I first met Karen of Shaper's Salon about 18 years ago. I had long curly hair. It was very unruly and I was terrified about letting anyone try to tame it. I had moved here from another state and had no choice but to find a new hairdresser. Well to make a long story very short, after 18 years Karen knows my hair and makes me look young and beautiful every time. We are now very good friends. She is a "God send" in so many ways. She ALWAYS pleases her clients. Go meet this wonderful hairstylist and amazing lady, you will have her for life with 0 regrets. PS No she did not pay me to say all this. Every word is truth and every visit is wonderful.
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By: cwhitehead
Studio615 Salon & Spa
Great place receive salon and spa services! Whether you need hair services, massage therapy, skin care, nails, or waxing, you won't be disappointed!
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By: Laura B.
Solutions 2 Hair-All That Jazz
Best salon in town! Michelle is very nice and cares about her clients. Her shop is so nicely decorated,and it's a calming environment. She always does an amazing job on my hair and eyebrows! I will always go to her.
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By: donnawhiteman
Shaper's Salon
I first met Karen in February 2008 as I was looking for a stylist to do my hair for my up coming wedding in March. Karen rocked it out of the park she helped get my hair healthy and shine and looking wonderful by my wedding. I have continued to go to Karen ever since. She has become a great friend to me and I love her work. She is wonderful with my daughter and has wonderful skills all around. Her color skills are wonderful, the color last for a long time which makes life easier for me. I enjoy the salon's atmosphere as it is relaxing quite and peaceful, which is what is needed for getting away and pampering oneself. Karen thnk for the years we have had and for the ones to come.
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By: Susan q D.
Shaper's Salon
Best perm in town. Karen takes the time to do a really good job. I usually have to restyle my hair soon as I get home. Never have to do this with her. I'm very pleased!
By: Stephanie M.
Phoenix Hair Studio
We have been faithful customers since the salon opened. Our son loves visiting the ladies. We adore the professional and quality service we have always received.
By: Leagh P.
Phoenix Hair Studio
If you are looking for a friendly, professional salon - this is your place. Affordable prices with excellent customer service. We love the ladies here!
By: Jenni-lynne C.
Shaper's Salon
He has done an excellent job with perming and coloring my hair it turned out fabulous!! I will be going back to him in the future for all my hair care needs!!
By: Cindy H.
N Style Hair Designers
Tina is great. She listens to what you want, offers good advice about styling.. coloring, etc. The prices are great as well. Tina believes in treating her clients with respect and offering affordable prices. Thanks Tina!!
By: kerri.a.dwyer
Indulgences Salon & Spa
I had the worst experience with stylist Ann Fowler. I asked for high/low lights and a trim- to take a little weight out of my hair, but no layers and trim my ends.I was given grey highlights and Really Dark Brown Hair on the bottom!! The cut is uneven with a bunch of short layers-- so much for my thick ponytail:(I am now left with very thin hair.I don't want to go into much detail on how I was treated by Ann Fowler and the owner Mindy. All I can say is this was the worst experience and they should not be an Aveda Salon. Lesson learned - I will never ever stray away from my hair stylist Joel at Grassroots again!!
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