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  • 1.Bling It On

    25566 Tamarisk Dr

    Madera,CA

    2.59 mi

  • 2.Blings & Things

    35045 Manon Ave

    Madera,CA

    8.63 mi

    BBB Rating: A+
  • 3.Bows and Bling

    7075 N West Ave

    Fresno,CA

    15.70 mi

  • 4.G's Bling

    3076 W Hampton Way

    Fresno,CA

    16.83 mi

  • 5.A Bling Above

    2299 E Brandywine Ln

    Fresno,CA

    18.86 mi

  • 6.Divine Bling

    2491 Alluvial Ave

    Clovis,CA

    19.90 mi

  • 7.Bling Me Love

    9568 N Ann Ave

    Fresno,CA

    19.60 mi

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05/08/2017
By: Junior L.
Bubble Blue Car Wash & Auto Detail
They do a worst job ever I rather take it to la plaza down the street from here the young man there does a way better job then these guys
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07/31/2016
By: Sarah P.
Rose Nail
I love it here. I have been a customer for years. They have always been very nice, caring, and accommodating. I have never been unsatisfied with my nails or service.
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07/12/2016
By: Maria S.
3d Nails & Spa
It was bad! Service was terrible and the guy did a very horindous job. Besides cutting my pinky he left glue on my fingers and didn't clean the back of my nails so I had lumps of acrylic. First and last time I go to this place. Do not recommend.
04/12/2016
By: Barbara joyce R.
Beauty Club Salon & Boutique
This is not a 5 star salon, it's old and not well kept. I had an appointment, when I got there it was locked and no signs telling when they would open.I waited for 20 minutes and left. NO way to treat customers.
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08/16/2015
By: Judy C.
3d Nails & Spa
Make sure you get your quote correct I got quoted $25 for what he says he is "the best acrylic over-layer in the world" Well when I went to pay he changed his mind and charged $30. And then accused me of calling him a liar, I told him he quoted me $25 and I didn't say that I called him a liar, he gets in my face and says don't call me a liar. I told him to sit down, LITTLE MAN SYNDROME ALL THE WAY.I paid the bill told the owner I'm never coming back and that this was very unprofessional. He was sorry and kept telling the little midget with the little man syndrome to sit down. MING IS GREAT at her job, this business will lose a lot of customers if they keep the Jerk still working there.
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06/12/2015
By: Noe D.
Petco
Parts of my poodle was matted, and they just shaved him. He has been in worse condition, and at another groomer, they were able to leave some hair on with style
10/22/2014
By: Jessyca P.
3d Nails & Spa
The guy was nice but did not like my manicure looked sloppy
07/24/2014
By: carmen.tiscareno.9
3d Nails & Spa
Guy that did my pedicure was nice but smeared the white tips with top coat. Not coming back!
11/01/2013
By: felicianaromero23
Allure Beauty Salon
I got my nails done there today, they did a wonderful job I will be going there again
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