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By: Katie L.
Rose Garden & Pet Store
Rose Garden is well named, every spring they offer an excellent selection of classic twentieth century hybrid teas and floribundas as well as a good choice of popular recent roses. This year, for example, they've got 6-8 red roses including Chrysler Imperial, Ingrid Bergman, Firefighter, and some others that I don't remember off hand. They've got 6-8 lavender/purple roses including Purple Tiger, Distant Drums, Ebb Tide, and some others. A lot of rose places are going to old garden roses because that's the current fad. If you like roses that look like roses not crysanthemums, this is a wonderful place.
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By: Madison S.
Hair & Nails 2000
Walked in and no customers, was suspicious, but thought I'd give them a chance. The lady was more into her conversation with her co-worker than she was with my pedicure. Does a very short leg massage & rushes through the whole thing.
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By: Gihad H.
Samanda's Beauty Salon
They do great hair and I suggest that you don't talk if you don't know what I want to know is who is this person who burnt your hair but this is what I have to say those lady's do great hair all of them they do such a great job that your so happy you don't know what to do and no one Burt your hair you probably came with ur hair already burnt and you had no one to fix it for you but other than that they have great workers and only the best and I suggest that you keep your nasty comments to yourself no one wants to hear them and your probably just jealous they do better hair then you will ever do but other than that they do great hair
By: amandabealer
Hair & Nail Solutions
This little place is great. Affordable and I trust the staff enough to sit in the chair and say, "Have at it."
By: isischantal
Aurora Hair and Nails
Going into this salon was my worst experience EVER! The owner, Nancy, is always yelling at her employees and I have heard her actually tell an unsatisfied customer, "You can leave!! Go somewhere else!" So unprofessional! Salon is hot, under staffed and with 3 or 4 gigantic posters on walls claiming customers have to pay before they begin service because a past customer lied and said she didn't have money to pay after services were completed. Sure, I would be mad too! But it's overkill with so many signs to read before you can relax! "Please wash your hands before we begin your service!" "Show license if paying with debit card!" "Give polish to manicurist BEFORE service! And if you drop it, you pay for it!" I can go on and on with the signs in this place, but I will save you all the agony! Lighten up Nancy! You are driving your customers away!
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