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By: Ashely R.
Blessed Styles Hair Salon
I have been going to Paula for years! She's reliable, and loves what she does. If you are struggling with hairloss, or are just wanting healthier hair visit her!
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By: Nicki R.
Ghent Family Medicine
I am young and on disability the doctor I saw today never once reviewed my chart yet alone look at it but 1 time. Strike 1 as I'm telling him about a brand of medication I'm taking for diabetes and it's a tier 4 and I have to pay $155 a month. Insulting me and asking me how I know this. I told him the pharmacy my insurance and my insurance medication book. He asked me who reads you the information in the book? Strike 2: I had to have my dmv handicap plaque renewed. He asked why and I told him mine was about to expire and this health condition and how it affects my ability walking. He asked 4 times. Read my chart look at my medications look at my diagnosis. I didn't have this issue last time. Untop of his ma and the front office staff said if I bring it to my visit it's no charge and he would complete it for me while I was being seen. So now I have to go pick it up and they better not charge me. I had to tell him when my last hemoglobin a1c was and I'm past due. Because I asked for a hard copy script next time I come in I have to tell him what pharmacy he will send all my refills to. I explained to him my reasonings some medications are cheaper at one place and expensive at another. Still needed 1 pharmacy. Doesn't ask me my allergies tells me your allergic to Tylenol right. When I'm not. I had to remind him after talking to him about a having a tsh lab drawn. And ignore health concerns. I shouldn't have to repeat my medical history to someone in a office that's been treating me for 8 years every time. After today's visit I will not be returning again.
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By: Darden J.
Quisqueya Dominican Beauty Salons
Came in this morning. Everything was fine. Till I showed the owner my own hair dye and asked her can she put it in my hair. She said yes she can but there's a charge which I expected. So she washing my hair when I asked her this. So after a few mins she asked me if I was using a cc or cash. I said card now this lady going to ask me. Once she fininsh putting my rinse in can I go get cash her cc machine down. Why as a business owner wouldn't you have that posted on the door. Who carries cash anymore... I felt like she just told me that. Then they doing deep conditions without asking. I been here before and I know the routine ma'am. Won't be back.
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By: Glorimal A.
Dominican New York Hair Salon
Great I love it! Is the best place to do my hair I guarantee it, I love my hair now I will come back in 2 weeks.
By: Terri W.
Glamour Dominican Hair Creations
This place is a trip!! I don't know why the owner doesn't just close this place DOWN. They will have a "closed" sign up or a "we'll be back" sign on the door on a regularly scheduled day in a minute! and will go out while you're under the dryer and no one will touch you in the meantime or tell you anything...they definitely don't have enough "good" stylists for the number of customers. On the up side they can do hair pretty decent but its getting to that point is stressful there. Just this past Monday after work I stopped through because that's their "discount" day...I pull up a "sorry we're closed" sign on door. Another normally open Saturday I show sign on the door so I sat thinking they were opening late...finally I looked in their dark window & peered in ALL OF THE CHAIRS was pushed to the middle of the shop floor.Later they said they had painted ok well why theirs no sign so people could choose to go elsewhere immediately. Theyre closer than others is the only reason I go
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By: Stacey J.
Quisqueya Dominican Beauty Salons
Been coming to this place for 5+ yrs. And I have never been disappointed but I have watched the customer base increase and the prices go up. Lol! And they don't cut my hair. I do that elsewhere but they know how to condition the hell out ta some hair!
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By: Noel A.
Elegante Beauty Center Unisex
Let me start off by saying that I am a very easy customer to please. But today was the last straw, for one that place is infested with roaches. Like to the point were I was afraid to sit down. Second issue they are very rude, and have disgusting attitudes. The two ladies were arguing about if my hair was considered natural or not because I've had a texturizer before and ended up charging me 45$ even though they did a roll set on my hair. While the woman was doing my hair she kept making comments like "oh Mami very nappy" and comments like "Mami you need a perm". After I was completely done getting my hair done, the woman made a comment saying that my hair was very dry. But that's only because she shampooed my hair 3 times, left the conditioner in for 2 seconds, and blow dried my hair without any heat protectant. My hair felt bone dry leaving that salon. I basically paid 45$ for these women to talk crap about my hair, and for them to fry my hair. I will never bless them with my service ever again.
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By: Manny N.
Quisqueya Dominican Beauty Salons
Best salon in virginia!Specialized in all hair and ethnic backgrounds. A must for ladies that really want natural ways to keep their hair healthy
By: Jada M.
Salon Fringe
Excellent service and a VERY knowledgeable staff. I went in the due my hair for the first time, and didn't know what exactly to expect, but Amanda did an excellent job of listening to me and making suggestions based on what I told her I was looking for. My hair looks great and I love the products that she suggested. I will be returning to her from now on!
By: Naomi S.
Quisqueya Dominican Beauty Salons
I went to this salon to get my ends clipped I came out with a very uneven hair cut!! I'm very familiar with the way my should've been after leaving a Dominican shop and that wasn't it. Don't go, do yourself a favor and find another shop.. p.s the owner did my hair!!
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