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By: Judith A.
Uzori Salon
Now Victoria Bella Salon. Had a very bad experience with their waxing, regardless of informing them of sensitive skin issues. When telling the owner that my skin had broken out days after and had led to infected pores, was given a sorry with no resolution. Was informed recently that Victoria Bella Salon does not have proper licensing and would highly recommend people away from having anything done here, they are not professional.
By: Kirk M.
Cadillac Ranch
Had a Reuben melt. The meat tasted rancid. It looked more like ham . The server was less than accommodating . I will not be returning . I wish that chain restaurants would put more resources into the food than the decor.
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By: Jolynn S.
Pixie Hair & Nail Salon
Always great color, cut, and style! Always great service! I never will go anywhere else. They moved locations and I travel the extra distance just to get the same great service they have always provided!
By: April J.
I recently made an appointment with this salon and was asked "What type of hair do you have?" (I'm assuming she could tell I was black from my voice ) When I answered she said "We don't really do Ethnic hair anymore" That is discrimination! I was refused service because of my hair type . That is just so very ignorant! She was very rude !! I called Cardamone's hair salon who have no problem doing my "Ethnic hair" and were very kind and welcoming .
By: Michelle P.
horrible experience first Italian dressing is balsalmic vingerat 2 different elements, 2nd there salsa have a very hot element added not good for kids no notification from server not kid friendly come on its salsa not flaming hot 3 med steak means dripping bloody like wow!!! service was horrable even with 2 people as there training one , training them to disappear !!!!! could not even get a glass of water had to have host get me water and a togo box like really >>>>>
By: Unique T.
Queens Hair Studio
The atmosphere at this salon is very relaxing, and peaceful. This judge free salon is located on the business circle of swissvale so theirs plenty of parking spaces available. Queens studio exceed my expectations everytime I leave. Must I add he owner always make sure the clients are satisfied, happy and able to maintain the style at home. However I have to disagree with the first review . From my experience for one year and a half of being a clients their time and managements skills are better then most salons and their customer service skills are genuine and you can tell they really love what they do. The owner Tia and her vision for the salon will make a women Dream again and feel like they belong to the world and make us feel free and Sexy! I love it
By: Shannon P.
Sinful Sweets Chocolate Company
Called Thursday for a Saturday Order when I picked them up saturday the girl seemed confused she said she found them so I gave her the group on got my nephews a cookie and a cupcake then left. When I got back to my hotel room and opened my truffles I only had 8 of the 15 I paid for. They were really messy and poorly packaged. The chocolate was very low quality not what you expect from high quality truffles.
By: Vicki C.
Philip Pelusi Hair Salon
Five stars for my stylist, but that's all! Staff is phony, atmosphere is stuffy and they are extremely annoying. Incessant emails and pressure to come back and buy products. Not going to happen.
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By: Nettie P.
Queens Hair Studio
The owner does beautiful sew-ins and quick weaves but braid styles are not their expertise. I went to get box braids, which were not done correctly and started to fall out within a week. They are very unprofessional with time management and customer service.
By: Zack C.
Bob's Diner
We had went there for breakfast and it was wonderful. Very cheap and great coffee. Very friendly people
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