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By: Chris F.
Tequila Spice
Great the first time got food poisoning on my next visit will never return
By: Joel M.
Cost Cutters
I have been having my hair cut at Cost cutters for years! Jessica the manager always very helpful, kind , and has excellent customer service . Judy and Cindy always great as are the entire staff. Highly recommend there services . Joel sevierville
By: Laura P.
True Fame Hair Design
Today was the best salon experience I've had in over 15 years.Matt is AMAZING and truly talented. He is totally worth the wait and the only person that I'll let touch my hair now.
By: Teri N.
Cost Cutters
Cindy at this Salon is great.... Always friendly and Smiling. Thank you Cindy for my New Awesome Haircut.
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By: Sami B.
Cost Cutters
Just awful.. I've never had a good experience here. No idea why I've tried so many times. Expensive and horrible.
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By: Karena T.
Cost Cutters
I went to this salon TWICE on two different years the first visit was okay but displeasing first of all i requested for black amd blomde hair and they refused because my hair was a yellow color from bleaching (wasnt damaged though) because they said "oh im sorry but yellow will not lift off of the hair" so they insisted on doing red. The second visit My hair was a dark brown amd i requested blonde again. They had me stand in the middle of the salon with 5 or so customers getting their hair done and and passed me back amd fourth saying how my brown hair couldnt be dyed at all. Which was so embarrassing with them poking and pulling at my hair and all the customers staring I was almost in tears and they said "we can do highlights but it wont show up in your hair." I immediately left knowing they just didnt wanna do my hair. Even tho they claim tjis one of the enployees had white blonde hair with jet black roots poking through....this place is absolutely horrible and all the workers are bitchy. I wouldnt recommend this place to anyone with a brain!
By: Michelle M.
For a $10 coupon she went way beyond the call of duty,spent plenty of extra time on me and sincerely cared about pleasing me! She rocks! I also really love my style cut.
By: Jordan H.
True Fame Hair Design
if u want a alternative salon this is the place to be. matt grade is amazingly talented. if u want your hair to be the best you must see the best and that is matt, owner of true fame
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By: havetolivehere
True Fame Hair Design
Your search for a great stylist will end here. Matt is the best in town by far. He is truly creative. If you've had your hair screwed up and need it fixed,Matt is who to see. Tired of the old you,Matt is who to see. Give him a try, you won't be disappointed.
By: detroitareasfinest5
True Fame Hair Design
By far the best stylist is the area.....
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