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By: daddyblue1970
Bruzzese Law Offices
He's a good attorney in a fair person in all honesty he'll have your back 100% and also have a great personality!!!!
By: Tina H.
Endless Summer
I was at Endless Summer salon last week and I had a horrible experience. Nicole, the owner highlighted my hair and it looked terrible! First of all, she was super rough with my hair and pulled it really hard when she put the foils in. I have had highlights for years and they never hurt me when doing this. Then the foils were falling out and the color bled. I asked for wheat colored blond highlights and it came out golden orange! I was not happy with the results and she refused to redo my hair. Many salons will redo your hair until you are satisfied. She have me an attitude and did not even want her assistant to finish blow drying my hair. She was unprofessional, rude and had horrible customer service. I think she needs to get a new profession and I would advice you never to go to this salon!
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By: Amanda C.
Hair Unlimited
Seriously AS LONG AS "Mary" (the owner) ISNT doing your hair you should be fine!!But if she IS- then expect THE EXACT OPPOSITE of what you wanted, she does not care how YOU want YOUR hair to be cuz she will do what she wants and it WILL LOOK HORRIBLE!
By: Gweniegoo S.
Things We Grow Hair Salon
I love the prices first of all!! I love that even though the prices are low the quality is great... I don't have a single complaint. I've had crazy hair requests and I've never been disapointed... The stylists are fun and have no judgements...and in their salon ur the boss...its all about what u want!! Great salon!!!
By: Billie J.
Oscar's Salon
Very friendly staff great cut
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By: Anita C.
Legal Hair and Day Spa
legal is no doubt pricy but I've never left there dissatisfied. I've searched years to find somebody who cut my hair the way I wanted it and ive been a returning client ever since. the prices definatly affect how often I return but I've never been treated poorly.
By: chelsea.clark.7543
Children's Academy
Me and my 4 year old daughter went to a party this weekend there and it was such a great time!!! The owners were involved and helped the little ones get up on the bounce houses if they needed help. I'm planing for my daughters party there now :)
By: terry.d.spencer.3
Mary F Corabi Atty
If you have all the time in the world and never need to speak to your lawyer then use this, otherwise find someone else.
By: severe.lites
Hair Unlimited
AMAZIN hate the owner but love JONATHAN RENFORTH
By: severe.lites
Legal Hair and Day Spa
it waqs over priced and i was judged when i went in there to get a massage the stylist were cunning and extremely rude i wouldnt reccomend kegal to anyone
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