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By: Andrea R.
Fantasia Hair Design
I got my hair done here and the service was great. Just what I wanted and I love the results I totally recommended Gina was great! Thank you for the great service and I'll be back for my retouch! Price was fair
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By: Corey A.
The Art of Cuts Barber Shop
Unprofessional, no concept of time management and overall bad service. I live 300ft away and would never go back.
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By: Gale F.
Have had my hair cut by Ana and totally impressed. First time someone was able to cut my hair in a way that the curl was most evident. I intend to continue to go here.
By: Frank M.
Fantasy Nail
I have very little to visit this place and attention is very good, the girls are very friendly, the work is very profecional, I am very happy, I recommend more those men who like to look good and healthy.
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By: Alexis T.
Victory Cut
Wait time: 30 minHairstylists effecienty is mediocre because they would gossip. One worker was on the phone and not doing work even though a customer was waiting. My hairstylist asked if I wanted my hair blow-dried for an extra $10 (the haircut was $25). If you want a mediocre salon, here it is.
By: Enriko S.
Clover Medical Inc
The physician who treated me was incompetent - that is, she did not know the difference between inflammation of the inner and middle ear. She wanted to check abnormalities in my heart by taking Chest X-ray, although had already obtained Electrocardiogram. Do not go to that clinic: The staff are extortionist and swindlers.
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By: Karen H.
Beauty Touch By Liana
Liana did an amazing job! The hair cut was exactly what I had in mind. The beautiful salon and friendly atmosphere was an added plus. I will go back again and again.
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By: Chrissy B.
Amazing Hair & Nailspa
Do NOT go here!!! I went here one time and will never go back. The guy (who is apparently the manager) did my pedicure and put lotion on my shins and rubbed the top of my foot for literally 1 min a massage. I asked what that was about and expressed I wasn't satisfied and pretty much got ignored until I was told "it's $15pedicure what more do you want" I mentioned repeatedly that he didn't even put lotion on the bottom of my foot and guess what...STILL never put it on. Woman next to me was getting the same pedicure (I asked) and was getting lotion and a massage for a few minutes but I was told it's because she's a returning customer...are u kidding me?! So a new customer gets nothing? Never again...And apparently (look at picture) this is what they think "rounded so it doesn't pike my skin" means
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By: Sara J.
Art Of Hair
My name is Sara#1Good job, very patient, very nice and neat. and do the rebonding very professional.
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By: Debbie T.
Beauty Touch By Liana
Such a beautiful salon. Really great staff made us feel so comfortable and welcome. Will definitely come here again. They really do an amazing job. Completely recommend it. Roxy was amazing, she did a wonderful hair style.
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