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My stylist Julie Parquette, was not only prompt for our appointment, but early! She was wonderfully warm, and professional, and really listened to exactly how I wanted the end result of our session to look, and went above and beyond to make sure I was leaving with the exact look that I wanted; the color of the high-lites is exquisite. She also styled my hair with a certain product, which I then wa...
DESCRIPTION OF WORK A short haircut (of higher difficulty than average) and foiled high-lites.