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Dianna L.
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Report | 2 years ago
They made me feel very pampered.
Ginnie G.
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Report | 2 years ago
There are few, if any, salons of this caliber in downtown Tulsa. This is a nice, little secret that really ought to get out.
Pamela I.
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Report | 2 years ago
nice atmosphere, delightful staff
Debra T.
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Report | 2 years ago
we had appointments, but nothing was started for preparing for us until we walked in. a choice of something besides wine would be nice.
Aimee S.
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Report | 2 years ago
The cosmetologist a are brand new. Not experts. Right out of school. But nice.
Brenda C.
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Report | 2 years ago
Loved my first visit; will definitely be a regular.
Jennifer
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Report | 2 years ago
Had a wonderful time. Might want to take advantage of more people that are attending trade shows at the Civic center to get more business.

From Our Editors

Boston Avenue Salon owner Pamela Fodor uses chemistry and science every day, but after 21 years as a professional cosmetologist and 4 years as a teacher, she has turned science into an art. “If I could do one service all day, every day, it would be women’s cuts and highlighting services. I take pride in hitting the baby-blonde lites every time with no toner,” she says. She honed her skills treating the hair of more than 200 brides and thousands more prom-goers. One client even flew Pamela out to Hawaii to ensure she was on-hand to style hair on the wedding day.

Pamela pairs her services with those of her staff, who invite clients to sip on complimentary coffee, tea, water, beer, or wine while enjoying a bit of well-earned beautifying and pampering. The decor echoes the duo’s classic sense of style with a combination of black and white elements accented by glass furnishings. The walls sport images of equally classic beauty, such as Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, and the Rat Pack, a bunch of rats who accidentally tied themselves together by the tail and wound up resembling Cary Grant’s profile.

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