Good Salons in Charleston??
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keysma

Charleston, WV

#42 Aug 10, 2013
[QUOTE who="uhm.."]LoL. So, ya think anyone who works at Syrra started a thread yet? Can you say "transparent"?[/QUOT E]
Jealous much.
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mecca

United States

#44 Aug 10, 2013
[QUOTE who="uhm.."]<quot ed text>
No. I work at Visions.
What's there to be jealous of?
Parking in Kanawha City?
Then yes.
[/QUOTE]

queer.
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I agree

Charleston, WV

#48 Aug 21, 2013
I agree with Syrrah Salon. I moved here a couple years ago and have been to just about every salon in Charleston - the closest I've come to being happy is Meaghan at Syrrah - I left because it was a little pricey at first, but after trying several more salons, I'm back. For good. Hope all of this helps!
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Dr Wife

Charleston, WV

#51 Mar 5, 2015
I started going to Tim at RetroShades Salon and Tanning n South Charleston. Best color I have ever had. He is great at cutting too!!
needing a hair cut

Charleston, WV

#52 Mar 5, 2015
Retro Shades in south hills is wonderful!
Dr Wife

Charleston, WV

#53 Mar 6, 2015
needing a hair cut wrote:
Retro Shades in south hills is wonderful!
Actually, RetroShades is in South Charleston, on 7th Ave, behind Joe Holland.
Josh Holbert

Charleston, WV

#54 Jun 25, 2015
Multiple salons around. Dozens. I am not sure who is the "best" because that is a preference. However, it sounds to me as if a bandwagon of employees or friends jumped on this subject.
The governor of WV

Saint Albans, WV

#55 Jun 27, 2015
Find a place where the men act like women, those are just the best!
Bella

Hockessin, DE

#56 Sep 8, 2016
Cool wrote:
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I would much rather wait for a good stylist. I don't trust people that are available in a week.
Looking for a great super short cut with highlights
Bella

Hockessin, DE

#57 Sep 8, 2016
Bella wrote:
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Looking for a great super short cut with highlights
Need it done quick going on vac sat
tysm

Alum Creek, WV

#58 Sep 14, 2016
Bella wrote:
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Need it done quick going on vac sat
I need a good place
Tom Clark

Charleston, WV

#59 Sep 14, 2016
The Broadway. I'm banned from there
santa

Mount Hope, WV

#60 Sep 14, 2016
ey'd never seen anything like it elsewhere in our solar system, and they couldn't wait to get the story behind it.

Over the past year, after analyzing the images and other data that New Horizons has sent back from its historic July 2015 flight through the Pluto system, the scientists think they've solved the mystery. As they detail this week in the international scientific journal Nature, Charon's polar coloring comes from Pluto itself -- as methane gas that escapes from Pluto's atmosphere and becomes "trapped" by the moon's gravity and freezes to the cold, icy surface at Charon's pole. This is followed by chemical processing by ultraviolet light from the sun that transforms the methane into heavier hydrocarbons and eventually into reddish organic materials called tholins.

"Who would have thought that Pluto is a graffiti artist, spray-painting its companion with a reddish stain that covers an area the size of New Mexico?" asked Will Grundy, a New Horizons co-investigator from Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, and lead author of the paper. "Every time we explore, we find surprises. Nature is amazingly inventive in using the basic laws of physics and chemistry to create spectacular landscapes."

The team combined analyses from detailed Charon images obtained by New Horizons with computer models of how ice evolves on Charon's poles. Mission scientists had previously speculated that methane from Pluto's atmosphere was trapped in Charon's north pole and slowly converted into the reddish material, but had no models to support that theory.

The New Horizons team dug into the data to determine whether conditions on the Texas-sized moon (with a diameter of 753 miles or 1,212 kilometers) could allow the capture and processing of methane gas. The models using Pluto and Charon's 248-year orbit around the sun show some extreme weather at Charon's poles, where 100 years of continuous sunlight alternate with another century of continuous darkness. Surface temperatures during these long winters dip to -430 Fahrenheit (-257 Celsius), cold enough to freeze methane gas into a solid.

"The methane molecules bounce around on Charon's surface until they either escape back into space or land on the cold pole, where they freeze solid, forming a thin coating of methane ice that lasts until sunlight comes back in the spring," Grundy said. But while the methane ice quickly sublimates away, the heavier hydrocarbons created from it remain on the surface.

The models also suggested that in Charon's springtime the returning sunlight triggers conversion of the frozen methane back into gas. But while the methane ice quickly sublimates away, the heavier hydrocarbons created from this evaporative process remain on the surface.

Sunlight further irradiates those leftovers into reddish material -- called tholins -- that has slowly accumulated on Charon's poles over millions of years. New Horizons' observations of Charon's other pole, currently in winter darkness -- and seen by New Horizons only by light refl
santa

Mount Hope, WV

#61 Sep 14, 2016
ey'd never seen anything like it elsewhere in our solar system, and they couldn't wait to get the story behind it.

Over the past year, after analyzing the images and other data that New Horizons has sent back from its historic July 2015 flight through the Pluto system, the scientists think they've solved the mystery. As they detail this week in the international scientific journal Nature, Charon's polar coloring comes from Pluto itself -- as methane gas that escapes from Pluto's atmosphere and becomes "trapped" by the moon's gravity and freezes to the cold, icy surface at Charon's pole. This is followed by chemical processing by ultraviolet light from the sun that transforms the methane into heavier hydrocarbons and eventually into reddish organic materials called tholins.

"Who would have thought that Pluto is a graffiti artist, spray-painting its companion with a reddish stain that covers an area the size of New Mexico?" asked Will Grundy, a New Horizons co-investigator from Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, and lead author of the paper. "Every time we explore, we find surprises. Nature is amazingly inventive in using the basic laws of physics and chemistry to create spectacular landscapes."

The team combined analyses from detailed Charon images obtained by New Horizons with computer models of how ice evolves on Charon's poles. Mission scientists had previously speculated that methane from Pluto's atmosphere was trapped in Charon's north pole and slowly converted into the reddish material, but had no models to support that theory.

The New Horizons team dug into the data to determine whether conditions on the Texas-sized moon (with a diameter of 753 miles or 1,212 kilometers) could allow the capture and processing of methane gas. The models using Pluto and Charon's 248-year orbit around the sun show some extreme weather at Charon's poles, where 100 years of continuous sunlight alternate with another century of continuous darkness. Surface temperatures during these long winters dip to -430 Fahrenheit (-257 Celsius), cold enough to freeze methane gas into a solid.

"The methane molecules bounce around on Charon's surface until they either escape back into space or land on the cold pole, where they freeze solid, forming a thin coating of methane ice that lasts until sunlight comes back in the spring," Grundy said. But while the methane ice quickly sublimates away, the heavier hydrocarbons created from it remain on the surface.

The models also suggested that in Charon's springtime the returning sunlight triggers conversion of the frozen methane back into gas. But while the methane ice quickly sublimates away, the heavier hydrocarbons created from this evaporative process remain on the surface.
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Loyal customer

Charleston, WV

#62 Sep 16, 2016
Head hunters off the mink shoals exit. They're affordable and do exactly what you ask.
love my stylist

Montgomery, WV

#63 Sep 23, 2016
My Mother & I absolutely adore Josie Boytec at Hair We Are out Ashton Place. She listens to you, does fantastic cut & color. Their prices are competitive. She has a Facebook page, I believe it's called Hair Transformations by Josie. She truly does incredible work!

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