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Atelier della Bellezza Extension Capelli

3 Viale Vittorio Emanuele II, Pavia 27100, Lombardia, Provincia di Pavia, Italy

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Allungamento capelli con extension veri ad effetto natulare EXTENSION CAPELLI VERI A PAVIA PREVENTIVO EXTENSION CAPELLI Ti invitiamo per un breve colloquio nel nostro salone di Pavia. Durante l'incontro dovremo definire le tue neccessità per l'extension dei capelli e l'effetto che vorresti raggiungere. In breve defineremo un preventivo chiaro e trasparente, il tutto accompagnato da un caffe o il tè. Un passaggio importante per un servizio migliore di extension capelli CONTROLLO EXTENSION CAPELLI Fase più importante e delicata. Controllo di compatibilità delle ciocche per le extension dei capelli. Controllo compatibilita' extension capelli FISSAGGIO EXTENSION CAPELLI Segue, il fissaggio delle ciocche di capelli veri per raggiungere l'effetto di allungamento e/o infoltitura desiderato. Il servizio di fissaggio extension capelli
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Hairdressers
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Service Provider
Establishment year:
2015
Employees:
5
3 Viale Vittorio Emanuele II, Pavia 27100, Lombardia, Provincia di Pavia, Italy

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President Abraham Lincoln Insisted That Construction On The United States Capitol Dome Continue During The American Civil War; 1861

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