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What is a listing for a black hair salon in Westland?

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As of August 2014, Westland does not have listings for black hair salons. Several black hair salons are located nearby in Detroit, Mich., including Everette's Natural Hair and Beauty School, and Prela's House of Beauty.

To find the closest salon to Westland, use the Urban Salon Finder, and enter the zip codes for Westland, 48185 or 48186. When you set the search distance from the zip code, the search will return dozens of listings for black hair salons depending on the distance set. For example, a distance of 5 miles from 48185 will list two salons, and a distance of 10 miles will list seven additional salons.

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