Classic Cuts in Plano becomes Namaste Brows following rebranding effort – Community Impact Newspaper

Classic Cuts rebranded in mid-August and is now Namaste Brows. (Rebecca Anderson/Community Impact Newspaper)
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By Olivia Lueckemeyer | 3:00 AM Sep 13, 2021 CDT
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