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Reese Witherspoon Visits Neil George Salon

Reese Witherspoon was spotted by the papparrazzi on July 7th leaving the famous Neil George Salon (co-owned by Neil Weisberg and Amanda George) located at 9320 Civic Center Drive, Beverly Hills, California.

Many other celebrities have been spotted outside of the celebrity hair hotspot.  Included in the Neil George sightings over the years include Heidi Klum, Liv Tyler, Melanie Griffith, Renee Zellweger, Julia Roberts, Michelle Pfeiffer,  Nicole Kidman, Kate Hudson, Cameron Diaz, Rose McGowen, Dennis Quaid,  Rebecca Romijn, Lindsay Lohan, Courteney Cox, Hilary Swank, Ryan Phillipe, Ryan Reynolds, Kirsten Dunst and Mary Kate Olsen.

Neil George has a major buzz.  Known for their cool British vibe complete with tea, the salon is quaint but super chic.

Known for brilliant highlights (starting at $150) and fantastic color.  The salon offers state of the art wireless Internet connections.

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