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Centennial Hair Salons
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HCX Hair Color Experts is a beauty salon serving Centennial, Colorado and surrounding areas conveniently
located in Centennial across from Park Meadows Mall.
Our Mission is to give each and every client the highest
level of style, sensibility and sophistication, offering complete customer service with every salon visit. A full service
hair salon nestled in an elegant, eco-friendly environment, the Haircolorxperts of Park Meadows is one of Colorado's biggest
Our team of well trained and highly educated stylists are brought together in one setting to offer you the latest
in cutting edge techniques. Specializing in; precision cuts, single process color highlights, dimensional haircolor, facial
waxing and sophisticated updo's.
Our Stylists take a creative energetic edge to every application. Setting Haircolorxperts
apart from the rest!
About Centennial, CO
The city of Centennial is a Home Rule City located in Arapahoe County, Colorado, United
States, and part of the Denver-Aurora metropolitan area. The city was to have a total population of 100,377 in 2010 census.
Centennial is the tenth-most populous municipality in the state of Colorado and its 2001 incorporation was the largest in
U.S. history. Centennial is ranked as the 15th safest city in the country.
Centennial was formed February 7, 2001, from
portions of unincorporated Arapahoe County, including the former Castlewood and Southglenn census-designated places (CDPs).
The citizens of the area had voted to incorporate on September 12, 2000, choosing Centennial as the official name during the
vote. The name reflects Colorado’s admission to the Union as the 38th state in 1876, the centennial year of the United
States Declaration of Independence. Incorporation was approved by 77% of the voters, and the population of the area at over
100,000 made it the largest incorporation in U.S. history as of its creation. The city was incorporated in large part to prevent
further annexations by the city of Greenwood Village in the I-25 corridor to improve its tax base. The taxes generated from
businesses in the unincorporated portions of Arapahoe County funded the majority of the county's services, including road
work. There were a number of court cases establishing the right of incorporation to take precedence over the right of annexation.
The city was incorporated on a promise to keep city taxes at 1% (one of the campaigns against incorporation
appealed to maintain the 3.8% sales tax of the unincorporated county). According to the City of Centennial website, the current
sales tax rate is two and one-half times this rate, at 2.5%.
As it is new, many people in the Denver-Aurora
metropolitan area do not recognize the area by the name Centennial, especially since the "default" city names for
the ZIP codes within which Centennial is located are assigned to Aurora, Englewood and Littleton. Thus, mailing addresses
that are actually in Centennial often have Aurora, Englewood or Littleton as the city name. This causes considerable confusion,
as Centennial and Englewood do not even share a boundary, while some portions of Centennial are surrounded by Aurora and vice