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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Salon spin-off is milder than the original but still catty.

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age 18+

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age 18+

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The show details the real-life antics ofa high end salon, however, there may be some moments when conversations among cast members are for adult ears only.

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While milder than its sister-series, Chicagolicious features all the antics that one comes to expect from beauty-salon themed reality series, including behind-the-scenes gossip and bickering between team members. But despite being as equally voyeuristic as the original, this salon and its team come across as more fashion-forward and sophisticated.

Its eclectic cast of characters make for some mildly entertaining moments, but a lot of the interaction between the staff feels scripted. Meanwhile, outside of the occasional ball player, few nationally well-known celebrities actually appear on the show. It's fun if you like this sort of thing, but overall all, this show offers more style than substance.

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