The price that they charge you and the prices they have listed on the wall are rarely the same. I keep going back because it's close to the house but they continually try to rip me off -- so be CAREFUL! Ask how much something costs BEFORE you get it done so there's no question at the end. Or just avoid all together!
Posted: 7/28/2010 • Link to this review
I tried this place on a whim and wasn't super impressed. They have a lot of chairs and sat me quickly but because they were so busy I was left waiting for at least 20 minutes once in the chair. They tried to work quickly because so many people were waiting which resulted in a shorter massage than I'd like. The pedicure did last a decent amount of time. This place works in a pinch but I'll likely go back to my regular place from now on.
Posted: 6/27/2009 • Link to this review
I tried this place today because it's closer to my house but I should've drove past and kept going to my favorite nail salon, Angel Nails, instead. My main complaint would be that they barely massaged my feet or hands, which is my favorite part of getting a spa mani/pedi. Second, the guy barely used pressure when using the pumice stone on my feet so I'm going to have to do it again myself. Third, they cut my toe nails too short and didn't even ask how much I wanted to be cut. Maybe I'm just spoiled but for the money, Angel Nails on Piedmont is the BEST! Their spa mani/pedi is $3 less than this place and they spend so much more time pampering you, even giving you a short shoulder massage! So if you just want your nails done with no pampering then maybe this is the place for you, if not then don't bother!
Posted: 12/01/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review