I went in this salon for a manicure. While the prices were fine and the staff friendly, this place is filthy. The floor beside me was covered in dust and dirt (the sort you could tell had been there for ages) and the woman doing my manicure had a bad-looking infection on her middle finger. The tools they used on me came from a plastic bag, and I did not get the impression they'd be properly sanitized (I saw NO cleaner in the entire place). The manicure itself was fine, but I'd never go here again.
Posted: 2/17/2009 • Last edited: 4/27/2010 • Link to this review
Update: I'm lowering my previous rating. This location is now under new management and EVERY good nail tech has left. I'm looking for a new place to go now. I've been going to this location for a while now and I always get an excellent pedicure (wish I could say the same about my manicure). Here's the trick for getting the best service. 1. STAY AWAY FROM THE MEN... they never do a good job. 2. Ask for Crystal, she's the best and the busiest so if you can't get her, look at the names on the sign in sheet and pick someone that has been request a lot. That's a good sign that they're good. Do not go to any random person. 3. This salon is one of the few that will still use the razor on your pedicure. Don't allow them to use it. Instead, get the callus (sp?) remover it cost $5 more but it does the trick and is better for you're skin. Spa Mani and Pedi cost $35 (including the extra $5 for the callus remover).
Posted: 8/04/2008 • Last edited: 7/14/2009 • Link to this review
This place is popular on weekends, but they always seem to have plenty of staff and chairs so there's little waiting. They're quick and usually painless, but it's not terribly relaxing on weekends due to constant traffic. I have trouble keeping polish on my fingers, so I usually just have them do a pedicure. Usually around $30 for a mani/pedi though.
Posted: 7/07/2008 • Link to this review